Find Out What Nutrients Your Heart Needs with the Heart Sound Recorder.
YOUR HEART IS THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSCLE IN YOUR BODY.
Every day it beats 100,000 times, sending 2,000 gallons of blood through 60,000 miles of blood vessels.
Your heart needs the right nutrition to function properly. It must have specific nutrients to maintain the correct rate, rhythm, and tone.
You can discover how your heart is doing with a test on a HEART SOUND RECORDER. This is a general wellness cardiac stress monitor with a specialized microphone that is placed over each of the four valve areas of the heart to graph specific sounds and movement:
RATE: How fast your heart beats. The graph will show whether your heart is beating too fast, too slow, or just right. Th heart rate is influenced by diet, vitamins, minerals, and other factors.
RHYTHM This is the “dub-dub” sound of the heart, which should have a consistently steady work-to-rest ratio. The rhythm can be supported with nutrition that will help balance a heart that is working too long or not resting long enough.
TONE This includes the opening and closing of the heart chambers. The tone will show whether your heart is strong enough. On the Heart Sound Recorder graph, the tone of the heart is shown by the height and the width of the two sections made by the heart’s ‘dub-dub’ sound.
The Heart Sound Recorder graphs are very accurate, and they give us a wealth of information about your heart:
- How well your heart is functioning
- Whether your body chemistry is balanced
- if your body’s nutritional deficiencies are causing stress on your heart
- The specific nutritional support your body needs to get your heart to optimal function
The Heart Sound Recorder is a general wellness cardiac stress monitor. Any suggested nutritional advice or dietary advice is not intended as any primary treatment or therapy for any disease or symptom. Nutritional counseling, supplement recommendations, and exercise considerations are provided to upgrade the quality of life and support the physiological processes of the human body.