Heart disease awareness is not just something for doctors. You need to know the risk factors and how to live a heart-healthy lifestyle so you can prevent heart disease.

Metabolic Cardiology

What’s metabolic cardiology? It’s “the new cardiology…” In this video I introduce metabolic cardiology and tell you about the use of interventions that are native to the human body (and therefore do not cause unpleasant side effects).

These interventions help the heart build the energy it needs to heal itself (or stay healthy) while continuing to support the rest of the body with life-sustaining blood.

Do you have heart disease or know someone who does? Are you interested in learning how to prevent or treat it? You can learn more about natural interventions by visiting the Metabolic Cardiology section here at HMDI or reading my book, The Sinatra Solution: Metabolic Cardiology.

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  1. Ryan

    on November 1, 2013 at 3:02 pm

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    No nutriceuticals are needed to get these nutritional compounds. They can all be found in a healthy diet.

  2. Roy S Pipkin

    on October 8, 2015 at 8:31 pm

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    I am inquiring about the proper amounts (g/mg) of supplementation to take referring to the awesome foursome – coenzyme Q10, L-carnatine, D-ribose, and mag. on 2 different scales. 1. Just for a average person living a moderately active life. And 2., for myself as a 42 year old (with no health issues) who is extremely active and looking to take the awesome foursome during my upcoming special forces training. Please keep in mind that during my month of SF training that my diet will not be an ideal diet, consisting mostly of MRE’s. Thank you very much. Shawn

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