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What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About(TM) : Cholesterol: The Latest Natural Treatments and Scientific Advances in One Breakthrough Program (What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About…)

Heart disease is largely preventable, but conventional cholesterol management is often inadequate. According to university cardiologist and leading prevention specialist Dr. Stephen R. Devries, avoiding heart disease requires a far more comprehensive approach that balances new high tech testing with low tech treatments. Now, in WHAT YOUR DOCTOR MAY NOT TELL YOU ABOUT CHOLESTEROL, Dr. Devries combines natural treatments with the latest scientific
advances. New types of cholesterol tests are highlighted that go far beyond routine testing to identify hidden risks. Expanding the traditional medical model, Dr. Devries illustrates the role of mind/body interventions, lifestyle, supplements, vitamins, and conservative use of medication for opti

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  1. R. J. Manasse "grateful patient" says:
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Five stars for Devies’ book, July 26, 2007
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    R. J. Manasse “grateful patient” (Chicago, IL) –
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    Dr. Devries did an excellent work in presenting medical research on heart disease and cholesterol in an easy read fashion for the lay person. The manner in which Dr. Devries writes makes heart disease and cholesterol a “a no brainer” to understand is superb. Dr.Devries has been my health coach for the past 4 years. His understanding of the subject has made the world of difference in my understanding my own health. Through his methods, my blood pressure and cholesterol levels are closely monitored and controlled. I am very grateful for his medical care and expertise which is now offered to the world through this book.

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  2. Greg Borzo "award-winning journalist, author" says:
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
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    A sensible, balance approach to a healthy heart., September 29, 2007
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    Greg Borzo “award-winning journalist, author” (Chicago, IL United States) –
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    As a former Health and Science Editor for American Medical News, I can heartily recommend “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Cholesterol.” Dr. Devries offers a wonderful array of information and advice in plain English — from what to eat and how to exercise to how to understand medical test results and work with your doctor.

    One of the best features of this book is the way it merges traditional medicine with alternative approaches. This book does not present a lecture from a know-it-all conservative, traditional doctor or a treatise from a fringe physician on how health food and yoga will save your life. Instead, this book presents a balanced, reasonable approach to strong hearts and healthy lives by a traditionally trained physician who is open to new ideas, as long as they are proven and sensible. Dr. Devries integrates the best of both worlds, traditional and alternative.

    Another appealing feature is the fact that some sections and chapters are clearly aimed at those who just want a simple explanation, while other sections and chapters provide detailed information backed up by rigorous research and thoughtful medical expertise for those who want to understand the science behind the suggestions.

    Everyone should be as fortunate to have Dr. Devries as his or her personal doctor. The next best thing would be to read his book…and take it to heart.

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