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HeartGeek Guide to Heart-Healthy Living - Diet & Fitness Guide for Those Recovering from Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest HeartGeek Guide to Heart-Healthy Living Diet & Fitness Guide for Those Recovering from Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest Blog About HeartGeek My Heart Attack Contact HeartGeek      April 4, 2015 By Paul MaherPaul Maher Leave a Comment Our Dietary Guidelines Are Killing Us Our Dietary Guidelines are killing us, and here is why – nobody follows guidelines! The guidelines tell us what we are supposed to eat to stay healthy. Yet, as a nation, we continue to get sicker and fatter. A heart attack at 41 shows you how well I follow guidelines. History of the Dietary Guidelines The Dietary Guidelines were first developed in 1980. Every 5 years, the Government appoints a group of nutritional and medical experts to the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC). The DGAC is responsible for researching and producing the report and guidelines. So how effective are these guidelines from DGAC? The committee addresses that right up front by stating the following: The 2015 DGAC’s work was guided by two fundamental realities. First, about half of all American adults—117 million individuals—have one or more preventable, chronic diseases, and about two-thirds of U.S. adults—nearly 155 million individuals—are overweight or obese. The report found that these conditions have been highly prevalent for at least two decades. This means the conditions became highly prevalent about a decade after the guidelines were first published! What’s Better Than Guidelines? Rules! Rules are meant to be followed and have explicit consequences when not followed. If you are trying to prevent or recover from a heart attack (or just get healthy) set some rules and stick to them. Abe Lincoln and I have previously stated our rules for living. His may be a bit more eloquent, but here are mine: Don’t smoke – A hard and fast rule. Smoking accelerates the dying process. Get off your ass – Move at least 30 minutes a day, 5-days a week. Put workouts on a calendar and don’t miss them! Quit eating crap – Unprocessed and nutritional foods 6-days a week. Day 7 is a cheat day, go nuts! Simplify your life – Make some rules about work/life balance and stick to them. Amazingly, Abe and my lists are quite similar. I may add “steer clear of biliousness” to mine in the future. In the meantime, know that following these rules will substantially improve your overall health. Not following the rules will lead to chronic disease and obesity. Time to make a choice! Filed Under: Heart Healthy Diet Tagged With: diet, exercise, heart attack, heart health, simplify February 20, 2015 By Paul MaherPaul Maher 2 Comments Heart Healthy Tips To Keep Your Ticker in Top Shape February is National Heart month, a special time for all you HeartGeeks out there. The heart get’s it’s own month for a very important reason, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. On a positive note, you can make healthy changes to lower your risk of developing heart disease. Controlling […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Heart Heathy Lifestyle Tagged With: diet, exercise, healthy habits, heart health, heart month February 14, 2015 By Paul MaherPaul Maher Leave a Comment Love Improves Heart Health Satisfaction may be elusive on this Hallmark holiday, but heart health isn’t. According to Dr. Cynthia Thaik, a Harvard-trained cardiologist, to have optimal cardiovascular health, your emotional and spiritual heart is just as important as your physical heart. I recently stumbled upon Dr. Cynthia’s site and must admit I am both intrigued and terrified by […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Heart Heathy Lifestyle Tagged With: heart health, love, valentines January 27, 2015 By Paul MaherPaul Maher Leave a Comment The Heart Attack Risks of Shoveling Snow I love the snow (but I don’t live in New England). It’s a great time for sledding, blog writing, reading and relaxing by the fire. Notice I didn’t say shoveling? That’s right, I don’t do it. Although I am probably in the best shape of my life, I leave the shoveling to my wife. While […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Heart Attack Tagged With: cardiac arrest, heart attack, juno, shoveling, snow January 21, 2015 By Paul MaherPaul Maher Leave a Comment Best Heart Healthy Diets for 2015 The US News & World Report has issued their 2015 ranking of best diets. Not surprisingly, fad diets (think Paleo or any type of cleanse diet) did not fare too well. Those diets that did fare well focus on healthy eating – plain and simple. The top five heart healthy diets will help you lose […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Heart Healthy Diet, Heart Heathy Lifestyle Tagged With: best diets, dash diet, diet, engine 2 diet, heart healthy diets, mediterranean diet, onrish diet, tlc diet January 10, 2015 By Paul MaherPaul Maher 4 Comments Why You Will Not Keep Your New Year’s Resolution Most people resolve to lose weight, quit smoking, or get fit at the start of a New Year. These are all great resolutions, particularly for a HeartGeek. However, if you are like 92% of American’s, you are going to fail! Don’t worry, it’s not your fault (never is). Resolutions are a setup. They don’t require […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Heart Heathy Lifestyle Tagged With: diet, exercise, heart health, lifestyle, resolutions 1 2 3 … 8 Next Page ?      Join HeartGeek and Receive Your Free Guide to Exercise After a Heart Attack E-Mail Address Recent Posts Our Dietary Guidelines Are Killing Us Heart Healthy Tips To Keep Your Ticker in Top Shape Love Improves Heart Health The Heart Attack Risks of Shoveling Snow Best Heart Healthy Diets for 2015 Why You Will Not Keep Your New Year’s Resolution HeartGeek Year In Review Can Cold Weather Exercise Put Your Heart at Risk? Latest Tweets ICD is pacing my resting heart rate to keep above 60. In shape or extremely boring life? October 8, 2015 3:34 pm This is good news, lets start preventing. Preventable Risk Factors Cause Nearly 50% of Cardiovascular Deaths https://shares/1qxfVq July 2, 2015 6:05 pm Thank God - Study: 3 To 5 Cups Of Coffee Per Day May Reduce Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Risk By Up To 21% fw.to/0E3HjjY June 24, 2015 7:42 pm You still have to exercise and eat right, but this is cool. Digital technology can help lower risk of heart attacks on.wsj.com/1GVnii2 May 4, 2015 5:31 pm It's a strong connection: Head and the Heart: How Treating Depression Can Lower Cardiovascular Risk t.usnews.com/Z927fe April 30, 2015 7:01 pm Paul Maher is a blogger who share knowledge of heart healthy information, fitness & diet tips, and health focused gadget reviews. Paul has been passionate about these topics since surviving a cardiac arrest and heart attack event in 2007. Read More… Pages Disclosure Policy About HeartGeek My Heart Attack Contact HeartGeek HG Archive Sign Up for Email Updates - Receive heart healthy news, tips, and guides right in your inbox! 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