Obesity or overweight is one of the main causes of heart disease. Not enough, the overweight also holds the position of women champion the cause of death in the United States. But once you are diagnosed as having heart problems, does not mean the verdict is life imprisonment.
"Losing weight will significantly reduce the risk of heart disease," said Iqbal Sohah MD, cardiologist at New York University Hospital, as quoted from Woman's Day.

"Weight loss through diet and exercise program can significantly reduce heart disease risk factors that significantly increase the risk of coronary artery disease and heart attacks," he added.
Weight loss is not only associated with lower blood pressure, but also has been shown in studies to increase metabolism, namely by lowering LDL (low density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol) and increase HDL (high density lipoprotein or good cholesterol) and reduce triglycerides (blood fats).
"Accumulation of cholesterol in the arteries begins at a young age, but if you can repair the cholesterol profile in the future, this will stabilize the embankment cholesterol and lowers the risk of enlargement, as well as road closure or rupture arteries (arteries) that cause heart attacks," he explained.
American Heart Association says you can reduce the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 20 percent, and make sure your heart is in optimum health when undergoing a diet and exercise program
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