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What are “Life’s Simple 7”?
What are “Life’s Simple 7”?

Do you know what “Life’s Simple 7” are?

It’s a list of rules developed by the American Heart Association to help prevent heart disease that recent research also showed helped cut the risk of dying by cancer by up to 50%!

Read more about the “Simple 7” from the Daily Mail here:  http://tinyurl.com/cvc5q4d

Even if you do only TWO of them, you cut your cancer risk by 21%…so it’s worth a look!

D&J

 

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