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Saving Women's Hearts: How You Can Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease with Natural and Conventional Strategies

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ebook, 256 pages
Published February 11th 2011 by John Wiley & Sons
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University of Chicago Magazine
Martha Gulati, SM’02
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From our pages (Mar–Apr/11): "The number one killer of women in North America is heart disease. In Saving Women’s Hearts Gulati and Torkos examine the roles that stress, sleep, family medical history, and exercise play in cardiovascular health, offering tips about preventative dietary supplements, diet, and exercise."
Jane
This is a book all women should read. It explains statins and other medications. It also offers alternatives to pharmaceutical therapies. I especially appreciated the fact that it points out what particular drugs are for. Since I do not have high blood pressure (in fact my BP is rather low), it is good to know what drugs are for that aspect of heart disease. I was put on a blood pressure medication and I felt so exhausted I could hardly get out of bed. Being informed is essential if you are a wo ...more
Victoria Allman
I was first introduced to Dr. Martha Gulati when she appeared on Oprah with Bob Greene to talk about weight loss and obesity. She was smart, articulate and knowledgeable...which was reinforced later that year when she won a Credo award by American College of Cardiology in Washington dc -first award for diversity in research in heart disease - ie women and different races for heart disease.
Her work and words make sense. This book is the next step for anyone who is trying to be healthy and achiev
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Patricia
Amazing information on Heart Disease and prevention! Important for all women young and old! So insightful and yet easy to read! Changing your diet can change your life. As women our bodies are different than mens! I always thought heart disease as a problem for men,yet more women than men die of heart disease each year! Symptoms in women can be different from symptoms in men. Fortunately, women can take steps to understand their unique symptoms of heart disease and to begin to reduce their risk ...more
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