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If you do not already have heart disease, you’re even luckier, because these are great recipes for those who just want to stay young at heart. You should be the world expert on your body, and this book can help you take control—arteries are important for your memory and all other functions, including avoiding wrinkles. Whether it is an artery to your heart or to your brain or to your skin, the process of aging of the arteries is the same, and its prevention can be facilitated by the right foods.
That’s why you’ll find it worthwhile to buy the Cleveland Clinic Healthy Heart Lifestyle Guide and Cookbook
today! For yourself and for your friends and loved ones! Giving it will tell the recipients that you love them, and want them to keep or regain their rapture for life. Cleveland Clinic Healthy Heart Lifestyle Guide and Cookbook
gets my personal award for a most comprehensive, up-to-date cardiac guide and deliciously perfect heart-healthy cookbook in the world today. But it should. It’s from the heart-care program ranked as the world’s best by US News and World
report twelve years in a row. And remember, walk 30 minutes after dinner, no excuses, and tell a supporter you did so! Only then can you go to the bedroom.”
—Michael F. Roizen, MD, author or coauthor of five bestsellers on health including the #1 bestsellers YOU: The Owner’s Manual,
and Real Age: Are You as Young as You Can Be?,
professor of internal medicine, and anesthesiology at Case Western Reserve University, and devoted cook of recipes in this book.
About the Author
BONNIE SANDERS POLIN, Ph.D., and FRANCES TOWNER GIEDT won a James Beard Award for The Joslin Diabetes Gourmet Cookbook. They are also the authors of The Joslin Diabetes Quick and Easy Cookbook, The Joslin Diabetes Healthy Carbohydrate Cookbook, and The Joslin Diabetes Great Chefs Cook Healthy Cookbook. Bonnie Polin lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Frances Giedt lives in Arlington, Texas. STEVEN E. NISSEN, MD, is chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute and the current president of the American College of Cardiology.