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In Your Cholesterol Matters Dr. Furman wants you to understand what your cholesterol numbers mean, how best to change levels of both the "lethal" LDL cholesterol and "hero" HDL cholesterol, and how to adjust your lifestyles in order to stay off of expensive medications that don't address the whole problem (and often have negative health-impacting side effects). Not only will Dr. Furman's advice make you healthier in the short term, it will also enable you to have more control over the aging process, allowing you to a live longer, better life.
Number of Pages: 208
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Cindy5 Stars Out Of 5The Prescription for Life by Richard Furman, M.D.October 8, 2017CindyQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I have read many books on the latest research about eating healthy and healing our bodies with food rather than medicines. I was impressed with Dr. Furman's approach and appreciated the forthright way in which he addressed the dilemma that many Americans are facing with choosing the standard American diet. I liked the specific and clear cut methods that he lays out to help his reader immediately begin to take charge. This book is one I plan to share with everyone I know that wants to do something about improving their lives through better health.
Angela SuzanneAge: 18-24Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5Didn't like the writing styleMarch 12, 2017Angela SuzanneAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3This book has some good points, but I didn't really like the writing style. I found Furman simplified things too much and came off a little condescending. I felt like he had a superior air about him when talking about people's choices and how he makes the correct one but most people make the wrong ones. He kept mentioning the medical research, but I found that he didn't give the medical research, instead he talked specifically about his practice and his experiences. Personally, I would have liked if he had actually used the research and maybe used his practice and experiences to further explain it.