Boost your cardiovascular health, optimize your mental strength, and prevent and reverse arterial disease with this personalized plan from the founders of the renowned Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center -- "you'll want to read every page" (Amen).
Did you know that every forty seconds, someone in the US suffers a heart attack or stroke, and every sixty-five seconds someone develops dementia? The culprit is cardiovascular disease--and rates are soaring in younger, seemingly healthy people. Busting every myth we have about cardiovascular health, including that women are less likely to suffer from heart attacks and strokes, world-renowned cardiovascular specialists Bradley Bale, MD, and Amy Doneen, DNP, have pioneered a lifesaving method to prevent these devastating events--and reverse the disease that causes them.
The BaleDoneen Method transcends the medical silos of cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, and others with a holistic approach designed to protect and optimize the health of the heart, brain, and other vital organs, as well as the blood vessels that supply them. With laser-sharp focus, Bale and Doneen provide the latest research on how your oral health is contributing to the decline of your heart. Captivating and revolutionary, Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain
is a unique and comprehensive program to prevent chronic diseases and memory loss in people of all ages regardless of their body type, medical history, or genes. Offering a roadmap to lifelong arterial wellness, it includes:
Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain
- Precision medical methods to prevent diseases of aging
- The best and worst supplements and foods for your heart
- Ten lifestyle moves that lower dementia risk by 35 percent
- Information about genes that raise cardiovascular risk as much as smoking
- The top ten heart attack prevention tips for women
will equip you with the knowledge you need to approach your healthcare as an empowered and informed patient.Author:
Bradley Bale, Amy DoneenPublisher:
Little, Brown SparkPublished:
9.30h x 6.00w x 1.80dISBN:
9780316705554Review Citation(s): Library Journal Prepub Alert
08/01/2021 pg. 17
About the Author
Dr. Bradley Bale is an internationally recognized expert in the field of arteriology, a pioneering medical specialty that rapidly adapts the latest peer-reviewed science into clinical practice to optimize the health of the body's 60,000 miles of blood vessels. He is the cofounder and a principal instructor in the BaleDoneen Method for the prevention of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes, which a 2019 Netflix documentary, "Root Cause," hailed as "the premier cardiovascular prevention program in the country." For more than 30 years, Dr. Bale maintained one of the largest primary care practices in Spokane, Washington, where he cofounded the Heart Attack Prevention Clinic with Amy Doneen, DNP in 2003--one of the first such facilities in the U.S. Dr. Bale holds professorships at the Washington State University School of Medicine, University of Kentucky College of Dentistry, and Texas Tech University Health Science Center. His writing has appeared in numerous highly-respected medical journals, and he is a sought-after speaker for conferences and lectures, as well as a go-to interviewee for major media outlets.
Amy L. Doneen, ARNP, DNP is an international leader in the field of arteriology, a groundbreaking medical specialty that harnesses the latest peer-reviewed science to optimize the health of the 60,000 miles of blood vessels in your body that nourish all of your organs, tissues and muscles. Dr. Doneen is the cofounder and a principal instructor in the BaleDoneen Method, practiced by more than 3,600 healthcare providers around the world, and she is the owner and medical director of The Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Center (HASPC) in Spokane, Washington, a highly sought private clinical practice that serves patients from all over the world using the BaleDoneen Method. She holds professorships at Washington State University School of Medicine, University of Kentucky College of Dentistry and Texas Tech University Health Science Center. Her writing has appeared in numerous highly-respected medical journals, and she is a sought-after speaker for conferences and lectures, as well as a go-to interviewee for major media outlets.