A Cardiologist’s Guide to Anti-Aging, Antioxidants & Resveratrol.
Is it really possible to prevent heart disease and other devastating chronic illnesses as you age—without medication and surgery? Dr. William Gruss, M.D., a practicing cardiologist, says it is—and he cites over 200 published research papers to prove it in his new book A Cardiologist’s Guide to Anti-Aging, Antioxidants & Resveratrol.
In the book, Dr. Gruss explains how to reduce risk your risk of dying from heart disease by 40%, reduce your risk of cancer by up to 77%, reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s, diabetes and other chronic diseases and how you may even extend your lifespan. He explains in easy-to-understand language the real causes of chronic illness and what you can do to avoid them.
“Most practicing physicians don’t have the time to do this kind of research,” says Dr. Gruss. “I wrote this book to help people live a longer, healthier life—and also to inform their doctors about the cutting-edge research on anti-aging and chronic illness.”
Dr. Gruss is concerned that although research scientists have proven the connection between inflammation and oxidation and chronic diseases, many doctors aren’t getting the message. “Once you realize that all chronic diseases are caused by the same two things—oxidation and inflammation—you can start to do something about it,” says Dr. Gruss. (See The Gout Report in this issue.) What Dr. Gruss suggests you do is take a combination of five natural “super” supplements combined with some simple lifestyle changes.
One of the “super” supplements that Dr. Gruss recommends is resveratrol. Resveratrol, a compound found in red wine, red wine extract, grapes and a few other plants, has been in the news recently as an anti-aging “miracle.” Dr. Gruss thoroughly reviews the scientific literature on resveratrol and uncovers some astonishing research that has not yet hit the headlines.
“The work at Harvard on anti-aging and resveratrol is certainly exciting,” says Dr. Gruss. “However, as a cardiologist, I am equally excited about the use of resveratrol to prevent damage from heart attacks and strokes. Believe me, your doctor is not going to hear about this from the pharmaceutical companies.”
One of the most startling “secrets” revealed by Dr. Gruss in the book is the use of the antioxidant supplement alpha lipoic acid to successfully treat diabetic neuropathy. “The scientific evidence strongly supports the use of this natural supplement to help reduce the pain and numbness suffered by many diabetics,” he states.
Another highlight of the book is Dr. Gruss’s natural approach to reducing the risk of cancer. “People are so afraid of cancer they become apathetic. They think there’s nothing they can do to prevent it. Fortunately, that’s not true. You can reduce your risk of cancer significantly by a few simple lifestyle changes and the right natural supplements.”
“I don’t believe there is another book on the market like this,” concludes Dr. Gruss. “It presents the truth about what is really causing our epidemic of chronic diseases—and what you can do about it. There are very strong economic interests that do not want this information published and may attack me and the book. However, I am confident in the scientific evidence I present. As a physician, I believe my first duty is to help people be healthy.”
A Cardiologist’s Guide to Anti-Aging, Antioxidants and Resveratrol is available from http://www.naturalhealthnewsreport.com/ or call 1-800-917-8914 (Florida residents call 1-561-750-4133) to place your order now.