This is a major issue in our world, case numbers increasing too. Yet, many physicians below claim they can arrest and even reverse heart disease.
Dr Dean Ornish's program is so well documented in its success in America that it's covered by many health insurance policies there.
Below are inspiring testimonies of reduced cholesterol levels, lowered hypertension and reversal of heart disease; results of diet and lifestyle changes.
Peer-reviewed medical research papers back up their claims too.
General surgeon Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., M.D., grew disappointed in the way he and his colleagues were treating cancer and heart disease. Relying on pills and procedures, Dr. Esselstyn says he and his peers were doing “nothing to prevent disease in the next unsuspecting victim.” Research studies had already suggested an obvious culprit.
Dr Ornish is the first clinician to offer proof that heart disease can be halted, or even reversed, by changing lifestyle. Based on his internationally acclaimed scientific study Dr Ornish's program has yielded amazing results. Participants reduced or discontinued medications; they learned how to lower high blood pressure; their chest pain diminished or disappeared; they felt more energetic, happy, and calm; they lost weight while eating more; and blockages in coronary arteries were actually reduced.
Dr Barnard shares information to help reverse heart disease.
The around 700 articles included in this library are original, peer-reviewed research papers, also known as "primary sources". Peer-reviewed papers are those published in journals who use a committee of other scientists to carefully review the author's study methods, analysis, and conclusions, and to provide feedback for improvements before publication. The result are papers whose authors who are rigorously held accountable for their statements.
This free search engine accesses a database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. The United States National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health maintain the database. Features Studies from Scientific literature Including:British Medical Journal (BMJ), American Cancer Society, Nat Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), Int Agency for the Research on Cancer (IARC), World Health Organisation (WHO)Journal of the American Medical Assoc (JAMA), Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI), Frontiers In Cell & Development Biology, Springer
Patients who participated in the 12 week Ornish program showed statistically significant improvements in their total CHOLESTEROL, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides. In fact, patients lowered their LDL-cholesterol levels by an average of 40%.
Genetic Risk, Adherence to a Healthy Lifestyle, and CORONARY DISEASE
Research on FLAVONOIDS received an added impulse with the discovery of the low cardiovascular mortality rate and also prevention of CHD.
Association Between Protein Intake and BLOOD PRESSURE
We examined the ability of patients enrolled in the Lifestyle Heart Trial to sustain intensive lifestyle changes for a total of five years and the effects of these lifestyle changes on coronary HEART DISEASE.
Plant-Based Diet and the Risk of CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE and Mortality: The Million Veteran Program
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