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The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet
Bob Arnot
0316051098
Jan 1998
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Book Review
Until recently, there was little women could do to prevent breast cancer. After years of research, nutrition is emerging as one of the most important weapons to fight this deadly disease. Now, in The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet: The Powerful Foods, Supplements and Drugs That Can Save Your Life, Dr. Bob Arnot, author of the bestselling Dr. Bob Arnot's Revolutionary Weight Control Program, provides a powerful, safe, easy-to-follow diet that can actually transform the structure of the breast and alter the flow of hormones that induce breast cancer. Arnot, NBC News chief medical correspondent, integrates and clearly explains the latest and most important breast cancer research from around the world. He gives 12 detailed steps to prevent breast cancer and provides specific cancer-prevention strategies for premenopausal and...


Dr. Bob Arnot's Revolutionary Weight Control Program
Robert Burns Arnot
0641508727

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Seven Steps to Stop a Heart Attack
Dr Bob Arnot
0743225597
Dec 2005
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From Publishers Weekly
Not only is heart disease the number one cause of death in America, it's also a problem that can frequently be prevented. Tragically, however, one of its first symptoms is often sudden, unexpected death from a heart attack. In his ninth book (after The Breast Health Cookbook; The Prostate Cancer Protection Plan; etc.), Arnot aims to give readers the tools to ensure they're not among the patients who "fall through the cracks." He outlines his seven steps in straightforward chapters on detecting warning signs, determining risk, taking medication and more. Incorporating the sometimes contradictory opinions of various medical experts, he puts the responsibility of making an informed decision into readers' hands, explaining that physicians may miss telltale signs and hospitals may not be ready to deal with a...


Wear and Tear
Bob Arnot
0743225562
Jan 2004
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Review
Robert PritikinDirector of the Pritikin Longevity CenterBob's cutting-edge thinking offers new reasons to consider adopting a healthier lifestyle, and I'm all for that!
Charlie RoseI don't know anyone in better shape physically or mentally than Dr. Bob.
Dr. Dean OrnishPresident and director of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute Dr. Bob Arnot's approach is one of the most comprehensive and useful.

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Dr. Dean Ornish President and director of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute Dr. Bob Arnot's approach is one of the most comprehensive and useful.

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Seven Steps to Stop a Heart Attack
Bob Arnot
0743225570
Jan 2005
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From Publishers Weekly
Not only is heart disease the number one cause of death in America, it's also a problem that can frequently be prevented. Tragically, however, one of its first symptoms is often sudden, unexpected death from a heart attack. In his ninth book (after The Breast Health Cookbook; The Prostate Cancer Protection Plan; etc.), Arnot aims to give readers the tools to ensure they're not among the patients who "fall through the cracks." He outlines his seven steps in straightforward chapters on detecting warning signs, determining risk, taking medication and more. Incorporating the sometimes contradictory opinions of various medical experts, he puts the responsibility of making an informed decision into readers' hands, explaining that physicians may miss telltale signs and hospitals may not be ready to deal with a...


The Prostate Cancer Protection Plan
Bob Arnot
0316051136
Jan 2000
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Book Description
Not only for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer but also for men who wish to decrease the risk of developing the disease, this book - with its focus on nutrition and lifestyle improvements - offers hope, expert advice, and a simple, sensible program for staving off a dread killer.

About the Author
Dr. Bob Arnot is the chief medical correspondent for NBC News. He is the author of the #1 bestseller The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet, as well as The Biology of Success, Dr. Bob Arnot's Revolutionary Weight Control Program, and Dr. Bob Arnot's Guide to Turning Back the Clock.


A-Z Guide to Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions: Improve Your Health and Avoid Side Effects when Using Common Medications and Natural Supplements Together
Alan R. Gaby (Editor)
0307336646
February 2006
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Review
“This comprehensive review of drug-nutrient interactions—by far the most exhaustive of its kind—is an invaluable tool for consumers and professionals, integrating the worlds of conventional and alternative medicine.”—Julian Whitaker, M.D., editor of Health & Healing newsletter

“An essential resource.”—Joe Graedon, M.S., author of The People’s Pharmacy

Book Description
Know the Side Effects and Protect Your Health

If you’re among the millions of people taking prescription and over-the-counter drugs, as well as vitamins and natural medicines, you need to know which combinations are potentially helpful and which can be extremely dangerous. The A–Z Guide to Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions...


The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet
Robert Arnot
0316051144
Oct 1998
Hardcover
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Book Review
Until recently, there was little women could do to prevent breast cancer. After years of research, nutrition is emerging as one of the most important weapons to fight this deadly disease. Now, in The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet: The Powerful Foods, Supplements and Drugs That Can Save Your Life, Dr. Bob Arnot, author of the bestselling Dr. Bob Arnot's Revolutionary Weight Control Program, provides a powerful, safe, easy-to-follow diet that can actually transform the structure of the breast and alter the flow of hormones that induce breast cancer. Arnot, NBC News chief medical correspondent, integrates and clearly explains the latest and most important breast cancer research from around the world. He gives 12 detailed steps to prevent breast cancer and provides specific cancer-prevention strategies for premenopausal and...


Dr. Bob Arnot's Revolutionary Weight Control Program
Robert Arnot
0316051675
May 1998
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Amazon.com
"Dieting is like holding your breath," NBC News medical correspondent Bob Arnot writes in his introduction. "You can only do it so long." His book details ways to eat a lot of food but still get lean. He recommends long lists of "hard" foods--those that your body has to work to process and put to use--and "soft" foods, which make you fat. There's also quite a bit about using foods to manipulate the neurotransmitters that control moods, like serotonin, which can make us feel good about ourselves, and dopamine, which makes some feel alert and productive. A well-written and thorough dietary sourcebook. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


Dr. Bob Arnot's Guide to Turning Back the Clock
Robert Arnot
0316051748
Apr 1996
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Book Review
Let's say you're a 50-, 40-, or even 30-year-old man. Maybe you want to evict that donut of fat that's moved into the space where your waist used to be, or it could be that the hike upstairs has you rethinking that downstairs bathroom you never installed, or perhaps you just saw a picture of your 19-year-old self in your football uniform. Or maybe you just want to be healthier and fitter than you already are. Well, you can be--and Dr. Bob will tell you exactly how to do it, with an engaging writing style, vast enthusiasm, and an emphasis on fast results.

In this for-men-only book (because "It has become politically incorrect for men to write books for women"), Dr. Bob Arnot--of NBC News medical correspondent fame--will convince even the most committed sloth that a 25-year-old body can be only months away....



Wear and Tear
Bob Arnot
0743225554
Jan 2003
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
According to Arnot, author of The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet and NBC's chief medical correspondent, with aging comes damage to joints along with aches, pains and reduced flexibility. This situation is made worse for those who have sustained injuries over the course of an active life and for those who are overweight. Arnot offers helpful strategies to help prevent arthritis and minimize further joint damage. Although he sees a role for medications including NSAIDS, aspirin and COX-2 inhibitors to assist with pain, he cautions against overuse and suggests that they be used in combination with topical analgesics. Arnot is a firm believer in yoga and in exercise that builds muscle strength in order to restore joint health; he offers useful descriptions of joint-friendly sports such as bicycling, walking and...


Reclaiming William Morris: Englishness, Sublimity, and the Rhetoric of Dissent
Michelle Weinroth
0773514392
January 1997
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