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Books written by Joe Piscatella

Strong Heart, Sharp Mind

STRONG HEART, SHARP MIND presents a cutting-edge, science-based program that teaches readers how to develop the habits and lifestyle practices that improve both heart and brain health. Readers will learn how they can prevent or forestall both the nation’s number-one killer–heart disease–as well as the affliction Americans fear most: Alzheimer’s disease. 
 

Joe is one of the longest-living survivors of coronary bypass surgery (44 years and counting!) and renowned neurologist Marwan Noel Sabbagh, M.D., one of the world's foremost researchers in the fight against Alzheimer’s, employ the latest science and recommendations from other leading-edge thinkers and practitioners, to help readers optimize the connection between cardiac and neuro health—a nexus that until recently has been overlooked as a key to wellness and longevity.

“[Piscatella and Sabbagh] show what’s good for keeping your heart pumping keeps your memories and passions alive. They give you a really great plan to follow. This book can help many and hopefully will help you and yours for years to come.” 
 
MICHAEL ROIZEN, MD, PROFESSOR, CLEVELAND CLINIC LERNER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AT CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY AND NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR
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Prevent, Halt & Reverse Heart Disease

This book is the final word on lifestyle habits and cardiac health. Beginning with assessing cardiac risk (from traditional factors such as cholesterol to newer ones such as C-reactive protein) and covering diet, exercise, stress relief, medications and procedures, this book is a complete guide to the lifestyle changes that can make a life-or-death difference. Medically up-to-date and easy to implement, it is a program that will help readers know what to do and how to do it to increase cardiovascular health.

Co-authored with Dr. Barry Franklin, this cutting-edge book, complete with 109 Life Skill Tips, offers a blue-print for a heart-healthy lifestyle.

 

Scientific Update: 2018

"Finally a book to tell us not just what to do - but how to do it. It’s an incredibly readable, comprehensive and up-to-date guide that belongs in every home library.
 
KATHY BERRA, MSN, NP, STANFORD CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN DISEASE PREVENTION
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Positive Mind,
Healthy Heart

Learn the secrets that Joe Piscatella uses to keep his heart ticking.  One of the longest-living survivors of a cardiac bypass (44 years and counting), Joe knows that the only way to stick with a healthy lifestyle plan is to face every day with resolve and optimism - which he does through the hundreds of inspirations, quotes, tips and stories now collected in POSITIVE MIND, HEALTHY HEART. 

 

This book will help you to move from a "can do" to a "will do" attitude to eat healthy, exercise faithfully and manage stress effectively.

"A gold mine of heart-healthy tips, inspirational stories, and empowering principles...Dig them out!" 
 
BARRY A. FRANKLIN, PH.D., DIRECTOR OF CARDIAC REHABILITATION AND EXERCISE LABORATORIES, WILLIAM BEAUMONT HOSPITAL
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Road to a Healthy Heart

The Road to A Healthy Heart Runs Through The Kitchen will help you to institute and maintain a healthy diet in the real world.  Anyone can eat healthy for a week or two, but how do you keep it up for a lifetime?  

 

This book explains how Joe Piscatella has eaten to achieve 44 years post-bypass surgery.  Based on the principles of the Mediterranean diet, the book provides information on specific cardio-protective foods and offers a style of cooking and eating that combines good health with delicious taste. Bernie's 300 recipes are delicious, healthy, easy-to-prepare, completely family friendly, and analyzed for key nutritional information.  If you could have only one book on healthy eating, this is it!  

 

"This is a splendid book - accurate, practical and with wonderful recipes.  I've collected about 150 books on healthy eating and the Piscatella ones are my favorites." -WILLIAM C. ROBERTS, MD, DIRECTOR, BAYLOR HEART & VASCULAR INSTITUTE, DALLAS, TX   EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
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