Gems from the field in using the Heart Sound Recorder
These are general statements from various practitioners who have been using the Heart Sound Recorder (HSR) for the last three years since the computerized system has been introduced. Since the original related heart testing equipment has been out for decades, the collected data is in many thousands.
The magnificence of the HSR system is how nutrition relates to the findings. We don’t see this with ECG (EKG) testing. It’s one thing to see what is happening to the heart valves and heart in general, but the big plus is how this relates to life style and nutrition. Besides, it’s not someone verbally saying a person needs a food supplement (or drug), but when the patient can see the chart findings, it has a lot more meaning.
Because most do not get enough B4 or even get it since it is not made synthetically, many need this as tested on the Heart Sound Recorder. This is a reason why we have so many heart problems (B4 for electrical conduction).
People on a lot of pop will improve once off as shown by before and after recordings (now if we can get a certain President off Diet Cola, he may have better control of his ADHD).
It is very common to see people’s adrenals under stress (high S2 reading on the Pulmonary). High sugar stresses the adrenals, which in turn constricts blood vessels thus raising blood pressure.
Poor tissue oxygenation is common. A lack of ionizable calcium can be a problem, correctable by this calcium along with the needed proper fats. It is important to have ionizable calcium.
The methylation bandwagon is near scam. Synthetic vitamin Bs can be degraded by the liver, adding to the problem of proper methylation, easily correctable. Furthermore, testing for homocysteine (relatively low cost) is often more meaningful.
Closed head injury is more common then a person might think; it is not just seen in athletic cases.
This is just a small sampling of what has come out in HSR testing and analysis.
Looking at the heart shows many correlationships for overall body performance.
Dr. Logan, Dec 2019