Meet Dr. Sinatra

Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.N., C.N.S., C.B.T., is a board-certified cardiologist who is also board certified in internal medicine, and has additional certifications in nutrition, bioenergetic psychotherapy, and anti-aging medicine. He has lectured and facilitated workshops worldwide and has authored several publications and medical periodicals. He has been a featured guest on many national radio and television shows including CNN, MSNBC, Fox on Health, the Dr. Oz, The Doctors, and 700 Club shows, and The Today Show.

Since opening his own private practice in Manchester, CT in 1977, Dr. Sinatra has become well-known for his integration of conventional medicine with complementary nutritional and psychological therapies that help heal the heart. He is a fellow in the American College of Cardiology and the American College of Nutrition, and served two four-year terms as the Chief of Cardiology at Manchester Memorial Hospital, where he had previously been Director of Medical Education for 18 years.

After a ten-year study of bioenergetic psychotherapy, Dr. Sinatra began co-facilitating psychotherapy workshops for his patients and gathering data with before-and-after blood pressure measurements and urine samples to measure stress hormones. As another early hallmark of his practice, he began using coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) to help treat a wide range of cardiac concerns several years before the conventional medical world would embrace this nutrient. It was during this time that Dr. Sinatra saw first-hand the important contribution that the supplemental use of energy-supplying nutrients, especially CoQ10, made in the lives of his patients.

In 1992, when Dr. Sinatra was Chief of Cardiology at Manchester Memorial Hospital, CoQ10 was placed on formulary. In November 2008, an investigation by New Zealand researchers was published in the American Journal of Cardiology demonstrating enhanced longevity in patients suffering from congestive heart failure with higher blood levels of coenzyme Q10.

While trying to incorporate the strengths of conventional medicine with the benefits of holistic therapies, Dr. Sinatra discovered that not all supplements were created equal. When he realized there was no product on the market that combined the separate nutrients he endorsed within a single formula, he formulated an affordable multivitamin for his patients that would be reliable in terms of quality ingredients and strength. He would come to formulate an entire line of nutraceuticals designed to help his patients, as well as the general population, support optimal health and well-being.

Dr. Sinatra also recognized a need for education regarding the health supportive properties of nutritional supplements. Always on the forefront of discovery and intervention, Dr. Sinatra continued to dedicate himself to the medical field, not only through his medical practice, but through research and writing so he could accurately share his extensive knowledge in a thorough and universal manner. To date, Dr. Sinatra has written many books including Lower Your Blood Pressure in Eight Weeks (2003), The Sinatra Solution: Metabolic Cardiology (2005, 2008, 2011), and Reverse Heart Disease Now (2007). His latest books include The Healing Kitchen (2010), Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?(2010), The Great Cholesterol Myth (2012), The Great Cholesterol Myth Cookbook (2014), and Health Revelations from Heaven and Earth (2015).

To expand his educational reach beyond his books, Dr. Sinatra began writing a national newsletter in 1995 entitled HeartSense, which later became Heart, Health & Nutrition. Dr. Sinatra’s corresponding commercial website,, reaches a broad audience and features advice on a wide variety of topics relating to health and healing, as well as shares information on health products he uses and recommends. In 2009, Dr. Sinatra founded, an informational website dedicated to increasing public awareness of integrative medicine and what it means to live a heart-healthy lifestyle.

As adjunct faculty at the University of Connecticut (Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine) and a member of the Dean’s Council at his alma mater, Albany Medical School, Dr. Sinatra has sponsored collaborative efforts for medical students to take a summer course in natural or alternative medicine at Bastyr University (Kirkland, WA), where he is a contributing lecturer. It’s a first step in a long journey in his quest to combine the programs of both traditional medicine and naturopathy. It is his passion and lifelong goal that this life-changing philosophy will someday be embraced by the entire medical community.

In recent years, Dr. Sinatra’s areas of interest have expanded to include environmental and energy (vibrational) medicine. In 2016  and 2017 he launched two new online marketplaces –, through which he offers his favorite superfood pantry staples, and, featuring veterinarian-formulated nutritional supplements and healthy treats for dogs and cats. He looks forward to continuing to communicate all that he has learned over the years through new books, HeartMD Institute, and his blogs at, and Inspired by his patients, as well as his wife, children, and grandchildren, Dr. Sinatra’s desire to educate people about how to live heart-healthy lifestyles continues to grow as does his passion for highlighting the essential need for incorporating nutritional support systems within the traditional health system.


Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.N., C.N.S. – Curriculum Vitae

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  1. Janet Mcgibbon

    on September 26, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    Hello Dr. Sinatra….

    I am in a panic – I just received my blood test back and my Lipoprotein (a ) is 165
    Everything I read is saying you cannot lower this number. I am going to have a heart attack just worrying about this. I live in Brooklyn, NY.
    My cardiologist never told me to check this – I read up on it and had the test done. My Internist didn’t even comment on it. I feel sick
    Can you advise me on what to do or if there is someone in NYC that you can recommend that is knowledgable like yourself. Thank you so much for your help.

  2. HeartMD Editor

    on September 26, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    Hi Janet, We understand your worry; please try not to get too stressed about it (not an easy task, but better for health – maybe try deep breathing & meditation?)! Dr. Sinatra has posted a list of physicians he recommends at
    Dr. Sinatra does recommend working closely with a physician using the best of alternative and conventional (perhaps a statin) treatments. Here’s an article with more info
    and another at
    Best wishes!

  3. Otto Schulze

    on November 17, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    I’m in a panic. My mother is in the hospital where they have her in intensive care. They are giving her dopamine and dopudamine both at the same time. Her heart ejection rate was 15%. They increased it to 40%. Then, they did an angiogram and found her veins and arteries were clear, not blocked. As they did that procedure, they noticed the heart ejection rate was measured at 20%. Will you please help me? I want to save my mother’s life. She is an eminent oboe soloist, music educator and if we can save her life, I’d appreciate it. Please send an email with how I can contact you. She is on Medicare A & B, plus she has a supplemental insurance with AARP United Health.
    Thank you very much.
    A Very Concerned Son

  4. HeartMD Editor

    on November 17, 2016 at 5:38 pm

    Hi Otto, I’m sorry to hear about your mom’s struggle and can only imagine how challenging, frightening, and frustrating this experience is – my heart goes out to you both. Unfortunately, Dr. Sinatra does not see patients or do consultations any longer. He’s posted a list of physicians he’s met and knows have similar integrative medical philosophies at I hope this list can help you find the medical care you’re looking for. Best wishes to you and your mom.

  5. Cheri Ambrose

    on December 8, 2016 at 9:50 am

    I came upon a story by you of Greg’s breast cancer journey. As the founder of a global non-profit, I would be very interested in speaking to you about that story.

  6. Francis Markho

    on December 20, 2016 at 7:14 pm

    I’m E. Eng. & Certified Building Biology Environmental Consultant (BBEC), Auckland, New Zealand.
    I read the book “Earthing ” with a lot of interest. I knew about earthing since the Uni time when we used to wear anti-static strap to avoid damage to the electronic components in the lab. That means human body is always at high static voltage created by the environment.

    In the book (page 44) , the Author says: ” I then began to ground people in low or no-electric field environment. Earthing reduced pain no matter what the electrical environment”. —-I have a little problem here when it comes to bedrooms environment. Human body is highly conductive, “earthing no matter what the environment” is not recommended due to high voltage coupling that creates harmful flow of currents through the body to earth. When we are earthed, we become an extension of earth, a node, through which the electric field lines in the sleep environment short-cut to earth, creating a simple capacitive coupling phenomenon.

    Biologically speaking, “earthing” is excellent from head to toe. However, it is vital to pay attention to the levels of electric and magnetic fields around us before grounding during the night. Otherwise it could turn counterproductive.

  7. Marielle

    on January 3, 2017 at 12:08 pm


  8. HeartMD Editor

    on January 3, 2017 at 1:23 pm

    Yes, Dr. Sinatra is alive and well! Are you looking for EMF detectors or things that help shield you from EMF?

  9. Marielle

    on January 3, 2017 at 3:39 pm


  10. Laurette

    on January 29, 2017 at 12:39 pm

    Hi Dr S–reviewing my notes of your FAIM lecture 1997. Can you Please address all issues of heart valve defects pre-peri or postnatal etiology or developmental and your recommendations/referrals in NY NJ PA MD areas. Thank u FAIM RN

  11. Kitty

    on February 17, 2017 at 12:52 am

    Hi Dr. Sinatra,
    I wasn’t the one who asked the original question on January 3, but I am very interested in EMF shielding devices. I bought some “Hedron” brand EMF harmonizing devices for our cell phones, but my son, who is a software engineer, doesn’t believe they really work to “harmonize” the EMFs while still getting signals on your phone. Here’s a link to what I purchased: . I’d appreciate your opinion on this device. Many thanks!

