Sitting down with Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. Esselstyn, now 86 and sharp as ever, was one of the first doctors to insist that his patients adopt a plant-based diet for heart health, and he wants people to know how to live a long and healthy, active, vibrant life. Want a better sex life, healthier, younger organs and to reverse heart disease symptoms? Caldwell Esselstyn was a surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic and treating breast cancer patients when he realized that he was doing nothing to help the future patients, those who were unsuspecting of their condition or who were getting sick even as he tried to save those who arrived at his surgical offices. This led to a practice of helping his patients change their diet. What happened next was something short of a miracle. Heart disease symptoms were held in check and even reversed, among the “compliant” patients who managed to stay on the diet, and he recalls his phone ringing and a patient telling him “Something’s come up! What I learned here will change the way I will eat forever.
Caldwell B Esselstyn. Even if significant angiographic reversal does not occur, patients can still benefit from more subtle improvements in the overall health of their endothelial cells and their capacity to produce nitric oxide, eliminating angina and future CVD events. I want it with your lunch and sandwich. The thing you have to go again is to look at the science. Of course. I have found that the positive response to LIST opens the door for many men to take better care of their overall health and adopt a whole-food, plant-based diet. Erectile dysfunction in young to middle aged men is an indicator that their endothelium is compromised and unable to release enough nitric oxide to produce an adequate blood flow. Or a Thanksgiving lobster? ED is a powerful predictor of future heart events even in men who have no known heart issues.
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Many men think eating plants is “wimpy” because real men hunt, kill and eat meat for its presumed “superior” muscle building protein. The belief that meat is a superior masculine food permeates most gyms, athletic events and bodybuilding websites. Yet despite the growing evidence supporting plant-based nutrition, most men are unwilling to forgo eating meat due to the fear of losing their masculinity. It’s not possible to watch TV without being subjected to numerous commercials devoted to one of the most common conditions for American men today. The popularity of this drug reveals how prevalent erectile dysfunction ED is among men today. Shouldn’t meat preserve and boost manliness? Surely, years of tossing a steak on the grill has nothing to do with this condition; it must just be a consequence of aging! Contrary to popular belief, this condition is not a consequence of aging. This condition can last for 6 or more hours. Image from DrMcDougall.