Health Author Released a Book on Ways to Combat Heart Disease Naturally
Why Natural Remedies are Best in Preventing Heart Disease
Heart disease is a serious health condition that’s plaguing millions of people worldwide. People spend thousands of dollars on pharmaceuticals thinking it’s the one and only solution to treating their heart condition.
In Robert M. Fleischer’s recently released book, 7 Ways to Naturally Beat Heart Disease, he says that fighting heart disease can be done through natural ways instead of using expensive treatments. By adding a few healthy habits and eliminating the bad ones from one’s routine, Fleischer shares one can actually combat and even prevent future heart problems. Fleischer is a California-based health researcher who has dedicated his career to developing better ways to treat chronic conditions. He strongly believes that conditions like heart disease are best treated and prevented with a lifestyle change instead of being reliant on pharmaceuticals.
Fleischer explains in his book why the media and pharmaceutical companies would rather have everyone believe all cholesterol is bad instead of informing that there’s actually good cholesterol. According to American Heart Association, good cholesterol (HDL) helps remove the bad cholesterol (LDL) from the arteries. “HDL acts as a scavenger, carrying LDL cholesterol away from the arteries and back to the liver, where it is broken down and passed from the body.” This goes to say that not all cholesterol is bad. Because of this wrong message about cholesterol, people are missing out on good cholesterol, which actually provides many health benefits. A regular person would rather avoid cholesterol altogether than create a distinction between the two types.
Fleischer adds, “I want to give people an alternative – natural ways of treating patients of pharmaceutically-acclaimed lifelong disease.” Instead of relying on expensive prescription drugs, Fleischer wants to combat heart disease the natural way. One doesn’t have to drink numerous pills throughout the day nor waste time on hospital visits when the answer to heart disease just involves changing up a few things in routine. The book tells that when there is a clear understanding of one’s lifestyle and its role in heart condition, it’ll be easier to follow through with these habits. Those who are forced to take medication due to a severe heart condition might even find comfort when they make a healthy lifestyle change.
More information will be provided by Fleischer in the book. Readers will also learn about:
- The common types of heart disease
- The myths surrounding cholesterol and heart disease
- The difference between good cholesterol and bad cholesterol
- The benefits of good cholesterol
- Why prescription drugs are expensive
- A diet and exercise routine that’s good for the heart
- Herbal remedies for heart ailments
The seven main tips in the book involve tweaking some habits in one’s daily life - eliminating a few bad habits can do so much good to the heart. These natural remedies may not provide quick relief the way prescription drugs do, but when done on a regular basis can provide a lot of benefits to the heart.
Get ready to set the date because this book will given for free this 14th, 15th, and 16th of June this year at Amazon.
Besides being a noted author, Robert M. Fleischer is a California-based health researcher, husband and a father of 2 children, one boy and one girl. He has dedicated his career to developing better standards of care and treatment for patients of common, chronic and misunderstood conditions which are often handled with pharmaceuticals to treat the symptoms rather than lifestyle changes which address the root cause. In his spare time he enjoys heart-healthy activities like tennis, mountain biking and is a member of a local amateur theater group.
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