Harvard Study - Combination Therapy (Medication + Diet) for CHD Reversal
A study by a group of experts fron a hospital associated with the Harvard Medical School brings serious support to or even validates the views that heart disease reversal diets, when combined with medication, yield better results.
The team at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, who conducted the study, concluded that diet helps statin drugs lower cholesterol to even lower levels and that the benefits are additive in nature. The two therapies work independently of each other, this explains why the benefits squarely add-up. These are very good news for patients who mean to reverse the ailment.