80% Of All Cardiovascular Disease Is Preventable By A Change In Lifestyle | Kim Williams, MD, T. Colin Campbell, PhD, Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr. MD, Heather Shenkman, MD | The Real Truth About Health

80% Of All Cardiovascular Disease Is Preventable By A Change In Lifestyle

Kim Williams, MD

•Book Foreword – Healthy at Last

T. Colin Campbell, PhD


• Book – China Study

Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr. MD


• Book – Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease

Dr. Heather Shenkman

http://www. drheathershenkman.com

• Book – The Vegan Heart Doctor’s Guide

#PlantBased #Doctors #HeartDisease #Cancer

Dr Kim Williams Sr. is an American cardiologist, professor and author. He has been vegan since 2003; His enthusiasm for plant-based diets is based on his interpretation of medical literature and his own experience lowering his own cholesterol by removing dairy and animal protein. He has board certifications in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases, nuclear medicine, nuclear cardiology, and cardiovascular computed tomography. He has served on the faculty of the Pritzker School of Medicine, the Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan, and at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, where he is the head of the cardiology department. To Contact Dr Williams go to doctors.rush.edu/details/1728/kim-williams-sr-cardiovascular_disease-chicago-oak_park

Dr. T. Colin Campbell, PhD has been dedicated to the science of human health for more than 60 years. His primary focus is on the association between diet and disease, particularly cancer. Although largely known for the China Study — one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted and recognized by The New York Times as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” — Dr. Campbell’s profound impact also includes extensive involvement in education, public policy, and laboratory research. He has delivered hundreds of lectures around the world, and he is the founder of the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and the online Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate in partnership with eCornell. To Contact Dr. T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. go to nutritionstudies.org

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. is a world-renowned surgeon and the acclaimed author of the game-changing book, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven, Nutrition-Based Cure.This Book outlines a groundbreaking program backed by the irrefutable results from Dr. Esselstyn’s 20-year study proving changes in diet and nutrition can cure heart disease. He’s been featured on many television programs and in very popular documentaries on health and nutrition. Dr. Esselstyn and his wife, Ann Crile Esselstyn, have followed a plant-based diet since 1984. Dr. Esselstyn presently directs the cardiovascular prevention and reversal program at The Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute. To Contact Dr. Esselstyn Jr go to DrEsselstyn.com

Dr. Heather Shenkman is an author of her book The Vegan Heart Doctor’s Guide to reversing heart disease, losing weight, and reclaiming your life. If you suffer from heart disease, you are all too familiar with the standard treatment plan of pills, doctor s appointments, and tests. But interventional cardiologist Heather Shenkman, MD, says what happens inside medical offices and hospitals is only a tiny part of what it really takes to heal heart disease. Most conventional doctors barely mention lifestyle. And yet, what you eat and how much you move are central to attaining optimal health. Shenkman says a plant-based diet, plenty of exercise, and a whole-hearted approach to living make up the best prescription of all. And in The Vegan Heart Doctor s Guide to Reversing Heart Disease, Losing Weight, and Reclaiming Your Life, she lays out a simple, manageable protocol for transitioning to a vegan diet and safely leaving your former, sedentary self in the dust. Dr Shenkman is an interventional cardiologist in practice in Tarzana, California. To Contact Dr Heather Shenkman drheathershenkman.com

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