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 “In Reverse Heart Disease Now, Drs. Sinatra and Roberts have taken preventive cardiology to an entirely new level by introducing innovative strategies for boosting cellular energy while reducing arterial plaque. Also included is a comprehensive, easy to follow program that provides a blueprint for prevention.  If your goal is a long and healthy life, I highly recommend this important and groundbreaking new book.”                                                                   --Nicholas Perricone, M.D., best selling author, The Perricone Prescription and 7 Secrets to Health, Beauty and Longevity

 “A comprehensive and accessible guide to stop the rusting of our arteries so we can live longer and better.”               --Mehmet C. Oz, M.D., author of YOU: The Owner's Manual and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University

 “With this knowledge millions of patients can avoid needless heart attacks and strokes and postpone and often even cancel surgery for blocked blood vessels. Drs Sinatra and Roberts have put their prestige and knowledge to work in this important book.”                                                                                                                                               --Garry Gordon, M.D, D.O., M.D. (H), author of The Omega-3 Miracle

 “A must read for anyone interested in stopping heart disease in its tracks. If you want to live a long and healthy life this is the book for you.”         --Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D., best selling author of Brain Longevity

 “Reverse Heart Disease Now is the number one resource available for reducing the risk of heart disease. As we are all at risk, this comprehensive yet reader friendly text is a must read for everyone.”                                                                                                                      --David Perlmutter, M.D., F.A.C.N., author of The Better Brain Book

“Reverse Heart Disease Now” by Stephen Sinatra MD and James C. Roberts MD with Martin Zucker is a clearly written and authoritative description of the integrative approach to treatment and prevention of heart disease.  The book describes a sound approach to this major health problem in the US and other countries worldwide, supplying a rich source of critical information concerning what the authors term “The New Cardiology.”  This approach is especially valuable because it draws upon conventional surgical and medical treatment of advanced disease, as well as nutritional and holistic measures for prevention.                                                                                                                                                   --Kilmer McCully MD  Chief, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, VA Boston Healthcare System                                                                       Associate ClinicalProf   Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School                                                                                  Dr. McCully was the fir (Dr. McCully was the first researcher to identify Homocysteine as a cause of CV Disease; he stuck with his science and we have a lot of respect we have a lot of respect for this man.)

This book should be required reading by all cardiologists, internists, family practitioners and anyone interested in learning the truth about what causes heart disease and how to prevent as well as treat it.  The authors, both of whom are experienced and well-qualified cardiologists, pull no punches in explaining numerous misconceptions about the contribution of cholesterol to coronary heart disease and the dangers of statins that have been largely suppressed.  Much needed attention is devoted to the emerging role of inflammation, free radical damage, fibrinogen, ferritin, homocysteine, periodontal disease and other topics that may be even more significant risk factors.  In that regard, I was particularly pleased to see the thorough discussion of the role of stress and emotions such as hostility, anger, depression as well as Type A behavior, all of which have been shown to promote heart attacks and their resultant complications.  The reader is skillfully guided through complicated and confusing issues such as which diet is best and the hazards of hormone replacement therapy.  Especially valuable is the comprehensive review of Coenzyme Q10, L-carnitine, vitamins, magnesium, selenium, fish oil and other nutritional supplements that are safe, effective, relatively inexpensive and readily available.  This book is full of useful information on all facets of heart disease, including diagnosis as well as treatment.  It is extremely well written as well as thoroughly referenced for those desiring more details about specific subjects and cannot be recommended too highly.                            --Paul J. Rosch, M.D., F.A.C.P.  President, The American Institute of Stress                                                                                                        Honorary Vice-President              Honorary Vice-President, International Stress Management Association
                                                    Clinical Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry, New York Medical College