Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Heart-a-facts: Hot off the press -- "Saving Women's Hearts"

With this book -- just released this month -- Dr. Martha Gulati might do for women's hearts and heart health  what Dr. Susan Love did for breasts and breast health.  The book is "Saving Women's Hearts:  How You Can Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease with Natural and Conventional Strategies."

Dr. Gulati is a cardiologist at the Ohio State University Medical Center where she is the director of preventative cardiology and women's cardiovascular health.  Gulati coauthored the book with Sherry Torkos, a holistic pharmacist, author, fitness instructor and lecturer.

The Gulati-Torkos combination presents "the latest information on both the conventional medical approach and the role of natural medicine in preventing heart disease," according to the center's website.  That's a truly holistic approach.

Gulati says the book "examines the unique gender differences for women and provides valuable insight into the screening procedures, diagnosis, treatment options and prevention of heart disease."

“The statistics for heart disease in women are alarming, " Gulati says. "It is the number one killer of women, accounting for one-third of all deaths in women.
Dr. Martha Gulati

“Our goal with this book is to separate the facts from the many myths surrounding heart disease, while encouraging women to become more proactive in guarding their heart health.” 

If there's only one thing you do for your heart during February -- get a copy of this book.  Just click the link on the right.  It would also make a caring gift for girlfriends, moms, grandmas, cousins etc, etc.

This could become the definitive book on women's heart health.

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