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A complete review

with product and lifestyle recommendations.



Your heart absorbs nutrients very quickly for the reason that your body is primarily concerned with keeping it beating. Dr. Lee determined which whole food nutrients would restore the correct rate, rhythm, and tone of the heart. Then, when proper nutrition is supplied to the body, the improvement in the heart is reflected in subsequent graphs, often within minutes. The HSR can be an important tool in evaluating overall health and then in following the progress being made when under proper nutritional care. The correction in the nutritional status of the heart then also reflects throughout the body in greater endurance, ability to rest, and overall wellbeing 


Detection with Correction Heart Rate, Rhythm, and Tone.

The Heart Sound Recorder provides a non-invasive look into the function, balance and performance of your nervous system and muscles. By assessing your autonomic nervous system, we're able to measure your overall health and wellness. The Heart Sound Recorder is a non-invasive procedure where a specialized microphone is placed over each of the four valves of the heart. The HSR then graphs the sound and movement of the heart so that the rate, rhythm, and tone of the heart may be evaluated. 

BASELINE HEALTH PROMO. Heart Sound Recorder Session with review and recommendations.

Learn about nutrients that support your heart

Every day your heart beats 100,000 times, sending 2,000 gallons of blood surging through your body.

Certain types of heart stress can be monitored by seeing the Rate, Rhythm, and Tone of the heart cycle on the graph.

Your nervous system controls the RATE of which your heart beats. One side of your nervous system (sympathetic) manages your "fight or flight" responses and can accelerate your heart rate, The other side (parasympathetic) manages your "rest and digest" response and can slow your heart rate. You need a healthy balance between the two. 

The RHYTHM of your heart should show a specific work to rest ratio on the graph. Your heart should be resting twice as long as it is working. Observations are made to see if your heart is working too hard, or not working hard enough. 

The TONE of your heart is referring to the strength of the ventricles as they push blood through your body. The height and width of the 'lub dub' sound your heart makes on the graph, shows how efficiently your heart is pushing blood through your body and refilling to prepare for the next cardiac cycle