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The Power Of Simple Life Changes To Prevent Heart Disease

Researchers gathered data from four large prospective cohort studies that followed thousands of people for years, looking at the relationships between various risk factors and heart disease. The first began enrolling patients in 1987 and the last in 2008.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Lifestyle changes sound so low-tech until you realize they also cause epigenetic changes in the way that genes are expressed. However, those epigenetic changes induced by lifestyle are short-lived meaning that they have to be maintained to overcome a poor genetic background.

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