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This year alone more than 1 million men and women in this country will suffer a heart attack or stroke. The shocking fact is that the majority of heart attacks and strokes can be prevented with the medical knowledge we already possess. Yet this isn’t happening. Why? Because doctors and hospitals are paid more to treat disease with invasive techniques like angioplasty and bypass surgery than to prevent it. In his most personal and passionate work yet, Dr. Arthur Agatston champions a revolution in heart disease prevention that will enable people to stay out of the hospital and off the operating table.
In Part 1 of this compelling book, he tells you why seemingly healthy people can suddenly have a heart attack and why people with great cholesterol numbers can be walking time bombs. He explains why belly fat can be an early warning sign of future heart disease and why a noninvasive heart scan can help predict your risk of heart attack. In Part 2, he presents the South Beach Heart Program, his 4-step plan for detecting, preventing, and even reversing heart disease: The 4 steps include: Heart-healthy eating, regular aerobic and core-strengthening exercise, state-of-the art diagnostic testing, and the latest heart-protective medications, as necessary. Thanks to his aggressive prevention approach, Dr. Agatston rarely sees a heart attack or stroke in his practice. Now you can benefit from the prevention strategy he uses to help his patients every day.
Luckily, there are now tests that can determine the size of your cholesterol and whether it is a problem. And there are steps you can take to do something about it if it is. As I explain in The South Beach Heart Program, the earlier you know where you stand in terms of your risk for heart disease, the greater your chance of preventing a heart attack or stroke in the future.
Before I go into how you can find out the size of your cholesterol, let me give you a little background on cholesterol in general.
“Dr. Agatston has been a guest on my show with this book. Unfortunately, it was too late to help me but, maybe, not you. The doctor is here with a revolution that can save your life.”—Regis Philbin
“Another masterpiece! The author of The South Beach Diet has taken a sharpshooter’s aim at heart disease, the Normandy Beach for half of all Americans.”
—Mehmet Oz, M.D., bestselling coauthor of You: An Owner’s Manual and You: On a Diet
“This book is a must-read for everyone who wonders about their risk, and the risk of a loved one, to suffer a heart attack and what to do about it.”—H. Robert Superko, MD, FACC[MD1] , FAHA; chairman, Molecular, Genetic, and Preventative Cardiology, Fuqua Heart Center of Atlanta
This book was recommended by my significant others cardiologist @ the follow up visit to discuss results of his cardiac catherization. Need I say more? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael C. Anderson
First of all I have never been much of a book reader. I find this book telling me soooo much of what I don't know and need to know because I have had a silent heart attack. Read morePublished 8 months ago by valerie jaque
I went on the South Beach diet in January. At my semi annual cholesterol physical in May I had dropped my cholesterol 40 points, I lost 20 pounds, lowered my triglycerides to 92... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sharon Harvey
Easy to follow and do! Feel good while adopting these lifestyle changes. AND it made a difference. I Recommend highly.Published 8 months ago by J. Butler