No More Heart Disease: How Nitric Oxide Can Prevent - Even Reverse - Heart Disease and Strokes

No More Heart Disease: How Nitric Oxide Can Prevent - Even Reverse - Heart Disease and Strokes


By (author) Louis J. Ignarro

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  • Publisher: Saint Martin's Griffin,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 272 pages
  • Dimensions: 137mm x 208mm x 20mm | 249g
  • Publication date: 28 February 2006
  • Publication City/Country: California
  • ISBN 10: 0312335822
  • ISBN 13: 9780312335823
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 51,043

Product description

Dr. Louis Ignarro discovered lithe molecule of cardiovascular health - Nitric Oxide (NO) - which is produced naturally by the human body and serves as a regulator of blood pressure to help prevent blood clots. The problem is that many people find this out too late, going through life without understanding that this all-important molecule is the difference between healthy living and a heart attack. With all the focus on new diets, Dr. Ignarro's research is all the more vital. In an easy-to-follow plan - which discusses NO friendly foods and informs about supplements to stimulate NO production, he lays out a regimen that age-proofs the cardiovascular system, keeping it clean and the blood vessels strong. The "Say Yes to NO" program allows readers to tap into the body's own cardiovascular drug and discover that the littlest molecule can make a tremendous difference.

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Author information

Dr. Louis J. Ignarro is a Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology at the UCLA School of Medicine. He has developed a supplement called Niteworks that is distributed by Herbalife. He won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1998 for his research on Nitric Oxide.

Review quote

The discovery of Nitric Oxide by Lou Ignarro, and the role that it plays in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, is as important as the discovery of penicillin and insulin.--David Heber, M.D., Ph.D., Director, UCLA Center for Human Nutrition