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The H Factor Solution: Homocysteine, the Best Single Indicator of Whether You Are Likely to Live Long or Die Young

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Elevated homocysteine is a powerful, independent risk factor in more than 100 major medical conditions, including heart disease, strokes, and Alzheimer's disease. The authors discuss factors that contribute to high homocysteine, tell how to detect it if it's too high, and explain how to dramatically lower it.
Paperback, 242 pages
Published July 31st 2003 by Basic Health Publications (first published June 2003)
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Lynley
Jul 28, 2012 Lynley rated it really liked it
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This book could have been a thick pamphlet rather than a book -- there seemed to be a lot of repetition, particularly near the beginning. But once I got past all the ways in which an elevated homocysteine level can kill you, the chapters on exactly *how much* supplementation is necessary was very useful, and in our family's experience, has been lacking from advice from the doctor, who simply advised to 'take some vitamin B' after my nearest and dearest came back with a dangerously high level.

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Sue
Nov 02, 2013 Sue rated it liked it
After researching this topic extensively, I found this book repeated a lot I already knew. However, I did learn something useful in the recommended supplementation. I have not seen many reference a to B2, but adding it to my regime, has been invaluable for reducing my histamine symptoms.
Olwen
Sep 02, 2013 Olwen rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Easy to read and understand book that explains the biochemistry behind homocysteine metabolism and how elevated homocysteine can affect you. A good book to read and then discuss with your health practitioner before taking action on testing or supplementation.
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