(FREE E-Book) Your Healthiest Heart Now

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In this e-book, I’m going to share what I’ve learned in my 40-plus years of practicing medicine about keeping your heart healthy and strong. You’ll discover:

  • the four most dangerous threats to your heart and what you can do to protect yourself against them;
  • why lowering cholesterol is not the way to prevent heart disease;
  • how poor energy production becomes a silent risk factor;
  • the most accurate tests to assess your cardiovascular risk
  • the 8 best ways to prevent heart attack and stroke;
  • how to achieve and maintain a healthy blood pressure;
  • how to deal with heart palpitations; and
  • the heart attack and stroke symptoms you need to know.

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12 Comments

  1. Marcia Jackson

    on March 15, 2018 at 2:07 am

    Thank you for the free ebooks. Can’t wait to read them.

  2. Emma

    on April 6, 2018 at 12:50 pm

    I have heart failure and am accumulating abdominal fluid with accompanying weight gain on a daily basis. Plus, my right leg is chronically swollen even though I elevate it twice a day until the muscle cramps start. With weight gain my blood pressure always goes up. My doctor doesn’t want me to increase my low dosage Lasix because of the need then for more potassium and whatever minerals need balancing. What can I do besides restricting my salt I talk?

  3. Hazel

    on March 23, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    Changed my diet to PAMM. Thanks very much for your recipe ebooks.

  4. HeartMD Editor

    on April 2, 2019 at 11:59 am

    Hi Hazel,
    That is great news! We are really happy to hear you’ve enjoyed the recipe books.

  5. Ron Burke

    on November 8, 2019 at 7:34 am

    Thank you for the great health information.

    I saw Dr. Sinatra on the 2018 Mens’s Wellness series and became a fan of his.

  6. Donald Raymond

    on November 18, 2019 at 12:57 pm

    Ok

  7. Brian

    on November 22, 2019 at 8:07 am

    22-11-2019 from the UK

    Thank you, Dr Sinatra for providing this free guide to good blood circulation. I think it’s a must to know the quality of your blood circulation and the best food for it. I had a stroke in April 2018 I walked in to my sister’s home, my sister had a heart attack and my wife was doing CPR. I want to share this story. I had suffered from high blood pressure since 2012 and was taking 10mg of Lisinopril. I was a little over weight then about 203 pounds at 5 foot 7 inches as well and not very fit I am a 67 years old now. And down to 196 pounds now and using weights a little and exercise bike too.

    The shock and stress of what I was witnessing gave me a stroke about 40 minutes later as we followed the ambulance to the hospital that my sister was taken to. I pulled over in my car with my wife beside me I was about to jump out to get change for the parking at the hospital and I felt a strange sensation at the top of my head. It was like children’s potatoe gun noise the kids used to use when I was one, like a popping noise not loud but I felt it alright and sweat came down my forehead.

    My wife wanted to phone an ambulance, but we were nearer to my sister’s home, which was half a mile away and the hospital was several miles away. I made it back to my sister’s home we pulled up outside and I tried to run up the pathway to her door but my legs gave way and I threw myself on the garden hedges to break my fall. A neighbour and my wife helped me inside and phone the ambulance. I lay on the bed and the room started to spin around like a fair ground Wurlitzer ride but ten times faster. I as a lay man thought I was having a stroke, and I had a little knowledge that It is treated with three 100mg of Aspirin in the Emergency Room. So I ask my wife to give my 3 Aspirin from the bedside draw. (I think these actions helped to save my life or from severe disability.) I did not get the treatment I thought anyone deserves in their hour of need!

    What happen next I will write in full detail sometime as it has left me with some form of post traumatic stress syndrome. The hospital care in the primary stages was that of a third world country or worse and I was in North East London in the UK!

    I was left of a trolley from 11pm on a Saturday night till 7-30 am the following morning with just hourly Blood Pressure checks from a nurse lucky my wife stayed with me all night. I never had doctor see me till 7-30am and then and he misdiagnosed me with vertigo! The initial nurse who saw me placed me after two hours behind a curtain in the ER room into side room from the ER room. Also I must have brought up half a gallon of green bile! A consultant saw later the following afternoon and confirm, I had a vertigo attack but he was also wrong! I went in on a Saturday night and discharge myself on Tuesday afternoon as it was hell of earth in that hospital and still had not had a MRI scan as I was being wheeled up the corridor to leave, a doctor came running after me to say I was to have a scan as they had found room for me. Three days later on the Friday I went back for my MRI scan and I had suffered a stroke that the Emergency medics had missed. I have since read it is fundamentally required to have a MRI scan within three and half hours in the USA in the Uk still lags behind four and a half!

    The first ward I was placed in at 1 am on Monday morning after spending all day Sunday in the Ambulatory room! It made no sense to move a very ill man at that time but they did. Then my nightmare truly began again. I was in bed five minutes when another patient got out of his bed urinated on his bed in front of my eyes pulled the man out of the next bed to me and attacked a nurse with a plastic bottle of water, he hit her over the head.

    I thought I was in the 17th century asylum called Bedlam. I fell off to sleep and thought I was in hell, I woke up next morning although very weak. I grabbed a Zimmer frame from the next bed and went to the nurses’ station and told unless this psychotic patient was moved I would dragged myself out of there and go to the newspapers. I found out from the other four patients that he was playing up like that for the last four nights. These other patients were very ill as well , he needed a secure environment where he could not harm anyone or himslef.

