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Can healthy eating and regular exercise with out medicines will keep heart diseases away ?

My husband has died of a heart related disease, he was an avid cyclist, ate health and was in everyones opinion the epidimy of good health. He had a previous heart attack in 2000 and had to have angiplasty done, gowever after approximately six months refused to continue meds and thought that healthy eating and regular exercise would keep him alive.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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welcome to healthcaremagic
we can only feel sorry for you at this stage
people read this postings and it can be clearly said that medicines prescribed by doctor after heart attack and angioplasty should be continued life long and be under regular check up to avoid serious complications
along with drugs healthy diets and healthy habits regular exercises are complimentary
Answered: Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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