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For American Heart Month All Star Active Says Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease by Walking 15 Minutes Per Day

All Star Active, the brand behind a popular reflective running vest, are raising awareness of American Heart Month by encouraging people to develop a healthier lifestyle.


New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/24/2016 --Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. That is why this February, during American Heart Month, All Star Active is encouraging people to take charge of their health and start new healthier behaviors that can help reduce their risk of heart disease and stroke.

"Small changes can make a big difference." explains Victoria Stewart, the Founder of All Star Active. "The most important change is adding exercise into your daily routine. By simply walking 15 minutes per day, 3 times a week, you will greatly reduce your risk of heart disease. We also recommend eating healthier, quitting smoking and scheduling a visit with your doctor to discuss your heart health and any new exercise regimen."

Earlier this month, All Star Active released a reflective running vest in order to help address American Heart Month. With visibility of up to 1,200 feet, their reflective running vest is designed to give people peace of mind while walking or running in low-light conditions by keeping them safe and visible.

Built from a lightweight and breathable mesh material, the reflective running vest from All Star Active can comfortably be worn by both men and women. It also features a large zippered pocket that can hold all essential items.

To find out more information about the All Star Active Reflective Running Vest and to help reduce the risk of heart disease, visit the Amazon product page directly.

Victoria Stewart
Founder, All Star Active
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