Teresa Perez, 50, lost more than 60 pounds in four years by following a heart-healthy diet and exercise regimen. The changes have helped control her blood pressure and cholesterol. ‘I am feeling better,’ she says.
Teresa Perez, 50, lost more than 60 pounds in four years by following a heart-healthy diet and exercise regimen. The changes have helped control her blood pressure and cholesterol. ‘I am feeling better,’ she says. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Teresa Perez, 50, lost more than 60 pounds in four years by following a heart-healthy diet and exercise regimen. The changes have helped control her blood pressure and cholesterol. ‘I am feeling better,’ she says. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

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