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30 Ways To Save Your Heart


Jul. 1, 2014 Men's Health

There aren’t too many ways TO survive a bullet hurtling toward your heart. You could be wearing a Kevlar vest (unlikely), possess bona fide Matrix moves (even more unlikely), or watch in stunned silence as the hand of God reaches down and miraculously plucks the projectile out of the air (not gonna happen unless you’re in a Monty Python movie). 

But there’s an upside to this depressing scenario. Actually, make that two. First, the lethal round you need to worry about moves quite slowly: It’s called heart disease. Second, you can count on at least 30 ways to survive it. 

We’ve collected a whole slew of simple, effective strategies for safeguarding your heart health. You don’t have to adopt all of these lifesavers, but give each one a try to see if you can stick with it for the long haul. Who knows? You just might dodge a bullet.

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