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Great Health Guide - - EDITOR'S LETTER -

With the in­crease in heart dis­ease and stroke around the world, Great Health GuideTM is bring­ing you sev­eral pow­er­ful ar­ti­cles dis­cussing th­ese po­ten­tially life-threat­en­ing and de­bil­i­tat­ing chronic dis­eases. The good news is that even if mem­bers of your fam­ily have had heart at­tacks or strokes in the past, this does not mean that you will too. It de­pends upon your lifestyle and healthy habits. There is much re­search in­di­cat­ing that a healthy lifestyle, in­clud­ing ex­cel­lent nu­tri­tion and reg­u­lar ex­er­cise, can en­sure that your life is al­most free from th­ese chronic dis­eases. In this is­sue of Great Health GuideTM, Dr War­rick Bishop, a prom­i­nent car­di­ol­o­gist, writes about Gluten & Heart Health, while As­so­ciate Pro­fes­sor Bruce Camp­bell, Chair of the Stroke Foun­da­tion, pro­vides an in­valu­able con­tri­bu­tion on

Hav­ing a Stroke and how to recog­nise the most com­mon signs of stroke. Our ex­er­cise phys­i­ol­o­gist, Jen­nifer Small­ridge of­fers ex­cel­lent sug­ges­tions in Strokes &

Ex­er­cise, where ex­er­cise can greatly re­duce the risk of ever hav­ing a stroke. To top off the Heart and Brain Health theme, Dr Jenny Brockis, spe­cial­ist in brain per­for­mance, presents

Be So­cial for Bet­ter Brain Health, show­ing how so­cial in­ter­ac­tion can af­fect your brain health and per­for­mance. We do hope you en­joy this is­sue of Great Health GuideTM and are able to ap­ply some of th­ese prac­ti­cal, life-chang­ing ideas to your life. To your great health. Kathryn x

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