By Amanda MacMillan
When it comes to heart health, it’s important that we think not only of our own cardiovascular health but also that of future generations. A study last year found that obese children and teens
have as much plaque in their arteries as a 45-year-old adult, setting
them up for heart disease and other serious health conditions much
earlier than their parents.
If you’ve got kids, of course you want to make sure they grow up fit and healthy. But you also know it’s hard to juggle work, family, and physical activity. Still, setting a healthy example is a good start; research shows that parents who are physically active increase the likelihood that their kids will be active as well. So if you’re looking for ways to get your kids involved, check out these tips.(under the courtesy of www.health.com)