While most books focus solely on the role of cholesterol in heart disease, Reverse Heart Disease Now draws on new research that points to the surprising other causes. Two leading cardiologists draw on their collective fifty years of clinical cardiology research to show you how to combine the benefits of modern medicine, over-the-counter vitamins and supplements, and simple lifestyle changes to have a healthy heart.Among the leaders in laughter research is Lee Berk, of Loma Linda University in California. ... Miller and his colleagues showed two moviesaviolent scenes from the 1998 movie Saving Private Ryan and the 1996 comedy King Pinato twenty ... The researchers looked specifically at the endothelium and found that blood flow was reduced in fourteen of the twenty volunteers after viewing stressful clips.
|Title||:||Reverse Heart Disease Now|
|Author||:||Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., James C. Roberts, M.D.|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-12-08|