The American Heart Association recently released its annual recommendations for men ages 30 to 45.
The list focuses on men’s cardiovascular health, and while it doesn’t focus exclusively on heart health, the recommendations include a lot of recommendations for heart health that aren’t usually covered by men’s care.
Here are a few key things the recommendations say about men’s heart health.1.
Men have a high risk of heart attack and stroke.
Men are at higher risk of having a heart attack, stroke, or both than women.
Heart attacks are the leading cause of death for men and women, but they are the most common cause of heart disease in men.2.
Men need more exercise to maintain their heart health in order to maintain healthy weight.
For men, exercise is not only about the physical act of walking or running.
Men also need to take part in aerobic exercise, which is characterized by aerobic exercise in the gym, on the elliptical, or in a gymnasium, to maintain a healthy weight and improve their cardiovascular health.3.
Men tend to be less physically active than women because of their larger body mass index.
Men may be considered “lean” by society because they weigh less than women do.
In fact, women tend to eat more calories than men, according to a 2012 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.4.
Men should not eat more than 3.5 meals a day.
According to the American Heart Institute, the recommended daily allowance of calories for men is 5,400 calories, compared to 5,200 calories for women.5.
Men generally get more than 10,000 mgs of vitamin C a day, which are known to be good for your heart and lower your risk of developing heart disease.6.
Men’s health benefits depend on their physical activity levels.
In general, men who exercise a lot, like those who exercise for several hours a day or who spend 30 minutes a day walking, are likely to be better at maintaining their heart and cardiovascular health than those who do not exercise, according the American College of Cardiology.7.
Men can help prevent and treat their heart disease by eating healthy and being active.
The American College is encouraging men to get more active, which means taking up some physical activity, eating well, and doing more physical activity.8.
Men with cardiovascular disease need more health care.
For most people, the symptoms of heart failure and heart disease can be controlled if they are monitored by doctors, but the symptoms can also get worse if they aren’t.
Preventing heart disease and improving cardiovascular health requires regular, thorough care, and regular exercise.