first osteopathic physician at the Cleveland Clinic. The family moved to
Chicago where Dr. Wolfson was raised and did all of his training. He
received his B.S. in Biology from The University of Illinois with dreams
of following in his father’s footsteps. He then enrolled at Midwestern
University for his medical school training. He did a subsequent
three-year residency in Internal Medicine and three year fellowship in
Cardiology. In his final year, Dr. Wolfson was appointed Chief Fellow.After
finishing his training, Dr. Wolfson moved to Arizona in 2002. He joined
a large cardiology group and was elected as a senior partner in 2006.
After years of angiograms, pacemakers, and other procedures, Dr. Wolfson
met the woman who opened his eyes to the wellness paradigm. Dr. Jack
and Dr. Heather now practice as The Drs. Wolfson.In 2012, Dr.
Wolfson opened his own private practice with the idea of providing
patients in-depth information about their health and the risks and
benefits of all treatments. The focus is to use nutrition,
evidence-based supplements, chemical avoidance, exercise, and relaxation
to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease. Patients seek his
consultation from all over the world.The Drs. Wolfson have two
beautiful boys and live in Arizona. They have a rescue lab-mix named
Sal. They love to hike and bike as a family. They are active soccer
parents. The family eats organic food, grass-fed meats, and wild
seafood. Both boys were born at home and breastfed for over three years.
The Drs. Wolfson practice attachment parenting and co-sleep with their
Itâ€™s undeniable that Americaâ€™s heart disease burden kills 1 in 4 people every year and is the leading cause of death for most ethnicities in the United States according to the CDC. Renowned cardiologist and controversial natural doctor, Jack Wolfson, DO, FACC, contends in his new book, The Paleo Cardiologist (Morgan James Publishing; June 2015; $21.95/$9.99) that poor nutrition and sugar addiction are the true culprits in heart disease with too many people believing that doctor prescribed statins, aspirin and procedures will cure their heart problems â€“ when in fact, they can be deadly. Dr. Wolfsonâ€™s new book contains critical information and flies in the face of conventional cardiology recommendations. According to Wolfson, who has a thriving practice Phoenix, AZ, the keys to good health is Paleo nutrition and a chemical-free lifestyle. This involves cutting out gluten, toxins, sugar, and stress, while increasing healthy fat, organic veggies, physical activity, and evidence-based supplements. The Paleo Cardiologist is no ordinary diet book. It is the comprehensive guide to ultimate health â€“ not only heart health â€“ but also total body health.
Paleo Cardiologist” is about finding the cause of heart problems,
instead of the typical Band-Aid fixes of conventional medicine. The
truth is that heart disease can be prevented naturally and cardiologist
Dr. Jack Wolfson will show you how.
You can trust Dr.
Wolfson. For 16 years he worked as a hospital cardiologist performing
coronary angiograms and pacemakers. After meeting his chiropractic wife,
Dr. Wolfson now runs a very successful, holistic cardiology office.
“The Paleo Cardiologist,” you will learn: 1) Paleo Nutrition is the
food plan for health, 2) The importance of cholesterol to every cell in
the body, 3) How to avoid pharmaceuticals and skip the dangerous
procedures, 4) Why stress is bad for your heart and how to relax, 5) How
to get rid of the chemicals and heavy metals, 6) Sleep is critical for
heart health and how to get more Zâ€™s, 7) The Top 20 supplements for
heart health, 8) The Top 20 blood tests you need
Get informed. Get empowered. Read “The Paleo Cardiologist,” the natural way to heart health.
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