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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Thirty Days to Natural Blood Pressure Control by David DeRose MD MPH, Greg Steinke MD MPH, and Trudie Li MSN FNP is a timely health tool that can change the lives of millions of people. High blood pressure is a perennial problem and, as I write this, I am well aware that mine isn’t normal. The competitive work environments, the unhealthy habits, and the stress that come with our contemporary culture are strong factors that fuel high blood pressure in individuals. This book is an invaluable tool for people with high blood pressure. Starting off with a general overview of hypertension and its ill effects it has on human beings, the authors move quickly to offer solutions that combine modern medical science and holistic therapies.
Written by experts in the field, Thirty Days to Natural Blood Pressure Control rings with great authority. The message of the book is very clear, and the writers use their backgrounds in medicine, anecdotes, and personal experiences to corroborate the powerful points they make. There is no denying that this is a work that has been perfected through practice. The writing is clear and very accessible; the authors have done a great job by avoiding any jargon that could make the message difficult for their readers. This is the kind of book that everyone should read because it contains therapies that will help readers prevent blood pressure, cure it, and eliminate its effects on their lives. You should read this informative and groundbreaking work if you are looking for a successful fight against high blood pressure.