The South Asian Health Solution

SAHS Cover320 The South Asian Health SolutionThe South Asian Health Solution is the first book to provide an ancestral health-based wellness plan culturally tailored for those of South Asian ancestry living in India, the United States and across the world – a population identified as being at the highest risk for heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and related conditions. Dr. Ronesh Sinha, an internal medicine specialist in California’s Silicon Valley, sees high risk South Asian patients and runs education and wellness programs for corporate clients. He has taken many South Asians out of the high risk, high body mass category and helped them reverse disease risk factors without medications. His comprehensive lifestyle modification approach has been validated by cutting edge medical science and the real-life success stories he profiles throughout the book. Inside you’ll learn:

  • Look beyond LDL to accurately interpret cholesterol and other heart disease risk numbers
  • Modifying cultural traditions that lead to weight gain and disease
  • How to effectively manage sleep, stress and fatigue
  • Specific advice for women, children, and seniors

The South Asian Health Solution explains complex medical circumstances and terminology in an easy to understand voice, allowing you to grasp the how’s and why’s of dietary and lifestyle modification to prevent disease.

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Book Details:

Hardcover: 300 pages
Publish Date: March 1, 2014
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1939563054
ISBN-13: 978-1939563057
Product Dimensions: 1 x 7 x 9 inches

Reviews

  • I’m very excited for this book to be put to ink. My wife (and her family) were born in India and maintain much of their religious-based veganism. I look forward to convincing them of the legitimacy of an ancestral lifestyle, especially since my wife works in corporate disease management (while her M.S. in Health & Wellness looms large during our “debates”).

    TomNovember 17, 2013

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