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Small changes to help your heart

Jun. 5, 2013
 
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Sleep 8. Quality sleep is good for your heart. It can be a challenge to make time for good sleep, but itís important. For two weeks try to get eight hours of good, quality sleep each night. Yes, each personís sleep needs vary slightly, but eight is a good number to shoot for.

Eat 5. Eat five servings of fruit and vegetables a day to boost your heart health. Start by eating breakfast and including at least one serving of fruit or vegetable.

Move 10. Add at least 10 minutes of moderately intense physical activity to what you do every day. Sure, government recommendations call for 30 minutes or more, but the bottom line is even 10 minutes makes a difference

Source: Mayo Clinic Healthy Heart Plan quick start

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