  12. Vitalah Gayle Simon

    on February 23, 2017 at 1:30 pm

    Is there a device to monitor one’s EKG for 30 days ( not in the hospital) that is NOT WIRELESS?
    My doctor wants me to do this and i agree in principle, but I do not want to wear the sensor right neagainst my body, between my breasts. Are there any other options?

    Thank you.

  13. Syed Asad Ali

    on April 3, 2017 at 5:19 am

    Dear Dr. Sinatra
    Do combination medicines (Low Doses of [Angiotensin Receptor Blockers + Calcium Channel Blockers + Beta Blockers]) for Blood Pressure Control have lesser side effects than taking a high dose of a single drug individually.
    Thank You

  14. Bruce Kemp

    on April 3, 2017 at 8:00 pm

    Hi Dr. Sinatra,
    I was interested in finding out if you have talked to Dr. Waxman at Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston, MA about this new early warning diagnostic for cardiopulmonary problems called SHAPE Medical System. It has the capability, after only 6 minutes of submaximal step testing, to measure gas exchange and sub-categorize into 5 bins what is causing the problem and whether it is coming from the heart or lung or both and to what degree of involvement. Sounds like it might help a whole lot of patients to be better managed with their protocols of care.

    Also, have you ever looked into PQQ? It synergizes with CoQ10 to help make brand new mitochondria in next generation cells after mitosis.Thought that might be of some interest too.

  15. Donna

    on May 18, 2017 at 3:01 pm

    Hi Dr. Sinatra, I would like to know if I have to take satin med I had to heart attack and one stent said I have hemochromatosis and Mcs and not able to take rx meds can you tell me if I can take something alternative instead Thank you Donna

  16. Steve R.

    on May 19, 2017 at 3:51 pm

    Dr. Sinatra,

    I was wondering if I might get some advise from you. I have been taking your Omega Q Plus for probably 4 or 5 years. I’m a 57 old male who had bypass surgery about 18 months ago…no heart damage. I have stuck to a strict diet along with intense exercise (run 2 miles 4 days a week plus weight lifting). I’m not over weight…don’t smoke. I also take about 3 to 4 grams of Nutrasea Omega 3 twice a day in addition to your product. All that said, I am one of those with genetically high cholesterol. I have battled with it since childhood. Even worse I have terrible HDL/LDL ratios. I’ve been on 20 mg of crestor for the last 5 or 6 years which has helped some but not enough. I just recently had a lipoprotein subfractionation along with an apolipoprotein test. To my suprise, my apolipoprotein B was 239 and my very small LDL-a (pattern B) was 262 with a low HDL. In addition, my triglycerides were 219. I’m really frustrated here because everything I seem to try doesn’t work and I can’t seem to find a doctor in my area that understands how to deal with this or interpret the test results . I need some professional advise on what to try next. Can you recommend a doctor close to the Charleston WV area or nearby state or give me some general advise? I would be most appreciative.

  17. HeartMD Editor

    on May 23, 2017 at 9:02 pm

    I”m most concerned about your LP[a], which statins can have an adverse effect on as well. If you were my patient, I would suggest supplementing with lumbrokinase. I suggested two capsules twice a day to many of my patients with a similar lipid profile to yours. If you do take lumbrokinase, have your profile checked after about ten weeks of Rx. Also, my doctor referral list is at
    Best wishes, Dr. Sinatra

  18. Faye Miller

    on May 28, 2017 at 3:12 pm

    I have written before but need an answer. I would like to try OmegaQ Plus but need to know if I can stop my other pills.I am taking fishoil,calcium,multi vitamin,B12,and D. What should I be taking if I take Omega Q Plus/

  19. Faye Miller

    on May 28, 2017 at 3:14 pm

    Waiting for an answer!

  20. HeartMD Editor

    on May 30, 2017 at 10:05 am

    Hi Faye, 2 softgels (1 daily dose) of Dr. Sinatra’s Omega Q Plus contains 1,250 mg of Calamarine (squid) oil and 750 mcg of B12 (see for all nutrients in Omega Q Plus). So if you’re looking to incorporate it into your supplement program, you’d want to adjust whatever it is you’re currently taking to account for the squid oil (i.e. fish oil) and B12. We can’t give you advice about whether to stop any medications your doctor has you on; that would be a decision for your doctor and you to make. Best wishes.

  21. HeartMD Editor

    on June 8, 2017 at 4:04 pm

    Hi Donna,

    I would suggest contacting one of the cardiologists on Dr. Sinatra’s Top Docs List.

