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Young Women’s Hearts at Risk By

Recent and archived work by Jane E. Brody for The New York Times

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Heart disease in both males and females is driven by increased inflammation and oxidized LDL particles. You reduce inflammation by following an anti-inflammatory diet for a lifetime and stopping smoking, and you reduce oxidized LDL particles by intakes of high-dose polyphenols.  Prevention is simple, but you have to take action.


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