On June 19th, an article in the New York Times titled, “In Single Gene, a Path to Fight Heart Attacks,” …
One out of two Americans gets heart disease and half of those die instantly from their first heart attack. One out of three dies of cancer. One out of eight women gets breast cancer and one out of six men gets prostate cancer.
The truth be told, coronary artery disease, the most common form of heart disease which is responsible for heart attacks need never exist and if it does exist, it need never progress. How can one make that statement when coronary disease is the leading killer &heilp;
Learning to Live Without It.
What is the epidemic condition that causes more death and disability in industrialized countries than any other?
What is the leading reason for visits to doctors and the single biggest justification for drug prescriptions?
It was precisely at this extremely critical moment in science and medicine when Drs. Esselstyn and Ornish, at opposite ends of the country, stepped in and showed considerable courage. They asked not only whether heart attacks might be prevented by low-fat, plant-food diets, but whether this disease might actually be reversed.