Modern Diseases

Lesson 1

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that most chronic diseases can be prevented by changing risk-related behaviors. These behaviors include poor nutrition, physical inactivity, smoking tobacco and excessive alcohol use. Though people are predisposed to many chronic illnesses because of genetics, age, gender or race, there are lifestyle changes you can make to decrease your chances of being affected.

Here's how to reverse metabolic syndrome and address modern disease head on.

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