How to accurately know your Heart's Health without going to the hospital (Non-Invasive Option Below)
Updated: Aug 5, 2019
Did you know that heart disease has been the number one killer of Americans? It is on the Mayo Clinic’s Top 10 in the number one spot, and has been for decades.
Did you know that your heart is the most important muscle in your body?
Did you know that it beats 100,000 times every day?
Did you know that it sends 2,000 gallons of blood through 60,000 miles of blood vessels every day?
Do you know if your heart is having its nutritional needs meet in order to maintain correct rate, rhythm and tone?
Did you know that there is a non-invasive way to find out that you don’t need to go to the hospital for?
Introducing the Heart Sound Recorder!!
Dr. Royal Lee of Standard Process®, along with a number of revered practitioners of his time, believed that disease was nothing more than malnutrition. These early practitioners determined that the heart almost instantly reflected changes in body chemistry. Dr. Lee then set out to build a sound recording device that would be beneficial for observing the effects of nutrition on the heart.
From that, the Endocardiograph was created. It is an instrument designed to observe the heart sounds and motion through which practitioners gain insight into specific nutritional deficiencies. Although the original Endocardiograph was created in 1934, restored Endocardiographs are still in use today. We now also have the new digital version known as the Heart Sound Recorder or “HSR”.
This is how it works:
A non-invasive and specialized microphone is placed over each of the four valves of the heart. They then graph the sound and movement of the heart so that the rate, rhythm and tone of the heart may be evaluated.
Your heart absorbs nutrients very quickly for the reason that your body is primarily concerned with keeping it beating.
Dr. Lee determined which whole food nutrients would restore the correct rate, rhythm and tone of the heart.
When proper nutrition is supplied to the body, the improvement in the heart is reflected in subsequent graphs.
The Endocardiograph can be an important tool in evaluating your overall health and then in following the progress you are making when under proper nutritional care.
The correction in the nutritional status of the heart then also reflects throughout the body in greater endurance, ability to rest and overall wellbeing.
Dr. Munnich has the HSR in her office and has spent this past year learning how to read the graphs.
If you would like to have this test done in our office, take advantage of our Back-to-School Special we are offering at an introductory price of $45 during the month of AUGUST.
Whether you are currently a patient of our office or not, you are welcome to call for an appointment to have the test done.
It will be the best $45 that you have ever spent.
Preparing for a Heart Sound Recorder Evaluation:
Do not eat 2 hours prior to the test as sounds of digestion can mask a solid reading of the heart.
Do not drink caffeine prior to the test…unless you want to see the effects of the caffeine on your heart’s rate, rhythm and tone.
Give yourself a relaxed time frame around your scheduled appointment.
Arrive 10 minutes early to be able to relax.
Also, leave yourself some flexible time after the appointment.
Being anxious due to a tight schedule and where you need to be next can hamper the test.
Be dressed so that you can comfortably get down to one thinner layer of clothing.
If possible, please do not wear an underwire bra for this evaluation.
(The microphone does fine listening through one layer)
Please do not talk while the test is being preformed.
Call 321-482-0345 Today and Schedule your appointment for your Heart Sound Recorder Test.
The first 10 people will get a $10 discount.
Know your Heart's rhythm, tone and rate. It can be what determines your fate.