what is the role of exercise and nutrition in reducing the impact of heart disease and many other diseases?
- Fred SLv 59 years agoFavorite Answer
Come on Shelby, read the text book and you'll learn a lot more.............
- Anonymous4 years ago
Stop using taxes to push your moralizing nutritional agenda. Let people eat what they want and pay for the consequences. P.S. A heart-healthy diet is not one that is high in carbohydrates. Cereal and milk have lots of sugar and lots of other carbohydrates that spike blood sugar and leave a person feeling hungry a few hours later. There are lots of HEALTHIER ways to get fiber without all the sugar and carbohydrates that metabolize quickly and turn into fat (which contributes to high triglycerides, by the way). Don't you see? We all have our ideas about what "healthy" is. Maybe I should tax you for being a carb hog since I am on a low-carbohydrate diet and have had a LOT more success than you.