• Reversing Heart Disease: The Truth About Reversing and Preventing Heart Diseases Revealed (Scientific Approach)

  • By: Paul Thompson
  • Narrated by: Steve Stansell
  • Length: 2 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 06-20-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paul Thompson
  • 5 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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Reversing Heart Disease: The Truth About Reversing and Preventing Heart Diseases Revealed (Scientific Approach)

Do you want to learn about heart diseases? Do you want to learn to treat your heart disease?

For many heart patients finding a way for reversing heart disease is a dream, while for others, it may be a goal, which they believe may someday be available. When many professionals talk about reversing heart disease they may be referring to the possibility of halting or at least slowing the progression of the disease. Many cardiologists state that reversing damage done to the heart is not within the scope of today's medicine and that many surgical techniques can repair damaged blood vessels and even the heart valves, but are dubious about the use of natural medications to reverse any damage already done by heart disease.  

Many heart experts claim that once a heart is broke, it is nearly impossible to fix. Valves can be replaced and vessel repaired but there is no known way to allow the body to heal on its own, as far as heart disease is concerned. Many claims of reversing heart disease focus on the effects of a person's lifestyle and diet has regarding the future of their heart health.  

For years the medical community has a drawn a direct correlation between a person's diet and heart disease. Add to that a lack of exercise and the stage is set for a heart attack. However, some medical professionals dispute the diet-heart connection as being total and point to many other ways of reversing heart disease besides adopting a vegetarian lifestyle.  

While disputes continue over the relationship of diet and heart disease, everyone agrees that eating nutritious meals instead of nutrition-empty calories will have a beneficial effect on reversing heart disease. Exercise is also important as studies have repeatedly shown a connection between a healthy heart and a person's weight.  

©2018 Paul Thompson (P)2018 Paul Thompson

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