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Concern Over Heart Healthy Eating Increases With Age, Survey Finds

May 4, 2010: 05:08 PM EST
Nearly 60 percent of respondents to an online survey of 5,000 “health-minded American women” sponsored by the Kashi breakfast cereals company, a subsidiary of Kellogg, said they were very concerned about their heart health, and 77 percent said they knew they were at risk for heart disease. However, 41 percent of those polled have not talked to their doctor about what they might do to prevent heart disease, and 73 percent have not talked to their family about hereditary factors. Older women were more conscious of heart-healthy foods than younger women, the survey found: 49 percent of respondents 55 years old and over always look for foods that support heart health compared to 32 percent who are under the age of 55.
"Kashi Company Announces New Findings on Heart Health Awareness", PR Newswire, May 04, 2010, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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