Troubador The Cholesterol Puzzle

Released: 28/09/2017

ISBN: 9781788033336

eISBN: 9781788030212

Format: Paperback/eBook

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The Cholesterol Puzzle

The Hormone Connection

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This book gives you a new angle on the word ‘cholesterol’. It explains how the heart functions and what really causes heart disease. You will learn how to treat it, prevent it and, importantly, how to resolve it... naturally.

This brilliant book arms professionals and laymen alike with a personal understanding of their health and how cholesterol has been hijacked as the bad guy in the face of massive research to the contrary. Together, Dr Dzugan and Jill. D. Davey offer a definitive guide on how to regain control of our health. It opens up a whole new world of truth and logic that will empower everyone to start taking control of their own health and rethink the current destructive paradigm that often exists on the other side of the waiting room. Despite the abundance of statins on the marketplace, cardiovascular disease is still the number-one killer in the Western world. Find out how restorative medicine can solve the issue of high cholesterol - no statins involved! You will learn the myriad of side effects statin drugs cause and, importantly, why they occur because of these drugs. It presents a reason why doctors should think ‘ten times’ before prescribing these drugs and why patients should think ‘twenty times’ before taking them. This book is a must if cholesterol is of concern to you, a loved one, a friend, or if your physician has recommended statins. Get a second opinion and find out how to resolve high cholesterol naturally with bioidentical hormone restorative therapy and enhance your well-being 360 degrees.

I highly recommend that everybody reads this book. Information is power and it's a great tool to take back control over your own body.

I requested this book, because during my last two check-ups and analysis of my blood, it stated that my cholesterol levels were a bit too high. Since I'm still young (late twenties), my physician just told me that I had to be a bit careful with eating sweets and cookies and so.

But my father has had heart problems and has undergone heart surgery last summer. And although I'm exercising more than he does, I still want to take my health into my own hands. And the number one prevention method, in my opinion, is knowledge. Get to know the facts. As stated earlier, knowledge is power. And I prefer to get healthy the natural way, without medication, and with natural solutions.

The book explains how everything is connected in the body and since I've had some hormonal problems in the past, it's great to get to know the facts.

Everything is explained very well in the book, even with some funny bits. But, when you're a worrier or if you are having physical problems, you might want to stay away from the book. Because, yes, it's good to know the facts, but if you freak out easily, you probably will with this book. You don't want to think about all the things that can go wrong in our bodies.

by Nele Vroman


The Cholesterol Puzzle by Jill D. Davey and Sergey Dzugan MD PHD from Matador Publishing is very informative and makes you think about how our bodies actually work. This book is a wealth of information on today's cholesterol crisis and the dangers of the statin drugs used to prevent heart disease believed to be caused by cholesterol. Cholesterol isn't really a problem since the body needs cholesterol and statins are more harmful than a raised cholesterol level. Aging and our hormone levels affect cholesterol levels What's high for one person may not be for another. With the use of bio identical restorative hormone therapy the body can be guided to optimal health. No easy answers in the book but valuable information and a solution for preventing heart disease with Dr Dzugan's therapy.

by Pat Wardle (NetGalley)


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