Heart attack: Lead an anti-inflammatory lifestyle to minimise your risk

John Hopkins Medicine said moving your body for at least 20 minutes daily can decrease inflammation in the body.

Any workout that causes your heart rate to increase and to cause you to feel warmer is effective, such as brisk walking, jogging or cycling.

One final factor to help lead an anti-inflammatory lifestyle is to eat a “heart-healthy diet”.

This involves eating whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and fatty fish.


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