Is it really true that 90 percent of heart bypass patients don't change lifestyle?
February 17, 2011
Medical studies have shown that even though people who have had heart-bypass surgery are told that they must change their lifestyle or die, about 90 percent do not change. Typically, 2 years after surgery the patients haven’t altered their lifestyle. It seems that most would rather die than change.
I'm of the baby-boomer age where more and more of my peers either have looked at or have had heart bypass surgery.
Part of the regimen after surgery is a lifestyle change. You need to watch what you eat and you exercise.
Check the above quote from Our Daily Bread that says 90 percent do not change. Most would rather die than change. Amazing.