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Plant-Based Diets: What’s All the Fuss? #ACHACares
Do you know that heart attacks and strokes are the top killers in Western society? Are you aware these risks can be lowered with a whole food plant diet, plus fish? Are you curious about this type of diet? Do you wonder what all the hype is about? Well, eating this way reduces your intake of processed foods, which decreases simple carbohydrates, and increases fiber and diversity in your diet. Not only does this lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, but it also reduces your dependency on medications that control those risk factors. Are you interested in learning more? If so, you don’t want to miss this webinar.

Sponsorship support provided by Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc. and Gilead Sciences.

Sep 11, 2019 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jonathan Ginns, MD
Adult Congenital Heart Disease Cardiologist @Weill Cornell ACHD Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Dr. Ginns was born in Australia, having completed his internship, residency and junior cardiology fellowship in his native country. During his fellowship training in Australia he concentrated on cardiac imaging, cardiac catheterization and the management of adult patients with congenital heart disease (ACHD). He came to the US to pursue further training in interventional cardiology and ACHD and now is an integral member of the adult congenital heart disease program at the Weill Cornell ACHD Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital. His interests include clinical cardiology and echocardiography; he also reads cardiac MRI and CT and performs diagnostic cardiac catheterizations. Dr. Ginns has strong links with patient support organizations and works to increase the recognition of ACHD at the local and national level.
Hooman Yaghoobzadeh, MD
General Cardiologist and Imaging Specialist @Weill Cornell Medical Center and in private practice in New York City
Dr. Yaghoobzadeh's received his MD from the University of Pennsylvania. His interests include preventive cardiology, valvular heart disease, echocardiography and nuclear imaging in cardiology.