Jul 14
Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease
It's a description we don't often here - that heart disease is a food-borne illness. Surprised, shocked, intrigued? Listen in today as we talk with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, who shares his vast experience in the field of nutrition and plant-based diets as we discuss that and much more.

Have you ever heard of the endothelium? You want to listen in today as Dr. Esselstyn shares the wisdom of decades of experience in preventing and reversing disease using a plant-based diet.

There are some simple guidelines that Dr. Esselstyn has put in place as he counsels patients who need to make changes to protect their health, and we know you can benefit from this wisdom as well. The studies exist and we discuss the shocking and important information that has been scientifically proven about the ways in which we need to change our diets.

Listen in and make a start today in preventing and reversing disease in your own life! For more information on Dr. Esselstyn's work, please visit www.heartattackproof.com. His book Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease can be found also on Amazon.com and you may also be interested in the movie Forks Over Knives and his son's book for the younger generation The Engine 2 Diet at www.engine2diet.com.

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