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© 2012 Chevron Healthy Heart Program 10 Tips for Heart Health Presenter’s Name and Title Location and Date
© 2012 Chevron Watch what you eat…It adds up quickly. 1.Eat breakfast. 2.Keep healthy snacks on hand so you’re not tempted to eat unhealthy foods. 3.Eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day. 4.Go easy on salt, sugar and alcohol. 5.Know your fat intake. 2
© 2012 Chevron Get Moving! 6.Walking counts too. Get a pedometer and make it your goal to take 10,000 steps per day. 7.Fit more physical activity into your everyday life. 8.Enlist a friend. It’s easier to commit when you have someone to keep you honest. 9.Exercise even if you are too “tired” or “stressed” from work. Chances are you’ll feel better and clear your head once you’re finished. 10.Do what you enjoy. Run, hike, walk the dog, take a dance class, exercise with videos. Find what works for you. 3
© 2012 Chevron Get Started. Learn More. 4 Internet: hr2.chevron.com/heart Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1-888-321-1544 (925-842-8346 if outside U.S.)
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© 2012 Chevron Healthy Heart Program Cholesterol Presenter’s Name and Title Location and Date.
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