Beat the Heart Attack Gene with Amy Doneen
In BEAT THE HEART ATTACK GENE, Bale and Doneen provide readers with tools to partner with their doctors in creating a personal care plan based on their own unique cardiovascular risk factors. Learn about widely available, inexpensive tests that can reliably identify the early signs of cardiovascular disease up to thirty years before it escalates into a silent killer. Learn how to tailor lifestyle changes – including diet, exercise, and supplements – to one’s unique specific conditions and genetic make-up. Illustrated by examples from the authors’ own patients – many of whom had symptoms that were dismissed by prior doctors, or had already undergone bypass surgery and felt they were out of options – Bale and Doneen explain what really causes heart disease, debunking many myths and misconceptions. Co-author and today's guest, Amy Doneen, is the medial director of the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington. Dr. David Naimon hosts.