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Blood Pressure Down By Janet Bond Brill, Ph. D., R.D., LDN
For the 78 million Americans with hypertension, a safe, effective plan for lowering blood pressure without prescription drugs.
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What the Experts Say
Annabelle S. Volgman, MD, FACC, Professor of Medicine, Rush College of Medicine, Medical Director, Rush Heart Center for Women

Once again the brilliant Dr Brill has made the ubiquitous problem of high blood pressure an understandable disease for everyone. She has a knack for making cardiac disease simple to understand and conquer. She respects the medical field for its ability to treat the disease with prescription medications but emphasizes the absolute need for lifestyle changes in addition.

As a very busy cardiologist I am not able to give my patients comprehensive advice to lower their blood pressure through lifestyle change. This book is the ideal tool to supplement a doctor's visit to effectively lower a patient's blood pressure with or without medications.

This book is so comprehensive – it gives guidance on how to monitor one's blood pressure at home, reminds people about stroke symptoms, what type of exercise works best and of course the foods that can lower blood pressure.

The recipes at the end of the book emphasize how delicious a heart healthy diet can be, no deprivation of delicious foods here.

Patients often ask me how they can lower their cholesterol and blood pressure on their own. For years I have recommended Dr. Brill's first book “Cholesterol Down” and now I am happy to recommend this new “Blood Pressure Down” book not just to my patients but for everyone.

Annabelle S. Volgman, MD, FACC
Professor of Medicine, Rush College of Medicine
Medical Director, Rush Heart Center for Women

Jennifer H Mieres, MD, FACC, FASNC, FAHA, Professor of Cardiology & Population Health, Hofstra North Shore, LIJ School of Medicine

"A simple, holistic and achievable 10 step plan that is highly effective in reaching the ideal blood pressure in 4 weeks. Maintaining optimal blood pressure is critical in preventing heart disease and stroke."

Jennifer H Mieres, MD, FACC, FASNC, FAHA
Professor of Cardiology & Population Health
Hofstra North Shore, LIJ School of Medicine

What will I Learn?
Establishing
Establishing a Process
A Unique plan to harness the power of the lifestyle changes.
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Gaining Assurance
High blood pressure is both reversible and preventable. Learn how to reverse and prevent your high BP.
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High Blood Pressure Risks
How BP is the largest risk factor for cardiovascular death, and how you can minimize the risks.
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Easy Steps to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle
How you can adopt the DASH diet, blood pressure power foods like bananas, yogurt, soy, and dark chocolate, as well as exercise and stress reduction
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Heart-Healthy Recipes
50 delicious recipes that make incorporating each step into a heart-healthy lifestyle easy, practical, and never overwhelming.
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Simple, Easy to Understand Instructions
This solid researched program helps you go through the steps with convenient checklists, charts, meal plans
Janet Bond Brill, Ph. D., R.D., LDN Nutrition, Health and Fitness Expert
610.419.0611 | janet@drjanet.com
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Today's Nutrition Tip
Makeover tip for healthier and lighter holiday fare
Gobble, gobble, the HOLIDAYS ARE HERE! Don't let them be a nutritional minefield. Here are some last minute tips for helping you get through these holidays lean and fit: Good: Sweet potatoes, white meat skinless turkey, plain green beans and carrots, cranberries. Watch out: Mashed potatoes, gravy, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, creamy soups, and eggnog.
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