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Summary

Do you take drugs for cholesterol or high blood pressure? Are you looking to avoid a heart attack or stroke?

The Paleo Cardiologist is about finding the cause of heart problems, instead of the typical Band-Aid fixes of conventional medicine. The truth is that heart disease can be prevented naturally, and cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson will show you how.

You can trust Dr. Wolfson. For 16 years, he worked as a hospital cardiologist performing coronary angiograms and pacemakers. After meeting his chiropractic wife, Dr. Wolfson now runs a very successful, holistic cardiology office.

Inside The Paleo Cardiologist, you will learn:

  • 1. Paleo Nutrition is the food plan for health
  • 2. The importance of cholesterol to every cell in the body
  • 3. How to avoid pharmaceuticals and skip the dangerous procedures
  • 4. Why stress is bad for your heart and how to relax
  • 5. How to get rid of the chemicals and heavy metals
  • 6. Sleep is critical for heart health and how to get more Zs
  • 7. The top 20 supplements for heart health
  • 8. The top 20 blood tests you need

Get informed. Get empowered. Listen to The Paleo Cardiologist, the natural way to heart health.

©2015 Jack Wolfson (P)2015 Jack Wolfson

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  • C. Federoff
  • 09-09-16

Read This! Live this, WILL transform your life!!!

15 words fromME are NOT going change your mind here. THIS book can and Should.

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  • Victoria
  • 30-01-17

HOLISTIC HEALTH IS THE WAY TO GO!

I loved this book. Being a chiropractic student myself this is right up my alley. Anyone wanting to live their life to the fullest should check out this book. It can get you on track to a healthy life style and can help you turn a 180 from a world pumping a healthy view into our brains that's furthest from the truth.

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  • Djean
  • 13-09-21

Too many coo-coo personal opinions

The basic nutritional advise was good but nothing I haven't heard before. it was troubling when the author revealed his electrophobia and when he mentioned that he wouldn't let someone with aftershave enter his home. That's when he lost me.

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  • Moon
  • 25-01-21

Worth the read

He’s super knowledgeable, I think everyone should read, beautiful read from an excellent cardiologist, I am 70% carnivores and I love it.

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  • Tomas Nakazato
  • 30-12-20

Supplements, supplements, supplements!

Although this book had useful information, I hated the repetitive "take supplements" recommendation. To be healthy does not mean: "take supplements all your life". Also, the autor promoted "chiropractic" as a miraculously treatment (because his wife is a chiropractor) and he, as an osteopathic physician knew perfectly the limitations of this alternative treatment modality. Good concepts BUT "supplements" and "chiropractic as a miracle" made me feel upset about this book...

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  • Darcomg
  • 16-09-20

its okay

didn't find much about the paleo diet but did notice several by my products in the audio.

want more details about following a paleo diet. maybe i was expecting too much.

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  • MZ
  • 15-10-19

wake up call to health

very informative, makes you more aware of your surroundings in every aspect of your life . I love how the Paleo Cardiologist does not try to gently disagree with the SICKCARE system . He is a strong force of good health and doesn't care about the old way of treating people . he is looking for the healthiest way and the only way to better health .I love this book !

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 16-05-18

Not just for cardiology patients!

I read this book because my husband has a heart problem and I didn't like the idea of just medicating him and leaving him to slowly get worse. I learned natural ways to help him, and to help me! The book is laid out well, the science is easy to understand, and all of the advice is practical and doable. I'm more optimistic about our family's future after reading this book!

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  • Daniel C King
  • 10-12-17

Valuable Book, worth the read.

Would you listen to The Paleo Cardiologist again? Why?

No, once I listen to a non-fiction book like this, if I like the book, then I order the print version for reference. Especially for a book like this, with lists and recipes.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Paleo Cardiologist?

Author is a cardiologist who is now practicing Functional Medicine and he gives a good overview of and rationale for Functional Medicine principles.

Did Marcus Freeman do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

The Narrator Marcus Freeman, does not know how to pronounce many of the technical and medical terms, which is distracting. And there is a technical issues where the narration skips a small section of the book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-08-17

Overall great book but had some errors

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I would listen to the Paleo cardiologist again. It was very well researched and looked at natural health from a cardiology standpoint which was interesting. I gave the book 4 stars instead of 5 because there were a few errors in the book.
1. The author states that squash and zucchini are part of the nightshade family which they are not.
2. This isn't really an error more of a bad way to write things. In one section of the book he talks about the great work of Dr. Weston Price and than pretty much in the same breath talks about how bad dairy is. Dr. Price observed huge health benefits from RAW dairy but the author doesn't mention this.
3. The author mentions that lab animals live in deplorable conditions. This is completely wrong. I have been working with lab animals for almost 10 years and it is a misconception that these animals are treated poorly. These animals are treated amazingly well and live in clean and comfortable conditions. They are anything but 'deplorable.'
Finally not an error but a comment, this book suggests many things but many of the suggestions would be too expensive for most people to implement.

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