“An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. By choosing to eat a healthy diet you can prevent cardiovascular disease and associated complications
You do not have to be a performance sportsman to reduce your cardiovascular risk. Physical activity contributes to reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease
Long-term physical activities can lower your blood pressure and help control your weight.
The presence of high levels of cholesterol in the blood is one of the major cardiovascular risk factors and, at the same time, increases the chances of heart disease.
If you are overweight, the place on the body where the excess fat is stored can affect your risk of suffering from heart disease.
Smoking increases twice the risk of myocardial infarction and 10 times the risk of lung cancer!
Glycemia is the blood glucose concentration. Body self-regulation mechanisms keep blood glycemia relatively constant at values of about one gram of glucose per liter.
The normal blood pressure level is about 120mmHg (systolic) and 80mmHg (diastolic).