Dr. Shayesteh: Heart healthy tips


As Valentine’s Day approaches, many of us are looking forward to celebrations with the ones we love. Dr. Shayesteh offers tips on how to make choices that will help keep you “heart healthy.”

According to Dr. Shayesteh, 95 percent of heart disease risk factors can be controlled with diet and exercise. Lifestyle changes are the key to staying healthy and while there is temptation to veer from that healthy course during special occasions, Shayesteh says you don’t have to sacrifice a romantic dinner or decadent dessert, but you should be mindful.

Click on the video to learn what choices will help you celebrate with the ones you love in a happy, healthy way.

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