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Jul 11, 2016

The Nutritional Reversal Of Cardiovascular Disease “ Fact Or Fiction? Three Case Reports By Dr. Esselstyn And Dr. Golubic

by Dr. Dan Kalish

The epidemic of cardiovascular disease is nonexistent in cultures, which thrive predominantly on whole foods, plantbased nutrition. Is it logical to assume that patients with this disease would be willing to transition to plant-based nutrition and might this transition halt or reverse the disease? The authors have experience beyond 25 years demonstrating the success of plant-based nutrition in arresting and reversing cardiovascular disease. Nevertheless, the medical community is still skeptical of patients’ adherence and efficacy of this method. We, therefore, report three case histories of carotid, coronary, and peripheral vascular disease. Each case demonstrates disease progression and the failure of the standard cardiovascular approaches in contrast to the prompt, powerful and enduring resolution of disease with whole foods, plant-based nutrition. These outcomes constitute an additional mandate that patients with cardiovascular disease be offered a plant-based option, which is safe, inexpensive, empowering, and has the potential to end cardiovascular disease epidemic. Article from By Dr. Esselstyn And Dr. Golubic [file_download style="2"][download title="The%20Nutritional%20Reversal%20Of%20Cardiovascular%20Disease%20%E2%80%9C%20Fact%20Or%20Fiction%3F%20Three%20Case%20Reports%20By%20Dr.%20Esselstyn%20And%20Dr.%20Golubic" icon="style1-Pdf-64x64.png" file="/sites/default/files/documents/Esselstyn_Three-case-reports_Exp-Clin-Cardiol-July-2014.pdf" package="" level="" new_window="Y"][/download][download title="" icon="style1-Ai-64x64.png" file="" package="" level="" new_window=""][/download][/file_download]
Dr. Dan Kalish

Dr. Dan Kalish

Founder of the Kalish Institute
Dan Kalish, DC, IFMCP, is founder of the Kalish Institute, an online practice implementation training program dedicated to building Integrative and Functional Medicine practices through clinical and business courses.