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A log of differing opinions on what is heart healthy.

Links to Comparisons of Heart Healthy Diets

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Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven, Nutrition-Based Cure

Steven R. Gundry

Dr. Gundry's Diet Evolution: Turn Off the Genes That Are Killing You--And Your Waistline--And Drop the Weight for Good (2008) Recap on the front page of his website:

The Whole Heart Solution - Joel K. Kahn, MD

Dr. Kahn is focused on the basics of healthy hearts with a few simple steps (prescriptions)

  1. Nutrition: Plant based diet, but not "made in plants", leafy greens, organic, tea
  2. Food Prep: do your own
  3. Fitness: Regular physical activity, walk, stand, workout, intervals
  4. Emotional Health: laugh, breathe, meditate, grounded ... more ...

Nutrition Advice - Joel Fuhrman

The End of Dieting by Joel Fuhrman MD (2014) is focused around whole food nutrition, i.e. Nutritarian.

Health = Nutrients/Calories.

It is possible to measure this with ANDI Food Scores, Aggregate Nutrient Density Index. The focus is to help make the best food choices by ranking foods according to their micronutrient content. (see an ANDI list at Whole Foods)

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Cardiovascular Research

Originally at Scribbles - September 2015

saving some thoughts here

  1. Dr. Mark Houston, Nashville. http://www.hypertensioninstitute.com/health_topics.php
  2. Dr. Weil's Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Vitamins

  1. The Pauling Therapy - ch 7 of Practicing Medicine Without A Licence
  2. Vitamin C and Heart Disease - Owen Richard Fonorow, © 2005 PDF
  3. Andrew Saul the MegaVitamin Man
  4. http://www.drsinatra.com/the-heart-health-benefits-of-vitamin-c/

to do

Mercola.com

Growing your own sprouts:

JJ Virgin - Sugar Impact Diet

Lots of good information here on cutting out sugar.

http://www.sugarimpactdiet.com/docs/QUICK-START-GUIDE-ONLINE-V1.pdf includes the sugar impact scale (low, medium, and high sugar impact) for

  1. Grains, legumes, nuts & seeds
  2. Roots and vegetables
  3. Fruits

Lemon-Aid with glutamine and chia

A good summary and interview video on Mercola.com: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/11/02/high-sugar-impact-diet.aspx

And the other side is exercise:

  1. Burst Training
  2. Resistance training
  3. https://xiser.com/

Dr. Mark Hyman


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