Promoting Health, Preventing Premature Aging and Reducing the Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death
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Omega-3 fatty acids can limit the inflammation that is the underlying cause of many severe diseases of modern civilization, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The Omega-Factor: Promoting Health, Preventing Premature Aging and Reducing the Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death presents information on the mechanisms whereby inflammation damages organs and the blood vessels serving them, as well as the hard science on the mechanisms by which the omega-3 fatty acids protect those tissues. It also features peer-reviewed evidence from clinical trials on these topics.
The book gives cutting-edge information from state-of-the-art developments such as the test that can be done to measure the Omega 3 status of one’s own tissues, the “Omega 3 Index”, which can give many years of early warning so that one can take preventive steps and decrease the odds of a heart attack, stroke, or kidney disease. It explains why a Mediterranean diet plan rich in omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids is protective, and it features a six-day meal plan with recipes that will improve body levels of omega 3s. This book helps readers understand the differences between various sources of omega-3 fatty acids, namely flax seed vs. fish oil vs. algae-derived oils.
• Provides evidence-based information on why blood vessels require omega-3 fatty acids to maintain health.
• Details best sources of the various fatty acids, including plant-based sources.
• Includes “at-home tests” to assess cardiovascular status.
• Presents literature to how to improve chances of avoiding heart attacks, peripheral arterial disease, strokes, kidney disease, and Type-2 Diabetes.
The Omega-Factor: Promoting Health, Preventing Premature Aging and Reducing the Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death is an essential resource for healthcare professionals, clinicians, and dietitians, as well as for the reader who aims to achieve the goal of a much longer health-span, not just a longer lifespan.
Table of Contents
The Omega Factor. Diet in Okinawa. Omegas Strengthen Blood Vessels and Heart. Omega-3s and Hypertension, Atherosclerosis, and Type 2 Diabetes. Peripheral Artery Disease, Arthritis, Chronic Kidney Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Glaucoma, Age-Related Macular Degeneration, and Mild Cognitive Impairment in Aging. Flax. Flax Supplementation at Home. Fish and Marine Derived Foods. Determining Omega-3 Content of Meals and Six Day Meal Plan.
Robert Fried, PhD, is a cardiovascular physiologist and NY State Licensed Clinical Psychologist. He is Emeritus Professor, doctoral faculty in Behavioral Neurosciences, City University of New York (CUNY). He has published more than a dozen academic and trade books on cardiovascular health, nutrition, and human sexuality, and more than 50 peer-reviewed scientific journal publications. Dr. Fried holds several US Patents in biomedical instrumentation and he is listed in the year 2000 (Century) Marquis’ Who’s Who.
Richard M Carlton, MD is an integrative physician who includes complementary and alternative approaches in the treatment of numerous medical problems, including migraines, inflammatory bowel disease, and diabetes. He is Formerly Principal Staff Physician, Rehabilitation Research Institute (RRI), ICD-International Center for the Disabled, New York, NY.