Reverse Heart Disease Now: Stop deadly cardiovascular plaque before it's too late.
The newest cardiology breakthrough to halt arterial disease & high blood pressure, prevent heart attach & stroke, and reverse heart failure.
by Stephen T. Sinatra, MD and James C. Roberts, MD with Martin Zucker
From the Inside Flap
While most books focus solely on the role of cholesterol in heart disease, Reverse Heart Disease Now draws on new research that points to the surprising other causes. Leading cardiologists Dr. Stephen Sinatra and Dr. James Roberts draw on their collective fifty years of clinical cardiology research to show you how to combine the benefits of modern medicine, over-the-counter vitamins and supplements, and simple lifestyle changes to have a healthy heart—— whether you have acute or chronic disease or just want to prevent cardiovascular disease from developing.
Focusing on crisis prevention, Reverse Heart Disease Now gives you the practical information and strategies you need to stop heart disease in its tracks. You'll discover how:
- You can combat heart disease before the first heart attack
- Your arteries can become enveloped in inflammation and plaque that lead to heart attack, stroke, and heart failure—— and what to do about it
- Medications, scientifically proven supplements, and lifestyle changes can extinguish the flames of disease and purge and stabilize arteries—— even for the most compromised cases
- Fish oil, nattokinase, L-arginine, CoQ10, magnesium, vitamin C, and other supplements can help prevent arterial clogging
- CoQ10, along with L-carnitine and D-ribose, can powerfully recharge weak and ailing hearts
Through the breakthrough integrative program found in Reverse Heart Disease Now, you can become more involved in your own healing process and even prevent heart disease before it strikes.
About the Authors
Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., formerly chief of cardiology and director of medical education at Manchester Memorial Hospital in Connecticut, has specialized in preventive cardiology for the last twenty years. He has written or co-authoried ten books, including the recent The Fast Food Diet, and writes the popular nationally distributed mnthly newsletter, Heart, Health, and Nutrition.
James C. Roberts, M.D., has practiced invasive and integrative cardiology for twenty years and is the Medical Director of the EECP Center and Advanced Magnetic Research Institute of Northwest Ohio.
Martin Zucker, a former Associated Press newsman, has written many books on health and medicine.