Cut out meat once a week
Catholics don’t eat meat on Fridays. You don’t have to be a Catholic to do the same. Cutting out meat once a week can trim your saturated fat intake by 15%. However, if you eat Brie cheese, or any other high-saturate-fat foods, you won’t not eating meat won’t give you any benefits.
Take your pulse`
In a study of more than 129,000 women, those with the highest resting heart rates (over 80 beats per minute) were 33 percent more likely to suffer a heart attack in the next seven years. Measure your pulse after sitting for five minutes.
Go nuts over walnuts
In just four weeks, a daily serving of 1.5 ounces, or about 10 whole nuts, can reduce LDL cholesterol by 9.3 %.
The more gum-disease-causing bacteria in your mouth, the higher your risk of hearth atack. Your heart would also like you to brush regularly.