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Most of us want to live a long, healthy life, but how do we do that? Drawing upon lessons from his own life, Mayo Clinic cardiologist Stephen Kopecky offers a holistic, evidence-based approach to preventing common diseases and chronic illnesses and living a longer life of pleasure and purpose.

In the past century, the leading causes of death around the world have shifted from infectious diseases to long-term chronic illnesses. What’s killing us today isn’t so much flu or tuberculosis, but heart disease and cancer. In fact, more than 1.2 million Americans die from these two diseases each year. Paradoxically, these chronic diseases are a consequence of living longer than ever. But even if we’re living longer, are we living better? The overwhelming number of people now living under the burden of chronic illness indicates otherwise.

After surviving two bouts of cancer, Dr. Stephen Kopecky, M.D set out to discover the behaviors people can adopt to live longer lives free of chronic illnesses and diseases. What he discovered was that the answer lies in just six habits that require small changes to your daily life, but reap big results long-term. From adopting better diet and exercise habits to managing stress and sleep, these behaviors will not only preserve your health, they can improve your quality of living and extend your life. The secret, however, lies not just in the steps themselves but in how you accomplish them.

This book offers in-depth insights on:

  • The best foods to eat and why
  • Increasing physical activity and improving fitness
  • Why your sleep habits matter
  • The dangers of stress and what to do about them
  • The true impact of alcohol and tobacco on our bodies
  • How to make changes that will last a lifetime


After 30 years of research in the field of cardiovascular disease prevention, Dr. Kopecky is sharing what he’s learned from his practice and own personal experience about staying healthy, preventing chronic illnesses, and living younger longer.

 

About the Author

Stephen (Steve) L. Kopecky, M.D., is a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, who specializes in cardiovascular disease prevention and risk factor management. He also serves as the Director of the Statin Intolerance Clinic, where he helps develop treatment plans for patients living with heart disease. In 2013, Dr. Kopecky was the recipient of the Jan J. Kellermann Memorial Award for Distinguished Work in the Field of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention. He also works as a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, for which he has been named one of the Mayo Clinic’s top hospital-based teachers and has received numerous awards for his excellence in teaching.

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  • ISBN: 9781893005679
  • Author: Stephen Kopecky Md
  • Publisher: Mayo Clinic Press
  • Pages: 224
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

Most of us want to live a long, healthy life, but how do we do that? Drawing upon lessons from his own life, Mayo Clinic cardiologist Stephen Kopecky offers a holistic, evidence-based approach to preventing common diseases and chronic illnesses and living a longer life of pleasure and purpose.

In the past century, the leading causes of death around the world have shifted from infectious diseases to long-term chronic illnesses. What’s killing us today isn’t so much flu or tuberculosis, but heart disease and cancer. In fact, more than 1.2 million Americans die from these two diseases each year. Paradoxically, these chronic diseases are a consequence of living longer than ever. But even if we’re living longer, are we living better? The overwhelming number of people now living under the burden of chronic illness indicates otherwise.

After surviving two bouts of cancer, Dr. Stephen Kopecky, M.D set out to discover the behaviors people can adopt to live longer lives free of chronic illnesses and diseases. What he discovered was that the answer lies in just six habits that require small changes to your daily life, but reap big results long-term. From adopting better diet and exercise habits to managing stress and sleep, these behaviors will not only preserve your health, they can improve your quality of living and extend your life. The secret, however, lies not just in the steps themselves but in how you accomplish them.

This book offers in-depth insights on:

  • The best foods to eat and why
  • Increasing physical activity and improving fitness
  • Why your sleep habits matter
  • The dangers of stress and what to do about them
  • The true impact of alcohol and tobacco on our bodies
  • How to make changes that will last a lifetime


After 30 years of research in the field of cardiovascular disease prevention, Dr. Kopecky is sharing what he’s learned from his practice and own personal experience about staying healthy, preventing chronic illnesses, and living younger longer.

 

About the Author

Stephen (Steve) L. Kopecky, M.D., is a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, who specializes in cardiovascular disease prevention and risk factor management. He also serves as the Director of the Statin Intolerance Clinic, where he helps develop treatment plans for patients living with heart disease. In 2013, Dr. Kopecky was the recipient of the Jan J. Kellermann Memorial Award for Distinguished Work in the Field of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention. He also works as a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, for which he has been named one of the Mayo Clinic’s top hospital-based teachers and has received numerous awards for his excellence in teaching.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

 

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