Our book, Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain: The Personalized Path to Protect Your Memory, Prevent Heart Attacks, and Strokes, and Avoid Chronic Illness received the 2023 Nautilus Book Award.
For more than 24 years, Nautilus Book Awards has been honoring “Better Books for a Better World,” shining light on a diverse range of visionary books that endeavor to co-create a more resilient, positive future.
Nautilus recognizes four main values: Conscious Living & Sustainability, Health & Wellness, Spiritual Growth, and Social Change & Social Justice. Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain was given the gold award in the Health & Wellness Category. This category celebrates “empowerment, learning and exploring programs that restore and sustain a high level of individual, family and group wellness and vitality.“
About Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain
Did you know that every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. suffers a heart attack or stroke, and every 65 seconds someone develops dementia? The culprit is cardiovascular disease — and rates are soaring in younger, seemingly healthy people. Busting every myth we have about cardiovascular health, including that women are less likely to suffer from heart attacks and strokes, world-renowned cardiovascular specialists Bradley Bale, MD, and Amy Doneen, DNP, have pioneered a lifesaving method to prevent these devastating events — and reverse the disease that causes them.
The BaleDoneen Method transcends the medical silos of cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, and others with a holistic approach designed to protect and optimize the health of the heart, brain, and other vital organs, as well as the blood vessels that supply them. With laser-sharp focus, Bale and Doneen provide the latest research on how your oral health is contributing to the decline of your heart. Captivating and revolutionary, Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain is a unique and comprehensive program to prevent chronic diseases and memory loss in people of all ages regardless of their body type, medical history, or genes. Offering a roadmap to lifelong arterial wellness, it includes:
- Precision medical methods to prevent diseases of aging.
- The best and worst supplements and foods for heart health
- Ten lifestyle changes that lower dementia risk by 35 percent
- Information about genes that raise cardiovascular risk as much as smoking
- The top ten heart attack prevention tips for women