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Governor Chris Christie's Surprise Gastric Bypass Has Americans Talking about Health: What Are Less Drastic Ways to Stay Lean and Prevent Cardio Risks?
Date:5/10/2013

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    Many of us want to seriously slim down – to the tune of 30 plus pounds. That's essential for anyone seriously overweight, but even a reduction of 10 pounds can decrease cholesterol levels, blood pressure, the risk of heart attack, and even reduce the need for some medications. Simple aerobic exercises – such as taking the stairs, going for a five minute walk around the block, or standing up during commercial breaks or while waiting at a doctor's office (which can burn 32 percent more calories than sitting) – are a good place to start. 
  • Snack wisely
    Healthy snacking is acceptable because it decreases extreme hunger and the urge to overeat large meals – but these "snacks" should consist of real food.  A slice of turkey wrapped around asparagus or a hard-boiled egg are great choices.  Air popped popcorn is a "portable" snack alternate.
  • Know your Heart Health 411
    Make a commitment to assessing your personal heart health.  Determine if you are at risk for cardiovascular disease through a lab work-up and evaluation that includes your cholesterol information and blood pressure reading. Dig into your family's past to determine if there is a history of heart disease and talk with your doctor about what that means. Evaluate your alcohol consumption – and, most importantly, quit smoking.
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