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How to Beat the Heart Disease Epidemic Among South Asians: A Prevention…

by FACC Enas A Enas MD

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976995301, Paperback)

People from the Indian subcontinent (India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) have some of the world's highest rates of diabetes and heart disease. This is true even when they have low levels of traditional risk factors such as cholesterol. Even non-smoking Indian vegetarians under the age of 40 who exercise regularly may be at high risk. For the first time, the authors of this groundbreaking, deeply researched book tell you why. They also tell you how you and your family - working with your physician - can prevent, manage and even reverse this dangerous but treatable killer. Check out www.cadiresearch.com for a free download of Chapter One of the book!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:45 -0400)

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