Cardiovascular Disease: Fight it with the Blood Type Diet

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Penguin, Sep 6, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
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Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo, the author of the Eat Right 4 (for) Your Blood Type Diet series, with more than two million copies in print, has now created a targeted plan for fighting arthritis and cardiovascular disease. Using specific tools not available in any other book, sufferers can find their own, individualized battle plan for defeating the pain of these debilitating diseases.

Here, D'Adamo offers individualized battle plans for preventing and treating heart conditions, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, vascular problems, and angina.

 

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Contents

BLOOD TYPESPECIFIC QUIZZES
The Key to Your Heart
Narrowing of the Arteries
Contributing Factors
A Cerebrovascular Accident
Know Your Risks
The Cholesterol Paradox
The Blood TypeCholesterol Factor
The Foods
Supplements
The Exercise Component
The First Month
A Final Word
Stress on the Heart
Supplements
The Exercise Component

The Carbohydrate Intolerance Factor
Cholesterol Protection
Blood TypeMediated Stress Factors
Intermittent Claudication
Conventional Treatment Protocols
Fighting Cardiovascular Disease with the Blood Type Diet
The Blood Type O Survival Factor
The Foods
Supplements
The Exercise Component
The First Month
A Final Word
The First Month
A Final Word
The Foods
Supplements
The Exercise Component
The First Month
A Final Word
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
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Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo is a renowned naturopathic physician, researcher, and lecturer, whose extensive research and clinical testing of the connection between blood type and health, has led to powerful advances in the treatment of breast cancer. Chosen as a Physician of the Year in 1990 by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Dr. D'Adamo is also the founder of The Journal of Naturopathic Medicine and frequently contributes articles to medical journals.

Catherine Whitney is a New York-based writer who has written or cowritten more than forty books on a wide range of topics. She is the author of The Calling: A Year in the Life of an Order of Nuns and the coauthor with nine female U.S. senators of Nine and Counting: The Women of the Senate.

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