The vast majority of people are nutrition/lifestyle responsive, and this book tells you what to do. Heart disease is the number one cause of death both in men and women in North America. This is tragic, because of all of our major causes of death this is the easiest to prevent. Over 50 percent of adults have an increased risk of heart attack because their blood cholesterol levels are above the desirable range. Interestingly, people in most parts of the world do not get heart disease. In this book you will learn their secrets. Using the programs and suggestions outlined you will learn ways to reduce cholesterol significantly.
Read this next statement carefully because it is extremely important... Most people can reduce their risk of coronary heart disease by as much as two percent for each one percent drop in cholesterol! This means you could reduce your risk of coronary heart disease by 25 percent. By following the suggestions in this book, most people will experience a significant drop in cholesterol in just four to six weeks! Complex terms like HDL, LDL, cholesterol and triglycerides are made easy to understand.
This book covers dietary changes and food supplements to lower your heart attack risk in only four to six weeks. Since heart disease is our number one killer, it is most prudent to follow the simple suggestions in this book to greatly decrease your chances of becoming a heart disease statistic.
Dr. Bruce Miller’s postgraduate studies at New York
University included clinical, nutrition oriented research
which focused on nutrition problems of the elderly.
Dr. Miller is a member of the Linus Pauling Institute of
Science Medicine, a charter member of Dr. Kenneth
Cooper’s Aerobics Center, a member of the International
Academy of Preventive Medicine, International College of
Applied Nutrition, founder of the Diet Analysis Center, and
a consultant to the American Running and Fitness
Dr. Miller is a Certified Nutrition Specialist and a
member of the American College of Nutrition. Currently, Dr.
Miller is the Director of Research for the American
Academy of Nutrition. Dr. Miller lives in Dallas with Jody, his
wife of more than 40 years.
Don't take your liver for granted. The liver is our second largest organ. Just like the heart, the liver has to work hard to keep you alive. It is a real fighter but if you inundate it with excessive toxic substances you could injure the health of your liver. This could lead you to hepatitis, cirrhosis, fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, cancer, and inflammation of the bile duct. Due to our neglect, well over 25 million North Americans have chronic liver problems, making liver toxicity one of our leading health conditions.
Considering that we are living in a toxic world, I can safely make a statement that every person reading this book has liver damage to one degree or another.
Discover in this book how some herbs and nutrients can help protect and support the liver functions. When the liver falters, all other organs will fail to function ideally. If you look after your liver's health, it will reward you with years of healthy living.
Pre-diabetes is a wake-up call to warn you that you could be getting the real thing. If your blood fasting glucose is above 5.5 mmol/L, this is an indication that your insulin is beginning to lose control over your blood sugar level. You are now diagnosed as a pre-diabetic.
Pre-diabetes not only increases your risk of type 2 diabetes within 10 years but also increases your risk of a heart attack or stroke by 50 percent. If you have pre-diabetes, you may experience difficulties in losing weight. Furthermore, damages to your heart, arteries, nerves, and eyes are already taking place at this stage causing no symptoms for the present, but ticking like a time bomb.
This is a must-read book for those who have symptoms of pre-diabetes and want to discover what pre-diabetes is, its cause and the harm it can do to your health and the preventive steps you can take to keep diabetes from taking hold of your body. Read this book even if you have never been diagnosed with diabetes. You have a one out of four chances of developing pre-diabetes. Prevention of diabetes is possible at this stage
The New York Times bestselling author of The Hormone Cure and The Hormone Reset Diet shows every woman how to create a lifestyle that will help her look great, feel energized, and slow down the effects of aging.
Feel destined for cellulite, saddle bags, and belly fat? Does your family come from a long line of Alzheimer's, cancer, or heart disease? Will nothing help your aging skin or declining libido or flagging energy? This book is for you.
The body is magnificent but it doesn't come with a lifetime warranty, or an operating manual. You're the result of millions of years of evolution, but many of the adaptations that helped your ancestors survive are now working overtime to accelerate the aging process. The assumption here is that we are our genes and therefore trapped by the past. The good news is that your genetic code—the DNA sequence that is the biochemical basis of heredity—can play a minor role in the way you age.
The scientific reality is that 90 percent of the signs of aging and disease are caused by lifestyle choices, not your genes. In other words, you have the capability to overcome and transform your genetic history and tendencies. Harvard/MIT—trained physician Sara Gottfried, M.D. has created a revolutionary 7-week program that empowers us to make the critical choices necessary to not just look young, but also feel young.
Dr. Gottfried identifies and builds this book around the five-key factors that lead to accelerated aging -the muscle factor, the brain factor, the hormone factor, the gut factor, and the toxic fat factor. The 7-week program addresses these factors and treats them in an accessible and highly practical protocol and is as follows:Feed—Week 1Sleep—Week 2Move—Week 3Release—Week 4Expose—Week 5Soothe—Week 6Think—Week 7
Younger increases not only your lifespan, but also your healthspan. Dr. Gottfried's program makes it possible to change the way you age, stay younger longer, and remain healthy and vibrant for all of your days.
There is no quick fix to fat loss, only prevention, as obesity is a lifestyle disease. It took you years of poor eating habits and a sedentary lifestyle to make you fat. Fat loss is therefore not an event, a program (dieting) nor merely a number you see on the weighing scale or your BMI. A pair of “loose pants” is a better indicator of fat loss. In essence, if you lost weight without reducing your waist circumference, you haven't done much for yourself.
To escape from the obesity trap, counting calories, dieting or cutting fat out of your diet or starvation will not help. Instead, to lose fat, you need to know how the body stores and burns fat. You need to incorporate certain lifestyle changes to mobilize your hormones to co-operate with the body to burn fat to overcome your body's resistance to permanent fat loss. That is what this book is all about.