Death is inevitable, but premature death is NOT. Preventing premature early death is what today’s topic is on THE #Physiology Show.

Lifestyle and daily choices determine how much you are preventing a premature death.

One MAJOR practice you CAN be doing is eating an apple daily. That reduces you having a heart attack by 40 percent. An apple a day keeps the doctor away doesn’t even come close to the benefits that apple provides.

The other life changing and preventing act is in the video below.

But before you see it think about these risk factors for early or premature death…

  • Smoking Tobacco
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Obesity
  • Excessive Alcohol Consumption / Drinking
  • Physical Inactivity

In this episode I talk about how to avoid these risk factors.

The biggest recommendation is to get MOVING. Start at WOD #1 and let me into your ecosystem.

So without further ado, here is episode 10…

Preventing Premature Early Death | THE #Physiology Show Episode 10

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