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Why Animals Don't Get Heart Attacks but People Do, Fourth Revised Edition

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In Why Animals Don't Get Heart Attacks, But People Do, Matthias Rath, M.D., an internationally respected cardiovascular researcher, asserts that high cholesterol is not the actual cause of heart disease. Bears, for example, have average cholesterol levels of 400 milligrams per deciliter of blood, but they don't suffer heart attacks. Why? According to Dr. Rath, it is becaus ...more
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Published August 1st 2003 by MR Publishing (first published 1994)
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Mar 20, 2008 Eric rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: EVERYONE!!!
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Post 911, I began searching out REASONs for Aging, Rhumatic Diseases, Allergies, Cancer, Cardiovascular Diseases,etc.

Circa 2004ish, I started reading Udo Erasmus's book "Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill" and was blown AWAY! Udo is very much into the Chemistry behind the inner workings of the body, Carbon Bonds, etc. His book, soon became my first "Heath Bible". In my opinion, the most underated scientist of the 20th Century was Linus Pauling, who was mentioned over and over in this, Dr. Rath
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This is a very interesting book and well worth reading if you can get your hands on a copy.

It isn't an essential vitamin C book/article like some of the big general ones, such as:

Clinical Guide to the Use of Vitamin C The Clinical Experiences of Frederick R. Klenner, M.D.
Ascorbate: The Science of Vitamin C by Dr. Hickey and Dr. Roberts
The Healing Factor: Vitamin C Against Disease by Irwin Stone
Sep 14, 2010 Joe rated it liked it
I finished this book about a year ago, and started following the daily vitamin / mineral recommendations as close as possible. Since that time along with other changes in my eating and exercise habits my total cholesterol has dropped over 40 points. My HDL / LDL and trigycerides have all dropped into the Dr. recommended ranges for the first time in 20+ years!
Was it all from following the recommendations in this book, no I made some real changes in my habits. But I can't help but think this had a
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Hmm, hard to put down but of little scientific facts.
Feb 24, 2013 Paul rated it really liked it
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This is a must read for your health. Thanks Coach Munson.
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German controversial doctor and business man.

Rath claims that a program of nutritional supplements (which he calls "cellular medicine"), including formulations that he sells, can treat or cure diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and HIV/AIDS.
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