|Hy on Life: A Second Chance to Live
by Hy Rubin, 90 page perfect bound, ISBN 1-931575-26-6 US $9.95 + $4.00
S&H and Canada $14.95 + $6.00 S&H. This is a story about
the author who grew into adulthood with coronary heart disease and how
he dealt with a heart attack and changed his lifestyle through diet, exercise
and a positive healthy mental attitude. This book is an excellent
road map for those who may have to or are already dealing with heart disease.
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At 38 years of age he had a major heart attack and three years later he had a double bypass on May 8,1972, when it wasn’t fashionable as it seems to be today. He lets the reader know how he went through his heart attack in detail and he tells of his catheterization and bypass operation. He also went into arrhythmias four different times in 1971, 1975, 1980 and 1985 called ventricular tachycardia, which is a rapid heart beat of about 220 times a minute.
He slowly changed his lifestyle to change his diet and exercise on a consistent basis. He turned his life around with a positive healthy mental attitude and being upbeat about his future. He is now a young 71 years and is still working as a CPA in his own accounting practice with no retirement in sight. He gives you in detail his current diet and describes his exercise routine and gives advice to follow to live a healthy life.
He thought about what he went through in life and honestly believes if he lived his life as he is living it now, he probably would never had his heart attack and bypass surgery.
Everyone has a choice on their way of life. He originally chose the incorrect way. Fortunately, he was able to make a positive change in his lifestyle, which finally proved to be the right choice. Everyone needs improvement in their life and this book will give enough insight to live a healthy lifestyle.
About the Author
He was past President of the South Shore chapter of the Mended Hearts,
an organization throughout the country made up of individuals who have
had heart surgery. He also was the Treasurer 0f the American Heart Assn,
the South Shore Chapter in Mass.