Thomas Edison has proven his remarkable foresight by successfully predicting the essentiality of diet. He was not entirely spot on, however, as he was wrong with his foresight concerning Medicine and Medical Doctors. It seems that doctors of this age have little care for advocating wholeheartedly the importance of diet and bodily maintenance. Statistics dictate that the average American will consume 12 sheep, 15 cows, 24 hogs, 900 chickens and 1000 pounds of fish and/or birds in a single lifetime. Needless to say, this is a staggeringly large figure considering the human body’s capacity. Concerned with the negative ramifications of an unbalanced diet, especially high cholesterol which ultimately leads to cardiac arrest, Dr. Michael Klaper’s offers to share his expertise and insights concerning this American diet and its unhealthy tendencies, as well as some tips to prevent such occurrences.