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Heart disease risks lowered by five lifestyle modifications during youth
By John Phillip
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(DrEddyClinic News) Cardiovascular disease is the leading killer of adults in all Western cultures. Many people believe their fate has been sealed through the inheritance of 'bad' genes, and no degree of healthy living will have any effect on their risk of an untimely and early demise. More evidence that this thought process could not be more flawed is underscored by the work of researchers at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine as published in the journal Circulation.

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Scientists have found that maintaining a healthy lifestyle from childhood and into your 40's and beyond can have a profound effect on reducing risk of developing cardiovascular disease as you grow older. Consuming a heart-healthy diet, regular physical activity, stress and blood pressure reduction and maintaining a normal body weight combine to dramatically lower heart disease risks compared to hereditary influences.

The lead study author, Dr. Kiang Liu observed "In this study, even people with a family history of heart problems were able to have a low cardiovascular disease risk profile if they started living a healthy lifestyle when they were young." Many people engage in unhealthy and potentially deadly lifestyle activities as they age that increasingly tip the scales toward the early development of heart disease.

Five modifiable risk factors significantly lower heart disease risk

Researchers identified five independent lifestyle factors that directly influence the development of cardiovascular disease later in life. These modifiable factors include maintaining a lean body mass index (BMI), no excess alcohol intake, no smoking, a healthy diet and regular physical activity. Individuals able to modify these risk markers were able to significantly lower heart disease http://www.dreddyclinic.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=131 risk in their middle-aged years and beyond.

The study found that when the study participants were in their mid-twenties (average age of 24), nearly 44 percent had a low cardiovascular disease risk profile. After a period of twenty years, only 24 percent fell into the low risk category. Researchers found that sixty percent of the participants that maintained a lifestyle optimized in all five established risk factors remained in the low risk classification, compared to only five percent that followed none of the healthy lifestyles.

Dr. Liu concluded "Many studies suggest that people who have low cardiovascular risk in middle age will have a better quality of life and will live longer in their older age... there are a lot of benefits to maintaining a low-risk profile." It will come as no surprise to those following healthy lifestyle patterns that small changes early in life can dramatically impact risk of chronic disease http://www.dreddyclinic.com/findinformation/conditionanddisease.php and overall lifespan. This research provides further evidence that children, teenagers and young adults must pay special attention to lifestyle http://dreddyclinic.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=122&t=27055 factors including diet, alcohol and smoking to significantly reduce heart disease risk in later life.

Sources for this article include:
http://www.northwestern.edu/newscenter/stories/2012/03/heart-healthy-lifestyle.html
http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2012-03/nu-hhc030212.php
http://www.sciencenewsline.com/medicine/2012030218230007.html
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/242456.php

About the author:
John Phillip is a Health Researcher and Author who writes regularly on the cutting edge use of diet, lifestyle modifications and targeted supplementation to enhance and improve the quality and length of life. John is the author of 'Your Healthy Weight Loss Plan', a comprehensive EBook explaining how to use Diet, Exercise, Mind and Targeted Supplementation to achieve your weight loss goal. Visit My Optimal Health Resource http://myoptimalhealthresource.blogspot.com/ to continue reading the latest health news updates, and to download your Free 48 page copy of 'Your Healthy Weight Loss Plan'.

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