How TV And Breakfast May Impact Heart Health
Living a sedentary lifestyle is not as fun as it seems.
Countless studies have linked sedentarism with negative health impacts, including raising the risk for obesity, diabetes, cancer and heart disease. Sitting for long periods of time can also impair the body’s ability to regulate blood pressure while increasing inflammation. To help fight off these negative effects, try to reduce the amount of time spent watching TV while taking time to eat an energy-rich breakfast. Both of these actions can help lower the risk for heart disease and limit plaque build up in the arteries. For more, head on over to Medical News Today.