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The Everything Guide to Preventing Heart Disease - All You Need to Know to Lower Your Blood Pressure Beat High Cholesterol and Stop Heart Disease in Its Tracks - cover

The Everything Guide to Preventing Heart Disease - All You Need to Know to Lower Your Blood Pressure Beat High Cholesterol and Stop Heart Disease in Its Tracks

Murdoc Khaleghi

Publisher: Everything

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Summary

If you have heart disease, you know that beating this condition involves more than just taking medication or trying to eat healthier--it entails a complete lifestyle overhaul! This guide takes a contemporary medical and holistic approach to fighting the disease, and helps you make the changes that can mean the difference between life and death. This guide includes:Information on how heart disease affects your body, and what medications, diets, and exercises effectively combat itA specific focus on preventing heart disease in young adults and adolescentsUp-to-the-minute medical advice, stress-reduction techniques, and alternative therapies150 delicious, heart-healthy recipes This book places power and control back into your hands, arming you with the knowledge and tools you need to fight back against heart disease and live a happier, healthier life.
Available since: 09/15/2011.
Print length: 306 pages.

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