    I’m on the road to recovery I think I suffer from great anxiety sometimes. The stroke I had was a Posterior Circulation Stroke called the Cinderella Stroke as many clinicians miss diagnose it or miss it completely. I read a paper by a Consultant Neurologist called Hedley CA Emsley who states that two more abbreviations should be added to the FAST one that the medics and public rely onto cover the symptoms that many tens of thousands like me who suffered from this type of stroke. They are Vertigo and Ataxia. I think I got the link to that from your site which I picked up from Net mothers website. I would like thank you very much for imparting your knowledge to the public worldwide God Bless for all your work You Thanks you Brian O.

  8. Brain

    on November 22, 2019 at 12:24 pm

    Sent again due spelling and grammar errors

    22-11-2019 from the UK

    Thank you, Dr Sinatra for providing this free guide to good blood circulation. I think it’s a must to know the quality of your blood circulation and the best food for it. I had a stroke in April 2018 I walked in to my sister’s home, my sister had a heart attack and my wife was doing CPR. I want to share this story. I had suffered from high blood pressure since 2012 and was taking 10mg of Lisinopril. I was a little over weight then about 203 pounds at 5 foot 7 inches as well and not very fit I am a 67 years old now. And down to 196 pounds now and using weights a little and exercise bike too.

    The shock and stress of what I was witnessing gave me a stroke about 40 minutes later as we followed the ambulance to the hospital that my sister was taken to. I pulled over in my car with my wife beside me I was about to jump out to get change for the parking at the hospital and I felt a strange sensation at the top of my head. It was like children’s potatoe gun noise the kids used to use when I was one, like a popping noise not loud but I felt it alright and sweat came down my forehead.

    My wife wanted to phone an ambulance, but we were nearer to my sister’s home, which was half a mile away and the hospital was several miles away. I made it back to my sister’s home we pulled up outside and I tried to run up the pathway to her door but my legs gave way and I threw myself on the garden hedges to break my fall. A neighbour and my wife helped me inside and phone the ambulance. I lay on the bed and the room started to spin around like a fair ground Wurlitzer ride but ten times faster. I as a lay man thought I was having a stroke, and I had a little knowledge that It is treated with three 100mg of Aspirin in the Emergency Room. So I ask my wife to give my 3 Aspirin from the bedside draw. (I think these actions helped to save my life or from severe disability.) I did not get the treatment I thought anyone deserves in their hour of need!

    What happen next I will write in full detail sometime as it has left me with some form of post traumatic stress syndrome. The hospital care in the primary stages was that of a third world country or worse and I was in North East London in the UK!

    I was left of a trolley from 11pm on a Saturday night till 7-30am the following morning with just hourly Blood Pressure checks from a nurse lucky my wife stayed with me all night. I never had doctor see me till 7-30am and then and he misdiagnosed me with vertigo! The initial nurse who saw me placed me after two hours behind a curtain in the ER room into side room from the ER room. Also I must have brought up half a gallon of green bile! A consultant saw later the following afternoon and confirm, I had a vertigo attack but he was also wrong! I went in on a Saturday night and discharge myself on Tuesday afternoon as it was hell of earth in that hospital and still had not had a MRI scan as I was being wheeled up the corridor to leave, a doctor came running after me to say I was to have a scan as they had found room for me. Three days later on the Friday I went back for my MRI scan results and I had suffered a stroke that the Emergency medics had missed. I have since read it is fundamentally required to have a MRI scan within three and half hours in the USA in the UK still lags behind with four and a half hours!

    The first ward I was placed in at 1 am on Monday morning after spending all day Sunday in the Ambulatory room! It made no sense to move a very ill man at that time but they did. Then my nightmare truly began again. I was in bed five minutes when another patient got out of his bed urinated on his bed in front of my eyes pulled the man out of the next bed to me and attacked a nurse with a plastic bottle of water, he hit her over the head.

    I thought I was in the 17th century asylum called Bedlam. I fell off to sleep and thought I was in hell, I woke up next morning although very weak. I grabbed a Zimmer frame from the next bed and went to the nurses’ station and told unless this psychotic patient was moved I would dragged myself out of there and go to the newspapers. I found out from the other four patients that he was playing up like that for the last four nights. These other patients were very ill as well, he needed a secure environment where he could not harm anyone or himself.

    I’m on the road to recovery I think I suffer from great anxiety sometimes. The stroke I had was a Posterior Circulation Stroke called the Cinderella Stroke as many clinicians misdiagnose it or miss it completely. I read a paper by a Consultant Neurologist called Hedley CA Emsley who states that two more abbreviations should be added to the FAST one that the medics and public rely onto cover the symptoms that many tens of thousands like me who suffered from this type of stroke. They are Vertigo and Ataxia. I think I got the link to that from your site which I picked up from Net mothers website UK. I would like thank you very much for imparting your knowledge to the public worldwide God Bless for all your work Thank you Brian O’Connor

  9. Dorothy

    on December 29, 2019 at 8:30 am

    Legs swollen from the knee down, and low urine output.

  10. Dorothy

    on December 29, 2019 at 8:34 am

    Legs swollen from knee down, and low urine out put after drinking 9 cups of water and green and white tea, I way 130lbs.

  11. Dorothy

    on December 29, 2019 at 8:37 am

    Free e-books please.

  12. Karen Johnson

    on August 25, 2020 at 5:48 pm

    Thank you

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