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Heart Disease

According to a new study, postmenopausal women who walk at a moderate pace for at least two and a half hours per week reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke by nearly a third.

New research, published in the Sept 5 issue of "The New England Journal of Medicine"shows that both walking and more strenuous exercise can produce substantial reduction in heart disease.

Not surprisingly, the study also found women who spent prolonged periods of time sitting had a higher risk of heart attack or stroke. As the level of physical activities among the women rose, their risk for heart disease fell.

There are many things you can do to reduce your risk of heart disease and get healthy. Vitamins, minerals, and herbs are essential to keep your body in top shape so you can exercise regularly and get healthier. PhytoBalance-Comprehensive Menopause Formula PhytoBalance has been shown to give a woman essential nutrients to help balance her all-around health.

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