50 Ways to Lower Cholesterol

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 13, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 182 pages
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Because diet, weight, exercise, and genetics determine cholesterol levels, the treatment of a cholesterol disorder requires a multifaceted approach. 50 Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol provides you with a proven plan to lower cholesterol. Here, the author delivers sound advice, 50 workable solutions, explanations of both "good" and "bad" cholesterol, and the latest information on key treatments--including LDL-apheresis, superstatins, and cholesterol ester transfer protein inhibitors--medication, and supplements.

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This book is very informative. My husband has very high cholesterol and this book definitely gives me the information to help lower his bad cholesterol. I would recommend this book to everyone I know ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Mary P. McGowan, M.D., is an assistant professor of medicine in the division of cardiology at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Currently president of the Northeast Cholesterol Foundation, Dr. McGowan has authored numerous articles on preventive cardiology and has been a medical consultant for NBC's "Today."

Jo McGowan Chopra is the director of Karuna Vihar, a school for children with mental and physical handicaps in Dehra Doon, India. She is also a freelance writer. Her articles have appeared in Newsweek and Span, as well as all the major daily newspapers in India. She is a regular columnist for Commonweal.

McGowan and Chopra are also coauthors of Heart Fitness for Life (Oxford University Press, 1997)and The Hypertension Sourcebook(Contemporary Books, 2001).

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