    Also note that many of the doctors on the list can do phone consultations as well so you can connect with them even if they are not local.

  22. Jo Jorgenson

    on June 9, 2017 at 10:50 am

    Please stop sending me Cardio Health Today. Thank you
    jo Jorgenson
    36 N Belmont St
    Colorado Springs, Co. 80911

    Customer ID H3498-6803


  23. Sarah P

    on July 19, 2017 at 2:43 pm

    I’ve had lyme disease in 2014, and what they think was ehrlichiosis last June. I was treated with three weeks of doxycyline with each infection. In September, I suddenly had joint pain in one shoulder, and then another, and didn’t feel well. When I went to the doctor’s I learned that I was having Premature Ventricular Contractions. I’ve had a stress test, holter monitor, and all is well with my heart except for these electrical disturbances. I’m also having some other skin,neurological issues, and major fatigue. I went to a lyme literate doctor who wants to start me on intravenous antibiotics. I’m looking for a second opinion from a cardiologist that would be familiar with lyme, and could weigh in on whether these symptoms might be from lingering lyme? I live in NYC and my insurance only covers NYState, but I would be willing to travel to NE and go out of network if there is a lyme literate cardiologist to be found. Thanks, Sarah

  24. Thomas Mellin

    on August 15, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    I just read you email about poison ivy treatment. I am very surprised that you ended up using steroid cream. Many years ago, I had a similar, possibly worse, experience with poison oak. A soap, Zanfel, worked instantly. All these years later it is still amazing to me that very few people seem to know of this immediately effective, non-toxic remedy for poison oak or ivy. FYI, I have read that Zanfel is a more expensive version of a hand soap, MeanGreen, which can be purchased on Amazon. I have not tried it as I still have some of my original Zanfel order and no longer live where I might need it.

  25. Ken N.

    on August 23, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    Dear dr. Sinatra, I’ve read your books and followed your protocol for 12 years. I believe you have kept me active and relatively healthy. thanks.
    I am 70 and an active tennis singles player. I’ve been teaching tennis for 45 years so I have had a good run. I am playing on the grass in Newport,
    In 2 weeks. My blood sugar levels have been crashing so I do the normal stuff,glass of milk snack regular coke or whatever.
    I believe the culprit is that dreaded betablocker in my case Metoporol. So because I fell down (defibrillator went off) in 2016 in tennis match
    And the arriythmia was pretty high, I conceded to my cardiologist (a good guy) to take a minimum dose of betablocker. Hate the stuff but after
    Reading your opinion on the subject I said ok.
    So I know you have many folks that need your help and advice, so add me to your list please. I am in stonington conn. Until oct. I have won 200
    USTA tournaments in my run and 20 since sextuple bypass in 2002. I send or deliver a winning draw sheet to Dr. Gaudio(new London cardiologist),
    And dr. Vogel(Florida cardiologist). With an ejection fraction of 30 percent they use me as a poster boy so far. Thanks ,Ken

  26. Ken newman

    on August 23, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    Thanks for the information.

  27. Debayan Bhadury`

    on August 29, 2017 at 2:52 pm

    Dear Dr. Sinatra,
    My grandmother has been diagnosed with Diastolic dysfunction of grade 1 and underwent atrial fibrillation once few days back. She is 85 years now and got admitted in a nursing home nearby a month before with acute breath trouble and chest pain. After almost one month and after visiting 4 different hospitals with 5 different doctors ultimately she got released on 25th of August with hell lot of medication to be continued. She had multi organ failure including a Gall Stone, a high creatinine level of 2.8 and COPD and LVF and anemia. But before meeting this crisis one month back she was almost normal in all respect and absolutely fit (overtly) and working. I know she is not immortal and I don’t even expect so. But it will be really appreciated if she can live for five years more with active lifestyle she used to live one month back even. I don’t know whether this is possible or not. I can’t take my grandmother to you because I am from India. I will be highly obliged if you can suggest me something to fulfill this 5 year’s target (even on the possibility of this target) at your earliest convenience.
    Please Sir looking forward to your suggestions,
    Debayan Bhadury

  28. Donald Gaubatz

    on August 29, 2017 at 4:02 pm

    Where can I purchase a copy of Dr. Sinatra’s Essential Heart Health Book?

