Keep Your Heart Healthy at the Office

Keep Your Heart Healthy at the Office

Posts by Andy Lavelle By
February 9, 2018

What you eat, how much you move, and how you manage life’s little (and big) stressors all contribute to your overall heart health. Stress in the workplace can bump up high blood pressure and urge us to reach for unhealthy snacks or skip workouts—all of which can lead to heart disease. Roughly 92.1 million American adults live with some form of cardiovascular disease or the after-effects of stroke. While that figure is grim, there are plenty of ways you can protect your heart and keep it happy and healthy for years to come. Snacking on nutrient-dense foods such as berries, avocados, oatmeal, and dark chocolate, can help you cover all your vitamin and mineral bases and safeguard your heart. To keep your heart healthy for the long haul, exercise plays a very important role, too. During heart health month, we’re here to help with tips to stay healthy at the office and at home.

Keep Your Heart Healthy at the Office

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