A healthy lifestyle = 25% less chance of dying from heart disease

Talk about big picture.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently estimated that if everyone didn’t smoke, ate a healthy diet, exercised regularly, achieved a healthy weight, and got regular checkups so they could control risk factors such as high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol levels, then death from heart disease would fall by 25 percent. 
That’s 200,000 lives saved – each year.

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