The World Health Organization projects the majority of the world's heart attack patients will be Asian Indian within a few years. South Asians, who are predominantly Indians and Pakistanis, make up one-third of the world's population and have the highest prevalence of heart disease and diabetes. Dr. Ronesh Sinha, an internal medicine specialist in Silicon Valley, CA, recipient of the 2013 Silicon Valley Business Journal Health Care hero award, and TEDx speaker, specializes in helping patients of South Asian heritage moderate heart disease risk factors and obesity trends with a comprehensive lifestyle modification approach that has delivered exceptional results. Dr. Sinha's The South Asian Health Solution is the first book to provide an ancestral health-based wellness plan culturally tailored for South Asians. In particular, South Asians living outside of India in countries such as the United States, England, and Canada, show an even greater disease risk due to their immersion into Western dietary and lifestyle habits.
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Would you listen to The South Asian Health Solution again? Why?
The book is filled with so many great health advice, everytime I hear it I learn something new.
What other book might you compare The South Asian Health Solution to and why?
I haven't come across a book focused on South Asian health. In general, I would probably compare it with "How not To Die"
What about Ronesh Sinha, MD’s performance did you like?
With his analogy and right amount of theoretical & practical advice; Dr. Sinha presents a very complex material in a simple to understand manner
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Small changes make big difference
Any additional comments?
I wish to see more such books
Awesome culturally tailored guide. As a physician I really felt the thrust of the argument. Good job