Human heart starts to work three-weeks after fertilization. This means that a baby smaller than a poppy seed and weighing less than 0.04 oz. can pump blood all over its body. Isn’t that amazing?
The point here is that your heart has been working hard non-stop since you were three weeks old inside your mother’s womb and it deserves to be taken care of.
Now, you ask, how do I take good care of my heart?
Avoid these 7 food that are not good for your heart, exercise, and get enough hours of sleep every night.
So-called “simple sugars” like the ones loaded into regular soda stoke inflammation and raise blood sugar levels, Patton says. All this can put more stress on artery walls and increase your risk for cardiovascular disease. The more soda you drink, the higher your risk soars.