Heart Healthy Eating
How to Naturally Take Charge of Your Cholesterol, Prevent Heart Disease, and Fight Heart Failure Drug-Free
NaturalWay Publishing releases its new book on cholesterol and heart-disease agents. 7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease is written by Robert Fleischer – a renowned researcher and author of cholesterol and heart-disease regulation guidebooks and academic articles. Fleischer has also spoken to a number of forums all over America to educate and revolutionize people’s thinking on cholesterol being the real “enemy” – the main agent of heart disease development. The book includes a brief history of heart diseases and in-depth discussion of cholesterol and its actual role – or the absence of it – in the development of heart disease. Fleisher’s book will be initially published on March 18, 2014 and is expected to reach both the actual and virtual markets on 14th and 15th of April this year.
All these years, we believed in the conventional knowledge that cholesterol intake increases the chances of developing heart diseases. We have taken the convenience of relying completely on pharmaceutical help to regulate our sugar and cholesterol levels, knowing too little that the only thing we can accomplish by drinking cholesterol-lowering drugs is masking the real problem. The real and the biggest challenge that we have to face upon battling heart disease is the lack of education and relevant information on the disease.
We can fight, but we can never beat something we don’t understand. In order to successfully beat the disease, we have to understand everything that it entails. And 7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease can give you just that. Fleischer intends to give people an alternative – a better, cheaper, and more effective way of beating heart disease. With his book, he speaks to a bigger audience that the key to a better health are not better drugs but a better, healthier lifestyle.
“You change your life by changing your heart.” – Max Lucado
Likewise, you change your heart by changing the way you live your life. Fleischer’s new book tells us that there are only so many ways to change our lifestyle habits into a better one. 7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease will not take more than two hours of your time, but if you will only have the open mind to consider the possibilities, then those two hours may just save you countless years of suffering possible heart ailments.
7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease intends to revolutionize the way things are seen and understood. Upon the completion of this book, the readers are expected to be able to address the following issues:
- The Role of Blood Cholesterol in Heart Disease
- How Dietary Cholesterol has nothing to do with Heart Disease
- The Reality Behind Cholesterol-lowering Drugs
- The Greatest Lipitor Controversy of All Time
- Inflammation and Heart Disease
- How to Really Combat Heart Disease
- Heart-healthy Diet, Exercise, and Herbal Remedies
- Understanding “bad” and “good” Cholesterol
- Other Cholesterol Skeptics
7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease does not only give us a profound discussion of both the history and future of heart disease, but it also features credible ways and methods of fighting heart disease drug-free. It shows us that there is another way of living this life, that what all humans really fail to understand is that there is way more control over our health than we realize.
Fleischer has been lecturing around America on the importance of proper diet, right exercise and the total package of a lifestyle change to our heart’s health. With 7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease, he intends to even widen his audience and revolutionize more minds. For more information about Robert Fleischer, you can visit his blog/website (link of blog, website, social media URLs).
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Mark your calendar. This book will be free on the 14th and 15th of April this year.
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