Heart Disease Facts

Heart Disease has been the number one cause of death in America since 1950. This  suggests that treatment of heart disease has not changed substantially in the past 70 years.

The first sign of heart disease is a heart attack or stroke and for some, that first symptom is fatal. This may explain why heart disease remains number one. the signs and symptoms that suggest a heart condition are generally ignored or treated with medication. High blood pressure medication (Amlodepine) is in the top 10 most prescribed. Interestingly, Synthroid is is the top 5 and this medication is for Thyroid, which directly affects heart. 

The most common early symptom of chronic heart disease is high blood pressure. there are many causes of high blood pressure but the most common is vascular inflammation. Inflammation narrows the limen of the blood vessel. The blood pressure increases in response to this resistance. The medical remedy is to reduce the contraction of the heart with drugs to prevent the heart from overworking. the holistic solution is to address the cause of inflammation. Bioflavenoids (rutin, quercitin, Vitamin P, Vitamin C and Vitamin A) are the best nutritional substances address inflammation.

Once you start medication for blood pressure you are on it for life because the cause of the problem is never addressed. Long term use of heart restricting drugs weakens the heart and this ultimately results in heart failure or a chronic weak heart. The medical remedy is actually the cause of heart failure.The Cardiologist rationalizes this result as a necessary evil of the condition. That is, hearts failure is the unfortunate side effect of long term hypertension therapy.   

Heart Disease and Morbidity

Many people suffer from chronic heart disease that ultimately ends with cognitive heart failure or valve failure. Chronic heart disease strips away at quality of life, from a slight limitation in daily activities to complete debility.

The cardiac invalid will likely spend his or her final years suffering and uncomfortable, unable to perform even the easiest tasks like getting dressed or attending to personal hygiene. They all agree that that this is no way to live. If they knew they would end up in this predicament they would have done a better job preparing for old age.


Many of the symptoms associated with a heart condition are vague and non-specific and often attributed to old age or being out of shape.  The cardinal sign of early heart disease is deterioration of physical strength and stamina and libido.


The Heart Sound Recorder (HSR) is an electronic stethoscope the records the sounds of the heart in graphic form. Deviations from normal of the graphic images indicate the influence of stress on the tone, rate and rhythm of the heart.  These early signs are predictive of chronic heart disease. This machine was invented by Dr. Royal Lee in 1937 to prove the efficacy of nutritional therapy. 35 years of clinical research and experience.

What Does The Heart Sound recorder Do?

The Heart Sound Recorder (HSR) detects stress the heart. The HSR is an electronic stethoscope that graphically records the sounds of the heart. It measures  and records tone, rate and rhythm. Deviation from normal is an indication of abnormal stress that can oftentimes be corrected with specific nutritional supplements.

This is a safe and simple procedure that takes about 30 minutes to complete. You will know what you need right away and can start on your healing journey immediately.

The Heart and Nutrition

The heart is a the most important muscle of the body. Like all muscles, it requires nutritional support to function properly. Starve the heart and you weaken the heart. Weaken the heart and you become a cardiac invalid.

The heart is also the fastest organ to respond to nutritional supplementation. Many patients see a significant improvement in their graph within 2 weeks of treatment.

The HSR has proven time and again the need for B-Complex C-Complex and E-Complex vitamins.


Avoiding chronic heart disease is a key to living a long and happy life. If you want to live a long life, you have to prepare to face the challenges of being old and avoiding chronic heart disease is essential.

Stress depletes nutritional reserves and predisposes the heart to disease. Heart disease is often irreversible. Prevention is possible and recommended as an ongoing wellness strategy.

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