The Fast Food Diet is a carry-it-with-you guide that shows time-crunched, dollar-pinched readers how to make smarter, healthier choices at hundreds of sit-down restaurants and fast food chains. By following Dr. Sinatra's low-fat, low-calorie menu selections, anyone can lose weight without abandoning the foods they know and love. There's even a six-week fast food diet plan that makes losing weight and eating healthier easier than ever. Co-authored with Jim Punkre and published by John Wiley & Sons in 2006.
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I’m Integrative Cardiologist and Anti-Aging Specialist Stephen Sinatra. I think out of the box when dealing with health issues. That means I use what works best - conventional medicine, food, supplements, mind/body strategies, natural healing methods - to get the best results.
For 40 years, I’ve applied the latest technology to save lives in emergency situations and utilized common nutritional supplements to prevent emergencies and protect ailing hearts and bodies. Medication and surgery are critical, but overused, and not always necessary.
Whether you are 45 or 85, I have a wealth of information and practical tips to share that will help you look and feel younger, stronger, and more energetic, a state of life that should be the rule and not the exception.
I became certified in nutrition so I could teach patients to eat smart and supplement smart. I can teach you as well, because what you learn will benefit your heart, your weight, your brain function, and your overall health.
I became certified in bioenergetic psychotherapy so I could counsel patients about the mind/body connection. I can advise you as well, how to defuse the lethal danger of stress in daily life and about the importance of finding joy and happiness.
I’ve learned from great healing experts and from my own clinical experience, and to think independently. As a result, I dismiss things I learn along the way that no longer ring true. Such as that cholesterol is the main cause of heart disease. That’s utter baloney.
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