Say No To Heart Disease: The drug-free guide to preventing and fighting heart disease

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Little, Brown Book Group, Dec 2, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 160 pages
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We have a 50 per cent chance of dying from heart or artery disease. However, these devastating diseases can be prevented by using a simple yet powerful medicine - food.

In Say No to Heart Disease you will learn how eating the right diet and correctly supplementing your diet can eliminate your chances of a heart attack, lower your blood pressure without drugs, reverse artery disease, maximise recovery after a stroke or heart attack, and add twenty years to your healthy lifespan.

Informative and practical, it describes the cardiovascular system and what goes wrong with it, the key theories on the mjor contributors to heart disease, how to work out your own risk, and which areas of your diet and lifestyle to focus on in order to minimise your risk. It also gives advice on maximising recovery from a heart attack or stroke.

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Patrick Holford is one of the UK's top nutrition experts, widely quoted in the media. He is the founder of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London, chief executive of the Food for the Brain Foundation and the author of over 30 health books.

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