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21 Days to a Healthy Heart is a must read for anybody who wants to live a richer, healthier life.

Thousands of copies of this remarkable book have been sold, and yet it is still the defacto healthy heart guide.

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Ask Your Doctor For A Complete Lipid Evaluation

Heart disease is the #1 cause of death. About 50 percent of all people who die suddenly from heart disease have low or normal cholesterol. To protect yourself from heart disease, ask your doctor for a complete lipid evaluation. Fast 10-12 hours before blood is drawn (you can drink water). Because Total Cholesterol (TC) and LDL cholesterol are not the most reliable predictors of heart disease, they are not posted in the following chart.

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A directory of podcasters, bloggers, websites, nutritional consultants, and education and advocacy groups in support of restoring America's whole food high fat diet.


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Illustrated History of Heart Disease 1825-2015

brillant 1825  French lawyer and gourmand Brillant-Savarin publishes The Physiology of Taste, in which he says he has identif

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We’ve been told to remove chicken skin because it is saturated fat?

Diet Heart Myths

Q: Do we have more heart disease today because we’re living longer?

A: No. Adult life expectancy in 1910 was the same as today. Average life expectancy in 1910 was just 45 years, but when you factor out infant mortality and young women who died giving birth, you were just as likely to reach age 75 as you are today. 

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