Caution: Saving Your Heart Could Cost You Your Mind

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What we need is better health, not more health care.

Based upon recent actions taken by medical professionals, a hidden danger is suspected in their recommended revised standards for blood pressure control and the heart healthy diet. Dr. Rongey, Ph.D., Food Scientist & Nutritionist, has identified factors that, while saving the heart, can adversely affect brain health. He is scheduled to release his new book, "Who Stole My Food and my health?" in March 2007. This is the second book in a series and includes Part II subtitled "Eat to your Happiness and Better Health" and Part III sub titled "The Miracle of Eggs - The best food in the world".

Part II details five simple steps to better health and a sound, proven approach to gain freedom from the chronic diseases. Part III provides information on various foods and the analytical support for making smarter food choices. In researching for this book, problems were identified suggesting that the emphasis on heart healthy diets and changing medical standards for blood pressure may be causal in damaging the brain, resulting in an increased incidence of Alzheimer's and other chronic diseases.

The cause for this disease is not fully known, however; deterioration in parts of the brain is most likely due to malnutrition caused by the heart healthy diet and/or low blood pressure. The question is, how can this deterioration be prevented? Can it be repaired? If either of these is possible, better nutrition is the best choice for repair and returning to the prior standards for blood pressure would help ensure adequate oxygen to the brain.

There is no question that all tissues in the body need to be supplied continuously with an ample supply of nutrients, including oxygen. The tissues not receiving these nutrients on a sustained basis will die in short order.

For more information, comments or questions Dr. Rongey can be contacted at his web site: , by email, or by phone at 714 624-3029.


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