Summary of The End of Heart Disease by Joel Fuhrman | Includes Analysis
The End of Heart Disease is a call to action. Author Joel Fuhrman proclaims that the nation's number one killer, heart disease, can be defeated with a simple choice: Either embrace a nutrient-rich diet or risk losing your life to a preventable heart condition. Most Americans unwittingly consume a diet that is slowly shortening their life and impinging on their health and well-being. Inevitably, poor health outcomes arise.
High blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart conditions are particularly common among Americans because the typical American diet relies on high-sodium, processed foods, and animal products; it neglects the vast diversity of fruits, vegetables, beans, and nuts that Americans should be consuming instead. However, when these conditions land someone in the doctor's office or the emergency room, patients are too often counseled to seek a quick but risky fix: a pill or a procedure.
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