101 Causes of Heart Disease, Hint: Cholesterol Isn't One of Them! (eBook)

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101 Causes of Heart Disease, Hint: Cholesterol Isn't One of Them! (eBook)

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NEW BOOK (Released 22 October 2016)! 

eBook Format: PDF

Heart disease is a leading cause of death in both men and women. For decades, our health authorities have told us that heart disease is caused by fat and cholesterol clogging up the coronary arteries, and immense resources have been directed at lowering cholesterol levels. Clinical guidelines have been introduced that are designed to capture those peopledeemed eligible for cholesterol-lowering medications -  the latest clinical guidelines suggest that more than 1 billion people worldwide are eligible for statins.

However, the cholesterol guidelines have been heavily criticised. Increasingly, doctors and researchers have been questioning the role cholesterol plays in heart disease. We now know that people with heart disease do not have high cholesterol, and even the strongest supporters of the cholesterol hypothesis now admit that no ideal level of cholesterol can be identified.  Large scale studies have shown that statins are not generating the benefits that were predicted and some of the suggested risk factors for heart disease have been associated with better survival after a heart attack. A complete re-evaluation of the real causes of heart disease is long overdue.

101 Causes of Heart Disease goes way beyond the cholesterol idea, and for the first time presents an integrated alternative model for the real causes of heart disease. The validity of each of the suggested risk factors for heart disease is examined. The book also provides a detailed discussion of nutritional alternatives that are up to 6 times more effective than statins, and other interventions that have been shown to be up to 11 times more effective than statins, but are currently ignored by health authorities.

A heart disease prevention plan is included that anyone can use, and all of the statements made in the book are supported by references to the relevant medical literature. 

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