is the #1 cause of death for men and women.
Yet, it is often addressed with stents and bypass surgeries
that only treat the symptoms, not the causes.
Dr. Steven Masley created the Healthy Heart Summit to dispel the myths and misinformation about the causes of heart disease.
And get the truth about lifestyle and heart disease. (even if you think you know it.)
Here are a few of the incredible experts who will speak at The Healthy Heart Summit:
Mark Hyman, MD : Chair of The Institute for Functional Medicine
Stephen Sinatra, MD : Cardiologist and the father of metabolic cardiology
Sara Gottfried, MD : Harvard trainedphysician, expert on hormones and heart health
JJ Virgin, CNS, CHFS : NY Times bestselling author, nutritional expert
Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC : President, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine
With 25 additional presenters sharing their expertise about heart health, this invaluable
(and FREE) resource is intended for men and women everywhere!
The 30 Healthy Heart Summit expert speakers will give you the most current information about avoiding (and recognizing the signs)of heart disease, and life changing advice on how to live your life with a healthy heart.
Physicians Alert: Is The Cardiologist Lying About Heart Bypass Surgery?
The cardiologist recommends heart bypass surgery to treat heart disease when a coronary artery is blocked. If you’re not a cardiologist, you refer your cardiovascular disease patients over to the care of the cardiologist for medical treatment.
You trust the cardiologist for a solution to the patient’s heart disease symptoms that is effective and efficient and the least traumatic.
But Dr. Julian Whitaker claims cardiologists are scaring your patients into unnecessary heart bypass surgery. The need for heart bypass surgery is a LIE, because “bypass surgery has been shown NOT to prevent heart attack or death!”
What Valentine Gifts Can Physicians Give To Heart Disease Patients?
Have you purchased your Valentine gifts?
Tuesday is February 14 and that’s Valentine’s Day. Many are rushing to stores to buy Valentine gifts for their sweethearts. You may forget birthdays or anniversaries. But TV and other public media have plenty of reminders about Valentine’s Day. There’s no excuse to forget.
Showing up without Valentine cards and gifts can be deadly to your relationship!
What your favorite Valentine Gifts?
Valentine flowers are nice. Diamonds and other jewelry are forever. Chocolate is fun. And studies have found that dark chocolate can be good the your heart – in small doses. But, it’s Valentine’s Day, so splurge a little.
As a physician, you don’t actually give your patients Valentine gifts. But the gift of good health is more precious than material gifts. You may not be able to heal a romantic heart ache or a broken heart.
But you treat the literal / physical human heart. So you can help your heart disease patients.
February is also American Heart Month. There’s an epidemic of heart failure. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States.
Hopefully you are taking the American Heart Month opportunity to educate your patients on heart disease prevention, treatment and other heart disease info. One of the goals of the HITECH Act and the transition to electronic health records is to educate patients and get them engaged in their own health care.
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