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Ian Marber, nutritional therapist Ian is a regular contributor to the MAIL ON SUNDAY health pages, having published 11 bestselling books on the subject of nutrition. Founder of The Food Doctor nutritional consultancy in London and range of healthy food, he has his own series on The Discovery Health channel, weekly appearances on Channel 4's RICHARD & JUDY and is a regular guest on BBC BREAKFAST and factual programmes. Dr Laura Corr, consultant cardiologist Dr Corr is one of Britain's foremost heart experts and a consultant at Guy's and St Thomas's hospitals with a practice in Harley St . A former associate editor of the European Heart Journal , Dr Corr has published numerous papers on heart disease. She is a regular commentator on heart health on television and radio. Dr Sarah Schenker, dietician Dr Schenker is a member of the British Dietetic Association and has served on numerous professional and government committees. She started her career in the NHS at Guy's and St Thomas' and the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, and most recently provided the recipes for Mimi Spencer's bestselling THE FAST DIET RECIPE BOOK.
The fact is that 60 per cent of Britons have unhealthy cholesterol levels - a key factor in developing heart disease, which claims three times more lives than breast cancer and twice as many as lung cancer. The good news is that lowering your cholesterol is one of the biggest things you can do to reduce your risk. Doctors agree that food is the best approach when it comes to lowering cholesterol. This is not a weight-loss diet but a recipe book based on the very latest medical research into key foods that are proven to have an active role in reducing cholesterol. It's not about cutting anything out but including six food-types: fibres such as beans and pulses, nuts, soya, healthy oils, oats and other beta-glucans, and smartfoods. You still eat cheese, red meat, eggs and shellfish. By incorporating the 'six foods' into your diet, you will be able to reduce your cholesterol by up to 20 per cent in three months. This groundbreaking cookbook combines the latest medical and nutritional information with delicious recipes, all of which contain key cholesterol-lowering ingredients.