  29. Donald Gaubatz

    on August 30, 2017 at 2:52 pm

    I still need a source for “Dr. Sinatra’s Essential Heart Health Advice” book. Where can I purchase a copy? The visit to Amazon does not recognize it as a title. Last night, I held a copy of this book in my hands that my brother in law has. On the back it gives 888-349-0481 as the customer service number to call. They only handle the medications, not publications. They could not give me a number or e-mail address for whomever handles publications. Amazon, Google, and E-bay do not recognize the title of the book. Again, where can I purchase a copy of this book?
    Thank you,

  30. HeartMD Editor

    on September 2, 2017 at 7:15 pm

    Hi Donald, We are looking into this with Healthy Directions, as they are the likely publishers, and will contact you when we know more. Best wishes,

  31. HeartMD Editor

    on September 12, 2017 at 11:53 am

    Hi Debayan,

    Thank you for writing in.

    Unfortunately, Dr. Sinatra is not able to give direct medical advice and he is no longer taking patients. A great resource is his Top Docs List which you can see here. Many of the doctors are able to do phone consultations since you are long distance.


    on October 19, 2017 at 7:40 pm


  33. Susanne fay Apted

    on October 20, 2017 at 12:49 am

    Hi Dr Sinatra
    I am a 67yr old woman l had a mild heart attacks 6 mths ago where they put on 2 stents for the 1st few months l took the perscribed drugs blood thinners etc .they wanted to do another stent in a artery that was 40 to 60% blocked) then realizing the dangers l stopped the meds and opted for natural methods l take coq10 vitamin e, vitamin c, lysine, proline, ginko biloba, ginger root, garlic kyolic capsules, and l feel fine except for some tightness in yhe chest at times but l have had that for many years. I have been to see the cardiologist today who said the stents may be blocked because l haven’t taken their medication and l could die at any time. They would not give me any tests ct scsn or other to see if what l am doing is working or not. Their are no natural cardiologist in this area any suggestions on what to do. I am in melbourne Australia Yours Sincerley Sue

  34. Susanne fay Apted

    on October 20, 2017 at 12:55 am

    P.S. All yhe blood tests are fine as is BP and ecg.

  35. Samuel M. Daniel

    on November 3, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    I have just had the Aortic Heart Valve replaced.which ofyour health products do you recommend .

    Sam Daniel

  36. Ronnie H

    on November 4, 2017 at 6:29 pm

    I had a LVAD implanted in July of this year (2017). I am taking warfarin. My question to you is can I still take CO Q10, L-carintine and D-ribose. I took these supplements for 10 years with good results till it was determined that I needed the LVAD. I am age 70. Let me say that your book the Sinatra Solution and the supplements recommended in that book helped keep me alive for Over 10 years.

  37. HeartMD Editor

    on November 8, 2017 at 11:57 am

    Hi Joseph,

    New left bundle block at your age is not an uncommon situation and it makes sense that your doctor told you that you can continue life as usual with no restrictions. If you ever developed frequent situations of lightheadedness or even passed out – then you would definitely need to check in with your doctor as occasionally left bundle branch block may progress to more severe forms of heart block which would require some form of intervention.

  38. HeartMD Editor

    on November 8, 2017 at 12:20 pm

    Hi Suzanne,

    Many times blood thinners must be taken when certain stents are performed. On a good note, many blood thinners are discontinued after a year. As you mentioned, you are on several natural blood thinners and it would be vital for you to discuss this regimen and your wishes to take a more natural approach with an integrative doctor (one who uses conventional and natural approaches to healing) who is willing to guide and monitor you. We don’t have anyone we can refer you to in Australia, but you can take a look at Dr. Sinatra’s Top Docs list. Many doctors on the list can do phone consultations and perhaps that could work.

  39. Anthon Greevelink

    on November 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Dear Editor,
    Been treated for some hart issues since while …. but all the way my body and mind said that there most be an other way to understand my dis-ease and to find a solution .
    Been reading ‘Metabolic Cardiology’ for the second time know, after starting Dr. Sinatra’s protocol slowly and building up since august 28th. Directly after taking the ‘Awsome 4’ I was feeling much better. Every week better and better.
    But suddenly I was heaving Tachycardia …. a week ago.
    Been to the hospital for the latter …. when asked what medication I was taken …. I mentioned ‘their’ medication and also ‘your’ medication …. strange they even didn’t look up, nor said anything, didn’t ask what, when, how, …. even stopped writting ….
    5 doctors …. 5 identical situations … Remarkable because this book is so very good .
    Would it make sence if I have offer each of them a copy of this book ?
    My question is …. is there a way/manner to ask a question(s) at Dr. Sinatra in reference to the book and my dilated cardiomyopathy and the Tachycardia I have since a week or so.
    I’m from Belgium .
    Thanks in advance….

