“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will instruct his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet, and the cause and prevention of disease.”Thomas Edison
This powerful interview features Dr. Curtis and Dr. John Sullivan.
Dr. Sullivan and Dr. Curtis once again return to share their wealth of knowledge of whole food nutrition and human disease.
This was a high energy discussion about the origin of several forms of heart disease including: Coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, and atrial fibrillation.
Buckle up, this interview challenges many common treatment modalities including hypertension drugs, cholesterol and even intervention strategies such as bypass surgery and stents.
Dr. Sullivan cites article after article from major medical journals to explore how nutrition and lifestyle impact heart health, longevity, and optimal performance of the heart.
This chat has something for everyone and especially anyone striving to maximize health, improve energy, and prevent disease.
We hope listening to this special, passionate conversation, spurs you to think, question and broaden your view of health and nutrition.
- Hard hitting challenge to modern medicine
- Discussion of blood pressure management and research
- Research you probably never heard about heart attacks
- Is lowering cholesterol important?
- Controversy around treating cholesterol
- What does research say about bypass surgery, stents, and heart disease?
- Role of multiple vitamins in heart health (B, D, Iron, Copper, etc.)
- How poor digestion affects heart health
- Specific research related to congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation
- Role of inflammation
- Factors that cause heart disease
- Optimal nutritional concepts and supplements for heart disease/heart support
- Cataplex B, Cyruta/Cyruta plus, cardioplus
- Benefits of sleep, exercise, and stress management
*Remember this episode is an interview and for educational and entertainment purposes. Do not take any concepts discussed as specific medical advice for you, without discussing with your personal physician.
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