Follow a Heart-Healthy Diet and Exercise Routine This Winter

Dont let the holidays and cold weather get you too far off your regular eating and exercise routines. But if it happens, a healthy new year awaits.

If you routinely pack on a few pounds every winter and slip into some bad eating and exercise habits, youre certainly not alone. But letting things get too out of hand can put your heart at risk. High-sodium foods can raise your blood pressure. Weight gain can also increase your blood pressure and increase your risk of developing diabetes. And developing bad eating and exercise habits now can carry over into the new year if youre not careful.
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