"What Should I Eat? A Food-Endowed Prescription For Health" is available at cost. This 136-page book that details what combinations of specific foods, fluids, and exercise generate a healthy cardiovascular lipids environment. The first 10-chapters instruct readers how to design a menu for cardiovascular health. Chapter 11 provides a fill-out form for specific foods and supplements, when consumed chronically, result in a healthy cardiovascular lipids profile. The author tested this hypothesis as a subject following the book's directions by designing his own personal menu for 30-days resulting in total cholesterol decreasing -45 points[-19%] in the first 30-days, and -61 points[-26%] after 60-days application. Such results are seldom observed of from diet alone.
Using the book's directions, anyone can design a menu consisting of specific foods and supplements that may generate an improved blood lipid profile. Consumption of excess animal-based foods and processed byproducts are harmfully compromising cardiovascular health. A plant food-dominant lifestyle is the basis proposed for increasing longevity, quality of life by improving serum cholesterol fractions. During 2008-2009, volunteers who applied the book's directions, also reported weight loss and increased energy at levels previously unattainable by their former diet.
Several esteemed colleagues, Michael Colgan PhD, Caldwell Esselstyn MD, Stanley B. Covert MD, William B.Grant PhD] read this book concur by posted superlative reviews at the link provided below [*].
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