  40. Anthon Greevelink

    on November 18, 2017 at 6:28 am

    In reference to my november 12- message is there a way/manner to ask a question(s) at Dr. Sinatra in reference to his book ?
    Many thanks for your feedback

    Friendly regards

  41. HeartMD Editor

    on November 28, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    Hi Samuel,

    You may benefit from the use of Dr. Sinatra’s Awesome Foursome – otherwise known as his Metabolic Cardiology approach.

    You can learn more here:

    The Awesome Foursome
    Metabolic Cardiology Basics

  42. HeartMD Editor

    on November 28, 2017 at 12:26 pm

    Hi Ronnie,

    Dr. Sinatra has had patients who’ve used the Awesome Foursome supplements (Metabolic Cardiology approach) while having an LVAD. Discuss proceeding with them further with your doctor.

  43. Zhemei Yang

    on December 16, 2017 at 5:41 pm

    Heart MD Editor,
    Dr. Sinatra, I met something for 8 months and would like to share the result may have medical value. My heart is fast beating all the time caused by the external factor – someone’s sex. That vibration followed me everywhere – apartment, workplace, hotels, another house, in the car, library – I mean, someone intentional keep me in the vibration, a complicate situation. The intention action started from sixth month that each sex vibration with a burst of energy beat the heart, after two month started pain when be hit. I knew it is uncommon and rare happened but I met, and I doubt my heart fast beating may caused with same frequency or other unknowable source. Do you have any suggestion on what to do?
    Thank you! Mei

  44. Karen Ball

    on February 1, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    I use an Earthing Bed Pad with an Earthing Yoga mat underneath to minimize the back effects of a worn out mattress. I was taking aspirin and several of the supplements you recommend. BUT I ran out of CoQ10, nattokinaise, and magnesium. I didn’t have the money to get more. I was with a diagnosis of AFib put on Carvediol 11/26/2016 when I started the supplements soon after. Twenty days ago I was hospitalized with a large blood clot in my right lung. So now I am on Warfarin and a different heart med. Now that I am out I have spent two nights grounded because that is how I need to sleep and it does reduce my inflammation as long as I am grounded for more than four hours. Finances are very short (I am 66 y/o woman) and need to know what supplement if I only add in one initially which one should it be? Now comes the daunting task of trying to figure out how to be consistent with the same amount of Vitamin K daily. I have read you supplements area but did not see anything about Vitamin K and Warfarin. If there is a link I would love it to research what I should know about that. Obviously I want off all the drugs as soon as it is safe to do so. I am a subscriber but when life is busy I don’t read all that you send.

  45. Frances Womack

    on February 4, 2018 at 4:28 pm

    I have 3 genic mutations which will not allow me to take L carnitine and D ribose. I have looked for substitutes for these but have found none. I thought I might try lysine and methionine to see if I could tolerate that for the carnitine. Any suggestions for these two supplements would be very much appreciated. I have congestive heart failure.

  46. lucy

    on April 5, 2018 at 2:20 pm

    hi my friend is getting pains in his heart and its beating very fast hes been to hospital today and they injected diazapan to help when he was in hopsital and then they discharged him , he was getting hot and cold sweats loss of concousness so we rang ambulance again and they came out and did tests his heart rate was a bit high but they said its fine its been 2 hours since the hospital people came and hes getting pains in his heart again and loss of concousness and his brain is hurting hes scared to sleep just incase he dosent wake up and hes took co codomol like the hospital said and his heart is still beating very fast?

  47. Richard Lager

    on July 18, 2018 at 9:17 pm

    are ARB’s safer than beta blockers?__from my research __it seems so(blood pressure_)

  48. patricia M.

    on October 4, 2018 at 9:48 pm

    I am on Eliquis I found out it can cause colon cancer my heart dr. says he hadn’t heard that he wont take me off of it .will a bayer be safe to take if not what is the safes blood thinner

  49. patricia ann martyn

    on October 4, 2018 at 10:08 pm

    is there a good dr. in ga. my heart dr. sucks

  50. patricia ann martyn

    on October 4, 2018 at 10:09 pm

    is there a way to get off blood thinners

  51. patricia martyn

    on October 6, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    I am on Eliquis I just found out that it causes colon cancer I want to get off I have taken it about four years what can I take in stead of these blood thinner I am to scare to take anymore blood thinner from dr. plese help me

    I need to get off my blood thinner it is Eliquis I am very scare please help me

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