The Amazing Way to Reverse Heart Disease

$30.00

Millions of Americans are harboring unaware a condition that can rob them or kill them outright—hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, the most common form of heart disease. Even when hypertension is diagnosed, treatment is usually based on drugs, most with dismal side effects, expensive, and limited usefulness. Dr. Eric Braverman’s program can open the way to the longer and better-enjoyed life that high blood pressure and heart disease are silently waiting to steal from us.

Reverse heart disease today!

Description

Description

  • 198 page, softcover
  • Available in English
  • Dr. Braverman, considered one of the nation’s most innovative physicians, has developed a program for lowering blood pressure and reversing heart disease. With extensive research and clinical experience, Dr. Braverman combines the latest advances in conventional and natural approaches to heart disease.
  • With Dr. Braverman’s 30 to 90-day program, patients have lowered their blood pressure and, in some case, even reversed the course of existing heart disease!
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Additional information

Weight 0.7 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .04 in
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    • Is this book a softcover or hardcover edition?
      Currently we are only offering a softcover version of The Amazing Way to Reverse Heart Disease.
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      Benny Hinn Ministries does not offer this book in a digital format.
    • What languages are available for this book?
      Currently this book is available in English.

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