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What is the Difference Between Cardiac Rehab and Physical Therapy?

When it comes to the heart, maintaining a regular exercise regime is essential in order to preven...

HOW TO INCREASE YOUR STRENGTH AFTER A HEART ATTACK

After suffering a heart attack, exercise is integral to the healing process. Exercise will help y...

OCTOBER 2019 MEMBER OF THE MONTH - JEFF AND HIL S.

We are very excited to introduce Jeff and Hil as the Member of the Month for October! This lovely...

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What is the Difference Between Cardiac Rehab and Physical Therapy?

When it comes to the heart, maintaining a regular exercise regime is essential in order to prevent and manage your heart condition. Exercise can reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and even help you manage your weight. These are only a few of the many small changes that come from a cardiac rehabilitation program. When it comes to injuries such as torn or sore ligament...

HOW TO INCREASE YOUR STRENGTH AFTER A HEART ATTACK

After suffering a heart attack, exercise is integral to the healing process. Exercise will help you get your strength back and will keep your body and heart healthy. It is important to note that following a heart attack, everyone recovers at a different pace. Recovery can vary based on the severity of damage to your heart and your level of activity before the incident. Duri...

OCTOBER 2019 MEMBER OF THE MONTH - JEFF AND HIL S.

We are very excited to introduce Jeff and Hil as the Member of the Month for October! This lovely couple from LIVE WELL Kelowna started their LIVE WELL journey earlier this year. Their enthusiasm, passion and dedication is sure to inspire you on your health journey! To Join, or not to Join, that was our question! It has taken me 72 years to realize that I am not “allergi...

5 Ways to Lower Bad Cholesterol

While HDL-C (high-density lipoprotein cholesterol) is the ‘good’ cholesterol that removes it from your bloodstream, having a high LDL-C (low-density lipoprotein cholesterol) – also known as the ‘bad’ cholesterol – could raise your risks of heart disease and strokes. An ideal LDL-C level is less than 130, depending on your risk for cardiovascular disease. We want to help yo...