Heart Books Recommended by Forum Members
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With so many people being totally unaware
of Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) as a safe and effective,
FDA approved, non-invasive treatment option available for treatment
of angina and ischemic heart failure, I wholeheartedly recommend the
recently published book, "Heal Your Heart with EECP" by Debra Braverman,
MD. It is an immensely enjoyable and informative read, now available
cover or paperback. Gerald Oros Collinsville, IL email:firstname.lastname@example.org
The "South Beach Heart Program" is an outstanding
source of info and therapy.
Cutting edge. Read with "Track your Plaque" and "No More Heart Disease". These
books will give you hope and a strategy for your future.
For possible alternatives and long term care.
Read "Track your Plaque " by
William Davis and better yet "No More Heart Disease" by Nobel Prize recipient
Dr. Louis Ignarro.
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