If you are a smoker, you are twice as likely to have a heart attack than a non-smoker. Quitting smoking is one of the most important things you can do to live longer, and reduce your chance of developing heart disease. From the moment you stop smoking, your risk of heart attack starts to fall. Furthermore, smoking is linked to over 60 other medical conditions, including cancer, respiratory diseases and bowel disease.
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Eat lots of fruit and vegetables
Choose lean meats, poultry and fish
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