The Smart Women’s Guide to Heat Health
Of course I recommend my book. Any why wouldn’t I? This book will change how you look at your life and the lives of those (especially women) around you. Start here and then if you are looking for more information, different perspectives, and deeper details, check out the rest of the books below.
This book by Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum is solely devoted to women’s heart health unlike any other I have read. It is written by a renowned cardiologist Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum and should be on every woman’s night stand. Dr. Steinbaum understands women’s issues and integrates emotional and physical well-being in a revolutionary new approach to women’s heart health. She speaks to women from the heart everyone can understand.
From the Heart-Health experts at the Mayo Clinic provide a comprehensive, step by-step plan to reduce the risks and life-changing effects of heart disease.
- The three key actions you can take in a quick-start plan to help you jump-start your way to heart health
- A heart-health assessment to help you create your own customized plan
- An easy-to-follow program designed for life-long heart health
Marc Gillinov M.D., and Steven Nissen M.D. created a comprehensive guide to heart health from two of America’s most respected doctors at Cleveland Clinic, the #1 hospital for heart health in America. Among many topics, this book covers comprehensively a multitude of topics, such as:
- How emotions affect your heart
- Facts and fictions about heart-healthy eating
- Medical tests you need (and those to avoid); stents; surgery; pills.
Dr. Jade Teta and Keoni Teta are holistic physicians, biochemists, and personal trainers who dispel the myth that aerobic exercise is for fat loss but explain the right way to eat and exercise to turn “your body into a fat burning machine.” Their science-based program to jump-start the stalled metabolism: ‘Count Your Hormones, Not Your Calories!’ addresses the core of women’s heart-health risks, especially belly fat.
American Heart Association’s comprehensive source on heart-healthy living for women of all ages. Chapters cover every decade of a woman’s life from her 20’s to her 70’s and beyond, with information on: difference between women’s and men’s heart-health concerns, the big rewards resulting from the smallest lifestyle changes, and much more.
Martha Gulati, MD, MS, FACC, FAHA and Sherry Torkos, BSc, PHM noted and leading health experts, wrote this book examines the unique heart risks for women, including symptoms, screening and diagnosis procedures, treatment options and preventative measures that every woman can take. It is a good book to have on hand.
Chauncey Crandall, M.D. is the Director of Preventive Medicine at the Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic. He presents a three-pronged approach to preventing and reversing heart disease based on research and decades of experience helping patients achieve a healthier heart at any age.
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