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Fast Carb, Slow Carb

By David A. Kessler

FDA Commissioner David Kessler highlights the negative impact of processed carbohydrates on global health. Over the past 75 years, the focus on refining grains like wheat and corn into starch has resulted in a rise in obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and other illnesses. The book explains how consuming refined grains leads to metabolic and hormonal issues that make it difficult to lose weight and offers a solution to this problem and aims to eliminate heart disease by changing your diet.


Fight Heart Disease Like Cancer

By Michael McConnell

A book that presents a new approach to understanding and treating heart disease. This book written by cardiologist Michael McConnell explores the similarities between heart disease and cancer and highlights the latest research on prevention, screening, and treatment methods. It also covers the use of digital health technologies, such as wearable devices and artificial intelligence, for detecting and monitoring heart disease. With personal perspectives from his daughters and insights on reducing heart disease for all, this book is a comprehensive guide to living a healthier and longer life.

Johns Hopkins University Press

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