The likely cause of your eventual death will be heart related. Unfortunately, that cause of death is happening at ever increasingly younger ages!

Science is also finding that a heart attack can happen gradually over several hours. In these cases, the individuals often don’t realize that they’re experiencing a heart attack and do not seek treatment. This inevitably leads to permanent heart damage or worse.

In another recent study, it was found that women ages 40-64 who used antibiotics had a significantly elevated risk of developing Cardiovascular Disease (CVD). How many rounds of antibiotics have you used?

The medical community would have you believe that taking a cholesterol drug that reduces your numbers and taking a blood pressure drug that reduces your numbers helps to prevent CVD—and even though the ‘normal’ ranges of these markers is increasingly lowered cardiovascular disease remains the #1 killer of Americans of both genders!

Cardiologists would have you believe that passing a stress test or that your ejection fraction is on par indicates great heart health. Still, every day patients who have passed these tests with flying colors drop dead of a sudden (or gradual) heart attack.

What can you do to help avoid this?

The heart is a muscle. Like any muscle, it can become flabby. Think about it; is your butt more tone now than when you were 20? With stress tests run by a cardiologist what is being looked at is if the ventricles of the heart are functioning properly, if the expected amount of blood is being pumped through them, etc. Looking at the heart in this way is an excellent way to identify if you have a diseased heart such as mitral valve prolapse or ejection fracture which could signal heart failure. In plain words your cardiologist is looking for a diagnosable, pathological disease condition!

However, if you are serious about preventing heart disease the question to ask yourself is…

What precedes these diseased conditions?

Well, that brings me back to your butt.  Just like your butt may be flabbier than in your 20’s, so too your heart is flabbier. It’s called loss of tonicity. That loss of tonicity is the signal, the first step towards heart disease. It is the signal towards degenerating health of your entire body regardless of your age.

This loss of heart tonicity is not currently identified through medical testing. The reason is because it cannot be treated with prescription drugs or surgery. It can only be supported through diet, nutritional supplementation and lifestyle improvements.

How would you know if you have a tonicity problem in your heart muscle?

You wouldn’t. That’s why it typically progresses to a serious health crisis such as cardiovascular disease, heart attack, stroke, or congestive heart failure.

However, I have very good news!

For some time now we’ve used a piece of heart testing equipment in our office on new patients called a Heart Sound Recorder (HSR). The HSR uses an extremely sensitive microphone, called a seismic microphone, to listen to the function of all four valves of your heart for 2.5 minutes. This information is then run through a complex algorithm to visibly show if there are even the slightest abnormalities. It identifies how ‘toned’ your heart is.

This is a huge leap in being able to prevent potential heart dysfunction in the future by improving the tonicity of the heart and overall health of your body.  With this technology, we can very accurately identify if the diet, nutritional supplementation and lifestyle adjustments that you’re making are having a real improvement on your heart or not.

I encourage you to schedule your HSR appointment immediately and be proactive in your fight against heart disease. In addition, you can make an appointment for you family member(s) to have a HSR test even if they are not currently a patient.

Hey, what about the patient that burst into tears?!?

Oh, yeah! The medical doctor informed her that heart tissue and arteries were regenerating. That her heart was no longer in congestive failure and that was just not medically possible! This is a true story of one of my clients and it could be a similar story you hear yourself!

You can schedule a HSR test by calling our office at 361-575-4683 or clicking here: