Cardiovascular disease account for the major cause of deaths in the US with coronary artery disease (CAD) being the most common type of disease that leads to heart attack. According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 800,000 Americans die from cardiovascular disease annually. It is believed that a quarter of these deaths could be prevented through simple lifestyle changes. Preventive lifestyle strategies include maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, managing your blood pressure and diabetes, reducing salt consumption and quitting smoking. Technically preventing cardiovascular disease involves reducing chronic inflammation in the body. Proper diet, exercise and sun exposure are cornerstones of an anti-inflammatory lifestyle. Moreover proper detailed attention should be given on how to achieve weight loss, manage blood pressure and diabetes. Recommendation should be taken from experts on salt intake and diet to reduce the inflammation in the body. The inflammation is often aggravated by eating lots of sugar/fructose and grains, oxidized cholesterol (cholesterol that has gone rancid, such as that from overcooked, scrambled eggs), eating foods cooked at high temperatures, Eating trans fats.