Cardiovascular Risk Calculator

By Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.N., C.N.S., C.B.T.

Take three minutes to fill out this simple questionnaire I’ve developed. See where you stand against cardiovascular disease and what you can do to improve your longevity potential.

Assess Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

As a prevention-minded, integrative cardiologist, I like to look at cardiovascular health with a wide-angle lens. This means learning more about a patient than just his or her numbers from a blood test. I also want to know about a patient’s lifestyle, nutrition, and stress levels because they are critical factors in gauging his or her health.

While you are not my patient, I want you to be able to benefit from my 40 years of experience with patients. By answering the following questions, you can get a general idea of how your lifestyle habits may be affecting your health and where you may stand against cardiovascular disease. Remember, the better you can educate yourself about health, the more effectively you can “partner” with your physician in your care.

So let’s get started…

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  1. Desiree Davis

    on December 25, 2016 at 6:31 pm

    We would like to find a cardiologist in the Denver metro area that is like minded with you. Any suggestions? My husband was on statins and fenofibrates. He is having side effects like ED. He decided to go off them and try to control his cholesterol levels through serious diet and exercise. I would like him to be under the watchful eye of a like minded cardiologist. He is currently underweight and has had a lot of stress the past three years. Our daughter was murdered in her high school. (Claire Davis Arapahoe High School). One of my husbands brother died of a heart attack at age 44. Please let me know if you can offer any referrals in our area. Thank you, Desiree Davis

  2. Jean Blank

    on April 9, 2017 at 8:38 am

    I live in Port St Lucie, Florida. How do I find a like minded physician where I live? (South East Florida). Are you able to make referrals or is there a professional association that could do that?

  3. Gloria M cLeod

    on April 20, 2017 at 10:26 pm

    l will check this list out as well

  4. Pamela M.

    on August 7, 2017 at 6:34 pm

    Just diagnosed with Supraventricular Tachycardia. Went to whole foods and received info on you and “awesome foursome”. Would like more info on what to take beside prescription medications.

  5. HeartMD Editor

    on August 17, 2017 at 10:23 am

    Hi Pamela,

    We are very happy that you have discovered the Awesome Foursome and Dr. Sinatra’s recommendations. For more information, please check out these articles:

    The Awesome Foursome:
    Metabolic Cardiology Basics:

    And for more in depth information please refer to his books:
    The Sinatra Solution: Metabolic Cardiology & Reverse Heart Disease Now – you can see his books here:

  6. Barbara P.

    on March 3, 2018 at 5:30 am

    I am an American living in the South West of England. I had a heart attack 10 years ago with a stent implant. I was put on the meds. (originally included statins) that I indicated above in my assessment but took myself off statins about 5 years ago. I have taken the Awesome Foursome for the past 10 years.
    Could you possibly suggest a GP, Cardiologist or Natural Health Practitioner here in the South West of England that is like minded to Dr Sinatra . I know several people in England who would be delighted to know of a reference as well .
    I would be extremely grateful as it is a lonely position to be in. For that reason I so appreciate Dr. Sinatra’s web. site, books etc.
    I look forward to your response.
    Kind regards,
    Barbara P.

  7. Barbara Pike

    on March 3, 2018 at 5:54 am

    I am an American living in the South West Of England Could you suggest a GP, Cardiologist or Natural Health Practitioner that is like minded to Dr Sinatra?
    I look forward to your response Thank you.
    Kind regards,
    Barbara Pike

  8. Betsy Morrigan

    on July 27, 2018 at 11:41 pm

    I am an active, fit 75 year old female. Fecently I have been diagnosed with premature ventricular contractions. I think it was caused by the stress of the keto diet where i lost 18 pounds in 6 weeks and probably had an electrolyte balance. But it still continues now even after i stopped it right away took more electrolytes and better hydration. Should i stop all caffeine–even morning cut of tea–and all alcohol and see what that does? What other suggestions d you have?

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  10. Shirley miller

    on March 8, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    I took Dr Sinatra’s Q10 2006 + for at least ten years before I started having physical problems. Had a mini stroke two years ago. But before I had stroke, I had a complete heart test and angioplasty and I had no blockages! I was about 75 yrs old at that time. The dr who read my results commented he was surprised I had no blockages! I attribute that good news to my taking Q10 for so many years. I want to start taking Sinatra’s Q10 Plus NOW, at age 82, but since I take so many prescriptions for high blood pressure, I need to know if this is a safe way to handle it. My specialists are not in favor of any supplements.

  11. HeartMD Editor

    on March 11, 2019 at 9:27 am

    Unfortunately, we cannot advise you in matters of medication/supplementation. The supplements in the Q10 Plus are generally tolerated well with other heart medications. But please discuss the addition of any supplements to your medications with your doctor.

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