Learn more about keeping your heart healthy and living with conditions like hypertension. Here are some popular titles for further reading.

Understanding High Blood Pressure by Dr. Ashley Sullivan

This popular title provides an overview of hypertension and how to manage the condition and it’s complications by finding the right balance of lifestyle changes and medication.

The China Study by T Colin Campbell and Thomas M Campbell II

This book dives into the findings of the most comprehensive study of nutrition and health ever conducted, the China-Cornell-Oxford Project.

The Haywire Heart by Christopher J. Case, Dr. John Mandrola, and Lennar Zinn

A growing body of research is bringing attention to the relationship between exercise and heart disease. While some exercise is essential for a healthy heart, the authors ask, “How much is too much?”

Outliving Heart Disease by Richard A Stein

The research on heart disease is ever-evolving. Dr. Richard Stein is the director of preventive cardiology at Beth Israel Hospital and offers readers recommendations they can adopt to outlive heart disease.

The Mayo Clinic on High Blood Pressure by Gary L. Schwartz, M.D.

This book from the Mayo Clinic Press offers strategies for living with hypertension and keeping your blood pressure at a healthy level.

The DASH Diet for Hypertension by Mark Jenkins and Thomas Moore

In 1992, the National Institute of Health (NIH) funded research to study dietary interventions to treat hypertension. The result was the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (or DASH) diet. Authors Jenkins and Moore, along with a variety of experts, present a dietary approach (including recipes) for lowering blood pressure.