Many Canadians believe they don't have enough time to exercise or eat healthy meals, the Heart as well as Stroke Foundation says.The charity commissioned an online survey released Tuesday that suggests most Canadians know heart mildew as well as stroke can be fought by creation healthy choices. Yet almost half of the survey respondents pronounced they don't have enough time to be active or eat healthier meals. "What we know as Canadians as well as what we're doing to protect ourselves from heart mildew as well as stroke are completely different," pronounced Dr. Beth Abramson, the cardiologist as well as the spokesperson with the foundation. "There's the disconnect."Nearly half of respondents in the online survey of 2,160 Canadian adults conducted in October used time as an excuse for being unhealthy:44% of respondents pronounced they had no time for regular physical activity.41% pronounced healthy meals take too long to prepare.More than half (51%) pronounced fast food outlets don't have enough healthy choices.And almost the third (31%) pronounced the time they would like to spend being active they instead spend commuting. The Heart as well as Stroke Foundation says that finding time is critical for Canadians because heart mildew as well as stroke kills one in three Canadians as well as is the leading killer of women.The foundation says that Canadians who believe there isn't enough time to live healthy are wrong. While acknowledging the time crunch in people's lives, the foundation news release notes that Statistics Canada has pronounced 29 per cent of Canadians over 20 spend two hours the day or more watching television, as well as 15 per cent spend at least 1.5 hours the day of their leisure time on computers."We're exercising our brains as well as our thumbs in today's society, but we need to be exercising our bodies as well as we need to have that balance in terms of screen time, as they say, as well as removing out there as well as being active," Abramson said.Canadians can improve their illness ! as well as extend their lives by removing 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise weekly, Abramson said, noting that that the exercise can be done in 10-minute increments.The charity pronounced Canadians' ability to afford healthy food is the real problem, however.It argues that government, industry or non-governmental organizations need to help low-income Canadians get access to healthy food choices, make fruits as well as vegetables more affordable, as well as provide more stores with healthy food options. The foundation recently launched the new campaign called Make Death Wait that is encouraging people to record one million healthy actions on its website by the end of February 2012."We can reduce heart mildew as well as stroke by up to 40 per cent by creation lifestyle changes," Abramson said. "What seems to be the very small, small intervention in your very busy day can actually have the significant impact in your risk for heart as well as stroke [disease]."