Hi all A quick question I know heart disease is strong in my family anyway and both my parents have heart issues but I was wondering are there any possibilities that these issues can be skipped in certain generations or is it inevetible that I will get it when im older - I think I will be in line to get it but maybe im wrong. Thanks
It may be partly genetic, but partly family dietary habits.
I shared my propensities for snacks of cheese and crackers, like my Dad, more than my siblings. And ice cream, and peanut butter.
No one else among my siblings has severe heart disease except me.
Improve your diet, don't smoke, try to be mellow and non-stressed, get an hour of exercise almost every day.
Eats a lot more fruits and veggies. low amount of meats, no visible animal fat or skin.
Thanks for query,
It is not always that you may get.
Control diet,sugar and weight.
Go regular checking of blood pressure.
Avoid fried,junk food.
Do regular exercise like running,swimming,jogging.
Now see how heart disease comes even near bye you !
ok and bye.
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