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eBook 21 Days to a Healthy Heart: Eat Your Way to Heart Health ePub

by Alan L. Watson

  • ISBN: 1932458182
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Alan L. Watson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bronze Bow Publishing; Rev Upd edition (March 25, 2005)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1576 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1247 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 916

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Heart-Related Disease Claims One Million Lives a Year.

Heart-Related Disease Claims One Million Lives a Year. Is Cholesterol Really the Culprit? Did you know that: Most people who die of heart disease have low or average blood cholesterol. Lowering your cholesterol below 200 will not protect you from a heart attack. Eggs and butter do not raise blood cholesterol. Refined sugar-not cholesterol-causes heart disease. I can answer that question because I am Maria. Seven years after the publication of 21 Days, I am still eating an Atkins-style high fat diet.

Alan Watson's book offers a radical perspective on heart health that challenges the status quo opinions in the . If you read just one book this year about coronary heart disease, 21 Days to a Healthy Heart is the right choice.

Alan Watson's book offers a radical perspective on heart health that challenges the status quo opinions in the medical field. Although he's not a doctor himself. 21 Days refutes the prevailing hypothesis that dietary cholesterol and saturated fat cause heart disease - and provides compelling evidence that - instead - dietary sugar and trans fatty acids are to blame. In addition, 21 Days provides a comprehensive answer to the question: What to eat and what not to eat.

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Alan Watson refutes the current medical hypothesis that dietary cholesterol and saturated fat cause heart disease. Heart-Related Disease Claims One Million Lives a Year. Low-fat diets increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease.

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Before I read Heal Your Heart, I struggled with maintaining a healthy . Tango Your Way To Heart Health

Before I read Heal Your Heart, I struggled with maintaining a healthy lifestyle. I made recipes from various dieting cookbooks, but none were quite appetizing or filling. Tango Your Way To Heart Health. When it comes to heart health, most efforts have focused on lowering high levels of LDL (the bad cholesterol). However, it turns out that a "cousin" of LDL, known as Lp(a) may be just as dangerous if levels are too high.

Your heart is the center of your cardiovascular system. It is involved in many of the daily functions that bring your body to life. So having a healthy heart is vital to your overall health. Two of the simplest yet most important ways to help your heart health are through diet and exercise. Path to improved health. How does what I eat affect my heart? The foods you eat can affect your weight, your hormones, and the health of your organs, including your heart. Eating a healthy diet can help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke

In this Special Health Report, Healthy Eating for a Healthy Heart, find out how . The rest of this report will explore practical steps for eating your way to a healthy heart. Receive special offers on health books and reports.

In this Special Health Report, Healthy Eating for a Healthy Heart, find out how improving your diet lowers your risk for heart disease in many ways, including helping to lower high cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar and insulin levels, as well as preventing obesity and improving the function of your heart and blood vessels. Fortunately, a heart-healthy diet is relatively easy to define, and you don’t have to give up great-tasting food. Fortunately, a heart-healthy diet is relatively easy to define - as you’ll see in the pages to follow.

Heart-Related Disease Claims One Million Lives a Year. Is Cholesterol Really the Culprit? Did you know that: * Most people who die of heart disease have low or average blood cholesterol. * Lowering your cholesterol below 200 will not protect you from a heart attack. * Eggs and butter do not raise blood cholesterol. * Refined sugar—not cholesterol—causes heart disease. * Low-fat diets increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease. * Trans fatty acids in margarine and vegetable shortening promote inflammation and deadly blood clots in the arteries. * Strenuous exercise may increase your risk of a heart attack. With well over ten years of research in cardiovascular nutrition, Alan Watson refutes the current medical hypothesis that dietary cholesterol and saturated fat cause heart disease. Rather, he provides compelling historical and scientific evidence that refined sugar, highly processed foods, margarine and shortening, and following the nutritional advice from “leading authorities” in government and medicine have cost us dearly. He analyzes the role of carbohydrates, fats, and protein in diabetes and heart disease and provides specifics on what to eat and what not to eat for heart health. A One-of-a-Kind Book on Understanding, Preventing, and Reversing Diet-Related Heart Disease.

Comments

Dori Dori
This is an excellent book for those wanting to understand the basics of what a healthy diet really is, not what most physicians say it is, nor, what what the media tells you it is. Alan Watson in this book de-bunks the dis-information that favors the pharmeceutical companies many so-called "studies" that seem to show that by reducing cholesterol and saturated fats in the diet reduces heart disease.

This book is written in an easy to understand format that takes you back to diet as it was originally meant to be while showing how to avoid catostrophic illness through diet and supplementation. A must read.
Kata Kata
Outstanding book! A must-read for anyone who wants an in depth understanding of diet in relation to heart health.
Valawye Valawye
Excellent information, helpful in promoting a healthy cardiovascular system, with additional health benefits too.
Āłł_Ÿøūrš Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Alan Watson has done a commendable job at summing up several controversial issues regarding conventional wisdom and our diet. After having read Gary Taubes' excellent "Good Calories, Bad Calories" I guess I was a bit spoiled however since Taubes gives a much more in depth explanation about many of the same topics. I plan on getting Watson's latest offering "Cereal Killer" with the hope that it sheds more light on a few of his somewhat controversial (in my mind) pieces of advice.
Super P Super P
No comment.
Arashigore Arashigore
I have not read the book yet, a winter project
Datrim Datrim
An amazon reviewer of 21 Days to a Healthy Heart by Al Watson is asking, "How is Maria doing?" (Maria is the case study in the book.) I can answer that question because I am Maria. Seven years after the publication of 21 Days, I am still eating an Atkins-style high fat diet. (If you purchase 21 Days, you will read my story in the introduction.) I met Al Watson in the Fall of 2001 when he was researching and writing 21 Days. I was 150 pounds overweight and had been diagnosed with type II diabetes; in addition, I was warned I had coronary blockage. I was suffering a lot of personal and family stress , and I was only 33 years old! I accepted Al Watson's challenge and didn't eat any carbohydrate foods for 30 days. I had nothing to lose - I was fatigue-ridden and definitely going downhill. I switched from margarine to butter and started using lard too. I began eating eggs every morning for breakfast. Instead of fast food and high carb food, I began emphasizing protein and natural fat. I stopped eating breakfast cereals, energy bars, and sugary snacks and quit guzzling Coke and orange juice. Within those first thirty days, I noticed the fat burning off as I was growing emotionally and physically stronger. I lost over 100 pounds during the next 9 months - and have kept it off. My doctor at the Mayo Clinic confirmed in an A1C test that I had reversed type II diabetes. Al Watson's 21 Day plan was a life saver for me. The information in his books is reliable. I also recommend his latest book, Cereal Killer.
I am a weight loss coach and nutrition educator and I have used this book more than any other in my library. I quote from it almost weekly in my classes. It is based on fact rather than political agenda and very well written and easy to read. There are a couple of chapters that are a bit complex for the average reader, however, if a person were struggling with heart disease or related issues, I am sure they would have a full understanding of what the author is speaking of. I would give this book 10 stars if I could!