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Heart disease remains the #1 killer of men and women in the U.S., claiming nearly one million lives each year—more than ever before, despite recent advances in medical research that are paving the way for us to live longer, healthier lives. Our supercharged modern lifestyle can still damage our hearts and put us in danger of cardiovascular events. The good news is that in most cases, optimal heart health can be achieved without a prescription, but there’s no “magic bullet” or quick fix—reversing and ultimately preventing heart disease requires a long-term, sustainable approach. In The Heart Health Bible, Dr. John M. Kennedy draws on more than 20 years of experience as a preventative and interventional cardiologist to offer an empowering approach to heart health with H-E-A-R-T, a five-point plan to lower your risk of cardiovascular disease:

Dr. Kennedy shows how to incorporate each of these steps into your daily routine, creating a foundation for wellness that can save your life. The Heart Health Bible also includes Dr. Kennedy’s 5 For 1 Diet, featuring heart-healthy foods and recipes, as well as a plan to help parents to start their kids on a heart healthy lifestyle.

John M. Kennedy, MD is a board member of the American Heart Association and a clinical associate professor of cardiology at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Since beginning his practice 20 years ago, he has successfully helped thousands of patients with his pioneering approach to preventative cardiology. Dr. Kennedy lives in Los Angeles, California.

"The information in The Heart Health Bible is outstanding. Dr. Kennedy has wisely designed an easy-to-follow template to optimize your heart health, which is vital to looking and feeling great."

Andrew Ordon, MD, plastic and reconstructive surgeon, co-host of The Doctors and author of Better in Seven

"Dr. Kennedy gives us 5 essential steps to teach and protect our children and help make heart disease a disease of the past."

Jim Sears, MD, pediatrician, co-host of The Doctors and co-author of The Baby Book