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Are you or a loved one suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease or some other chronic condition? If so, this book may just change your life. Did you know that many ailments considered incurable could be effectively treated through nutrition? Dr. Baxter Montgomery, an experienced cardiologist and expert in nutrition, has the proof in The Food Prescription for Better Health. Filled with sound scientific facts and easy to follow guidelines, this book will help you revolutionize your health. The real story of what healthy food is, dispelling many myths, this book:
- Outlines the poor health condition of Americans
- Describes how proper nutrition is important for optimal health
- Provides a step-by-step approach to reverse your health problems using nutrition
- Shows scientific evidence for the efficacy of the nutrition program ideas presented
Baxter D. Montgomery, MD, FACC serves as clinical assistant professor of medicine in the division of cardiology/clinical cardiac electrophysiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, where he is responsible for teaching doctors who are undergoing subspecialty training in general cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology.
He started researching nutrition’s role in disease reversal and found that plant foods were the common denominator in determining wellness. He has developed a novel food classification system and food prescription program that enables individuals to reverse chronic conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, obesity, and diabetes without medications or surgeries. He has refined this process over the past 10 years with profound positive results in severely ill patients.
- This is a very important book, both for general practitioners and for patients, and it needs to be in the waiting room of every doctor’s office in the country. Dr. Montgomery writes from his heart because he really cares about his patients. Skip the drug store, get this book and you will have the best of all prescriptions. - T. Colin Campbell, PhD
- Modern cardiology has failed. Coronary bypass and stenting has been demonstrated in meta-analysis to do almost nothing to extend lifespan and protect against future heart attacks. Now we have evidence to demonstrate heart disease can be prevented and even reversed through nutritional intervention, averting future heart attacks. - Joel Fuhrman, MD