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Orion Food & Drink TPB May £16.99 192pp Full colour throughout 978 1 409 15207 1 eBook: 978 1 409 15208 8 / £16.99

Advice from the experts on how to keep eating the foods you love, including cheese, eggs, red meat and shellfish while lowering your cholesterol.

IAN MARBER, DR LAURA CORR, DR SARAH SCHENKER Eat Your Way to Lower Cholesterol Recipes to reduce cholesterol by up to 20% in under three months

Delicious, cholesterol-lowering recipes from the experts. The fact is that 60% of Britons have unhealthy cholesterol levels and experts agree that food is one of the most effective approaches when it comes to lowering cholesterol. In this book, nutrition expert Ian Marber and Dr Laura Corr identify six foods – fibre, healthy oils, oats, smart foods, nuts, soya – that are proven to help lower cholesterol by up to 20% in just three months. This groundbreaking cookbook combines the latest medical and nutritional research with tasty, easy-to-prepare recipes, each containing key cholesterol-lowering ingredients. Ian Marber is a nutritional therapist and a regular contributor to the Mail on Sunday health pages, having published 11 bestselling books on the subject of nutrition. 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. Dr Laura Corr is a consultant cardiologist and one of Britain’s foremost heart experts; she is a consultant at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals with a practice in Harley Street. A former associate editor of the European Heart Journal, Dr Corr has published numerous papers on heart disease. Dr Sarah Schenker is a dietician and member of the British Dietetic Association. 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.

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Location: London, UK Available for interview www.ianmarber.com @IanMarber www.sarahschenker.co.uk @SarahSchenker

Orion Non-Fiction • May 2014

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