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The New Good Fat, Bad Fat: Lower Your Cholesterol And Reduce...
The New Good Fat, Bad Fat: Lower Your Cholesterol And Reduce Your Odds Of A Heart Attack
 
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Author : Glen C. Griffin William P. Castelli
Publisher : Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN# : 9781555611170
Pages : 264
Price :INR 945
Offer Price:INR 841
 
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Book Description

Youll enjoy 174 delicious recipes as you reduce your saturated-fat and cholesterol intake. Nutritional analysis included.

Easy-to-use tables for all popular foods help you identify and control your intake of saturated fat and cholesterol.

"A book to help everyone set limits on bad fat while choosing good-tasting foods." Stephen R. Covey, Author of The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People

You can greatly reduce your risk of developing heart disease or having a heart attack by keeping track of how much bad fatsaturated fatyou eat everyday. Bad fat causes your body to manufacture cholesterol, which plugs your coronary arteries with fatty deposits and causes heart attacks.

Most of us eat too much bad fat. And so do our children and grandchildren. But if you can count to 10, you can follow a simple plan to reduce the risk of heart attacks in your family.

Drs. Castelli and Griffin have filled this book with helpful tips and encouraging advice that will help you make the change to healthier eating. For those whose cholesterol levels arent moved by changes in diet alone, the doctors discuss the pros and cons of cholesterol-lowering medications.

 

 
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