What Is A Heart Sound Recorder?

The principle of this completely non-invasive general wellness product is based on the most iconic health device of all times for assessment of the human heart: the stethoscope. It does not diagnose or treat disease, but instead tracks the heart activity level.

Our heart beats about a 100,000 times a day. The difference between today and yesterday is a 100,000 beats of the heart. Heart is the most nutritionally responsive of all of the 78 organs found in the human body. Likewise, it is the organ most negatively impacted by faulty nutrition. Three parameters measure the functional efficiency of the heart: RATE, RHYTHM and TONE. Those three variables can help determine what foods, nutrient complexes, enzymes, minerals, oils and fats potentiate the most dynamic organ to last for over a hundred years.

George Goodheart, DC considered the heart to be “the best proxy of nutritional status of the entire body. It receives the complete blood supply every minute and gets first choice of what is available.” Our heart, being the most important organ in the body, is also very susceptible to be effected by certain vitamin and minerals deficiencies. Supplying these missing vitamins and minerals sometimes has an immediate positive effect on the rate, rhythm and tone of the heart muscle as measured by the heart sound recorder.

Owing to its highly electrical nature, muscular shape and structure, and its massive blood supply, the heart is the most responsive, repairable, and restorative tissue in the body. Then why do so many people die from failure of the most repairable organ? What principles are ignored? What nutrients and phytochemicals demonstrate high propensity for repair and maintenance of the vast cardiovascular systems network of living tissue?

Heart attack statistics is pretty grim:  There are 525,600 minutes per year. Same number as deaths by heart attack. There are approximately 1,600,000 heart attacks per year both fatal and non-fatal.

“It’s not always fully appreciated that the majority of Americans will die as a result of a blood clot in either their heart or their brain,” says senior author Robert Flaumenhaft, an investigator in the Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis at BIDMC and associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. “Approximately half of all morbidity and mortality in the United States can be attributed to heart attack or stroke”.

Dr Royal Lee, the intellectual giant that contributed to our contemporary high standard of living and knowledge of human nutrition, had this to say about the function of the heart and appropriate nutrition in 1956:

“Any doctor who has a cardiograph can run a check on your heart and detect certain vitamin deficiencies if they are present. It’s also very interesting fact that you could supply these vitamins that are shown to be missing and run a new recording of the heart sound inside of ten minutes and they’re gone. The troubles have disappeared, temporarily. You’ve supplied the nutrition for which the body was starving and symptoms will disappear when you supply the food. One of these interesting situations is the deficiency of this Vitamin F group, this unsaturated fatty acid. It’s the one that prevents cholesterol trouble. It’s also the one that metabolizes and distributes calcium to the tissues. Without calcium your muscles get easily fatigued. It’s the first thing to think of is calcium when we talk to someone who says they are tired all the time.

Now when the heart is deprived of that calcium from the lack of this vitamin F, the heart contraction collapses before it’s finished. It doesn’t give the blood a good boost.

So, that they’re very easy to detect in these cardiographs. If the second sound is missing the patient needs unsaturated fatty acids. And you supply them with the proper form of Vitamin F and that second sound comes right back inside of ten minutes.

That’s only one of a dozen different types of deficiencies that can be detected in this way. Many vitamins that are lost, the B complex, in our refining of white flour are highly important in preventing some of these forms of heart disease.

One of these factors in this Vitamin B group maintains muscle tone.”

Since the heart is so responsive to certain nutrients, replacing them can have an immediate and long-lasting impact on an overall function of this most important and hard-working organ.