How many times in your life have you stopped, looked at your life choices and thought: "I need to do better." Maybe you thought you should change your diet, exercise more, quit smoking, or be more careful about your blood pressure or cholesterol. You had the best intentions, but never quite followed through with your plan. Maybe you weren't even sure how to start with a plan.
Creating a plan and sticking to it is not as difficult as you might think. What if you had a guide....
On behalf of the American Heart Association, I'd like to invite you to start a new life resolution. No matter what day it is, it's never too late for all of us to make better choices for our health. Even if you start with one small change today and another next week or next month - it all counts.
Maybe you're tired of trying to sort through all the health advice you get. Do it today. Don't eat it tomorrow. The choices are many, and the confusion can make anyone want to give up.
That's why the American Heart Association created Life's Simple Seven.
Thanks to the scientific and research volunteers at the American Heart Association, we've created a simple way for you to know where you stand on the road to good health through the seven steps necessary for healthy living.
To find out where you stand with Life's Simple Seven, simply take our assessment. In a few minutes, you'll know how you're doing with each one, and you'll get your personal score and life plan.
Remember, you can stop heart disease before it even starts. Start small and keep it simple. Make one change today, and then you're ready to make another. Before you know it, you'll stop making bad choices and start making life choices!