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    The Secret to Fighting Heart Disease Revealed by Experts

    THE secret to fighting heart disease was revealed by experts last night. Continue reading for breaking news.





    HOW TO STOP HEART DISEASE

    THE secret to fighting heart disease was revealed by experts last night.

    Just a handful of lifestyle changes could save tens of thousands of lives a year.

    Taking more exercise, eating more fruit and vegetables, reducing alcohol intake and slashing the amount of saturated fat in our diet could drastically reduce the toll of Britain’s biggest killer and save the NHS up to £3billion a year.

    The healthy living plan, devised by charity HEART UK, could slash the amount of bad cholesterol in the blood by up to a third. Bad cholesterol is a fatty substance that clogs up arteries and can lead to heart attacks and strokes.

    The organisation’s chief executive Jules Payne said: “Two out of three UK adults have unnecessarily high cholesterol levels, which can so easily be reduced.

    “We know people often find diets difficult to stick to but this is more of a general lifestyle plan. It is flexible, easy to follow and can have dramatic results.”

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    That's right! You read it here second folks. We at Bullshido deeply care about all our martial arts friends and even those that wear TapOut too, they are people as well. We don't want any of you going off and dieing because you did not exercise nor eat right. Please take this advice to heart and remember it in your daily meditations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff View Post
    We at Bullshido deeply care about all our martial arts friends and even those that wear TapOut too, they are people as well.
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    That's a matter of opinion....

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    You're absolutely right. As my GP (family doctor) sometime ago. And why I've been running lunch times for the past 3 years :-)

    Struggle with the idea of a Mediterranean diet though...but do take Porridge in the morning for breakkie...
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    I'm with you until the saturated fat. It's not quite that straightforward on that side. http://www.marksdailyapple.com/satur...#axzz27DjRPP5o
    What a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable. -Xenophon's Socrates
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    This is new information?

    Eat healthy and work out often? I feel like I've hard this before somewhere but I can't put my fingr on it...

    http://www.topendsports.com/nutritio...ic-ancient.htm
    As the ancient Olympians came from the upper social strata in Greece, these families could afford to feed on more protein-rich legumes and meats to build muscle and did not have to rely on mostly breads, fruits and vegetables.

    Early records point to a cheese and fruit based diet for the first Olympic athletes, and later on the dietary emphasis shifted to meat.
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    They forgot a few things and I'm not giving up my Vodka so there.
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    They forgot a few things and I'm not giving up my Vodka so there.
    Nor should you. BTW, my "diet" drink of choice is Tequila (doesn't matter what kind, so long as it's 100% Agave) in club soda muddled with lemon. Clean, fresh, relatively low in calories, no gluten and if I only drink these, I simply don't get a hangover.
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    They forgot a few things and I'm not giving up my Vodka so there.
    Just call it "internal bruise medicine" and no one will notice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RWaggs View Post
    Nor should you. BTW, my "diet" drink of choice is Tequila (doesn't matter what kind, so long as it's 100% Agave) in club soda muddled with lemon. Clean, fresh, relatively low in calories, no gluten and if I only drink these, I simply don't get a hangover.
    Yeah, that's actually WHY I do Hapkido, BJJ and Kickboxing, so I CAN drink and still stay in reasonable shape at 50 :)
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    Is it mature cheddar and port? I hope it's mature cheddar and port.

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