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Skip the French fries! The Doctors explain that when starchy foods like French fries, are fried at a high temperature, the chemical acrylamide is produced. In high quantities, studies have shown it can be toxic and has been shown to cause cancer in lab animals. Instead of fries, they suggest baking, boiling or steaming starchy foods to cut down on the acrylamides.
Take a brisk walk: According to a recent study from Harvard University a brisk 30-minute walk, one night a week, cuts early death by 70 percent in older women.
Drink coffee: According to recent studies, drinking coffee on a regular basis may help decrease chances of heart failure, stroke, and coronary artery disease. Of course, they warn against consuming too much caffeine and to avoid drinking coffee with excess sugar.