From the Publisher
This is a one-of-a-kind book on understanding, preventing, and reversing diet-related heart disease.
From the Back Cover
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 sugarnot cholesterolcauses 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.