You’ll be able to eat healthy foods just, but when you smoke a lot and aren’t physically active, you are less inclined to have congestive heart failure, Dr. Clyde W. Yancy, Chief of Cardiology at the Department of Medicine at Northwestern University, says.

An improved diet should be a part of a comprehensive healthy routine which includes more exercise and, above all, portion control, Dr. Yancy states. It is not just in what we eat but also about the way we eat up calories, he adds. Moderation has successfully proven to be key to victory.

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