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The Silent Heart Killer

Summary: Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for both men AND women in the United States.
Air Date: 6/11/20
Duration: 25:31
Host: David Friedman, ND, DC
Guest Bio: Dr. Joel Kahn

Joel Kahn, MD, FACC of Detroit, Michigan, is a practicing cardiologist, and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine.  He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Michigan Medical School. Known as "America’s Healthy Heart Doc", Dr. Kahn has triple board certification in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine, and Interventional Cardiology.  He was the first physician in the world to certify in Metabolic Cardiology with A4M/MMI and the University of South Florida. He founded the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity in Bingham Farms, MI. 

Dr. Kahn has authored scores of publications in his field including articles, book chapters, and monographs. He writes health articles and has five books in publication including Your Whole Heart Solution, Dead Execs Don’t Get Bonuses and The Plant-Based Solution. His 6th book, Lipoprotein(a): The Heart’s Silent Killer, is about to be published. He has regular appearances on Dr. Phil, The Doctors Show, Dr. Oz, Larry King Now, Joe Rogan Experience, and with Bassem Yousef. He has been awarded a Health Hero award from Detroit Crain’s Business. He owns GreenSpace & Go, a health restaurant in suburban Detroit. He serves as the medical director of the largest plant support group in the USA, PBNSG.

The Silent Heart Killer
Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for both men AND women in the United States.

Cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn joins Dr. Friedman to talk about his new book and a little known cause of heart disease - that can increase the risk for blocked arteries, blood clots, heart attacks and stroke.