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by Jr. MD,Richard W. Walker

eBook African-American Healthy: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Health download ISBN: 0757003613
Author: Jr. MD,Richard W. Walker
Publisher: Square One; 1 edition (March 1, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1625 kb
Fb2: 1522 kb
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Alternative Medicine

African-American Healthy book.

African-American Healthy book. As an African-American doctor, Dr. Richard Walker has studied these co It's no secret that African-Americans top the list of groups afflicted by hypertension, stroke, diabetes, heart disease, renal failure, and cancer. What the statistics do not show is the pain, misery, and despair that these conditions create, not only for the individual, but also for family and friends. Richard Walker has studied these conditions among his patients for many years.

As an African-American doctor, Dr. A concise yet critical guide, African-American Healthy offers an important first step towards achieving a healthier, longer life for millions of people. Square One Publishers.

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It's no secret that African-Americans top the list of groups afflicted by hypertension, stroke, diabetes, heart disease, renal failure, and cancer. What the statistics do not show is the pain, misery, and despair that these conditions create, not only for the individual, but also for family and friends. As an African-American doctor, Dr. Richard Walker has studied these conditions among his patients for many years. Now, for the first time, Dr. Walker believes that research has found a commonsense way to prevent, reduce, and possibly eliminate these killers, turning the tide of African-American health.

Dr. Walker begins by looking at the black community's lifestyle, which has radically changed over the centuries, shifting people from hours spent under a blazing sun to a life of minimum sunlight exposure. From there, it is clear that the missing puzzle piece of African-American health is a chronic lack of Vitamin D3. Most important, Dr. Walker explains how this crucial factor can be added to a daily routine along with components such as nutritional supplements, diet, and exercise. He then focuses on each major illness affecting the black community and explores what it is, what its symptoms are, and how the reader can avoid or treat the problem.

A concise yet critical guide, African-American Healthy offers an important first step towards achieving a healthier, longer life for millions of people.

Comments: (7)
Painshade
Good health info! I am already familiar with some of the information in the book. I haven't finished reading, however, it is very helpful info which most Af-Am need to be aware of and educated about so as to make wiser decisions regarding our mental and physical health. If you choose not to be educated about nutrition and the workings of your own body then you will be at the mercy of the medical establishment. Also it's an easy read not complicated at all. Make this book your choice for the new year 2018! Health is the real wealth!
Puchock
The book was very informative on health issues specific to the african american community,where I see limited information on what is beneficial to my community. I heard him speak on a local health radio broadcast and peaked my intrest to further investigate the benefits of vitamin D3 and to purchase the book.
I am eager to share the info with friends, family and co-workers to help in the reduction of so many diseases that disproportionally affect my community.
FailCrew
This book was not what I expected. I was looking for more detail, something to hold my consentration and it did'nt.
Bradeya
Awesome Book ! This book has great info for blacks and hispanics! I enjoyed it so much that I will buy it for my son,daughter.and both of their spouses! I will tell others about this book and give it for gifts, The info was very clear and valuable ! Thank's to the Doctor that wrote this book !
Ishnjurus
Received as promised
Skiletus
Books in good condition.
Qane
Very good price on this book. Arrived quickly.
Though this super health book guide targets African Americans who as a group are afflicted by cardiovascular disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, kidney failure, and cancer much more than any other ethnic group. Richard W. Walker, Jr. provides an insightful easy to follow book that anyone can use. In fact the author makes his case for everyone to follow a healthy lifestyle; as he provides in his easy as "1, 2, D3" self-help book. Dr. Walker explains the different at risk issues and related simple preventative applications that he learned as a physician to mostly African-American patients. He focuses on the impact of obesity and that of Vitamin D deficiency especially on those with high levels of melanin. The change from a culture out in the sun to an inside lifestyle by African-Americans (and many other Americans like me) requires modern day remedies that Dr. Walker offers. As a Sephardic Jew with a relatively high level of melanin, I found the sections on high blood pressure (which I suffer from), stroke and heart attack especially enlightening as did my much whiter skin Ashkenazi husband. Living up to its title, this is an instructive tome that facilitates an uncomplicated approach towards a healthier life.

Harriet Klausner