Sara Soulati Health For Life Program

Sara Soulati Health For Life Program
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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Open-Heart Surgery Is Invasive And Unsafe, Says Sara Soulati

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CEO Sara Soulati is a pioneer in the field of Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP). She has been working in the field since 1996 when EECP was merely a blip on the radar of anyone in the healthcare world.

Since 2002, when she launched Global Cardio Care, Inc. to manage physician practices that deliver EECP to those suffering from cardiovascular disease, Sara Soulati has been widening and improving her knowledge about EECP and its effect on human physiology.

Recently, on February 25, 2017, the world learned the news of Bill Paxton's death after complications from open-heart surgery. He was just 61-years-old, an actor and celebrity. He starred in Aliens, Titanic, and Apollo 13 among many other movies. Celebrities at the Oscar's the next day mourned, and others mourned, too.

Mr. Paxton is not the only person to suffer the horrors of open-heart surgery. There are many faces, unknown to the world of celebrity, who die unnecessarily, too.

EECP Is An Alternative To Open-Heart Surgery


EECP is a non-invasive method of preventing and reversing cardiovascular disease. When the procedure is combined with the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, a lifestyle modification program, then people have an alternative to having their chest cracked open.

EECP has been around since the 1960s and in the 1970s it began to get FDA clearance for people suffering heart attack in the emergency room. It is a passive exercise and a second heart for the body.

You're hooked to an EKG, and three sets of cuffs wrap around calves, thighs, and buttocks. When the heart is at rest, the cuffs inflate in rapid sequence and squeeze the lower extremities causing enhanced circulation. When the heart pumps the cuffs deflate. The mechanism is like a second heart pumping for the body, and each organ is re-profused with oxygenated blood that helps the heart do its job.

During this procedure, the arteries also benefit.  EECP causes secretion of hormones in the lining of the arterial wall, called the endothelium. The hormones cause the arteries to become elastic and supple. At the same time, new collaterals form around blockages in the arteries. This is called angiogenesis, and EECP is clinically proven to promote angiogenesis.

Why Consider EECP?


If you are plagued with cardiovascular disease and your arteries are clogged with plaque, then EECP could be an option for your future health. The prescription is written by a cardiologist whose judgment it is to prescribe the therapy based on a person's medical history.

People who come to the physician practice at Global Cardio Care Centers and Global Cardio Care -- West Los Angeles are supervised by physicians during EECP. They also learn about lifestyle modification each day and experience daily audio learning with the Sara Says program.

EECP is known to positively influence hypertension. Many, many people who come to the centers with high blood pressure often eliminate medication for hypertension. Others improve overall quality of life with better sleep, more stamina and endurance, and realize natural improvement in erectile dysfunction.

There are people with stroke who begin to walk and eat again and their speech patterns also improve. People lose weight without trying and even chest pain is reduced.

For everyone who has experienced invasive surgical procedures to heal the heart, please consider EECP first! See if you're a candidate for the therapy and learn how you can take control of a preventable disease. Call 310-473-3030 to learn more.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

What Is EECP?

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EECP is Enhanced External Counterpulsation. It is a circulatory therapy that acts like a second heart helping to circulate oxygenated blood from the lower extremities through the heart and all organs.

EECP has been around since the 1950s at Harvard University where it originated as a hydraulic technology. When the Chinese became active in the technology, the hydraulics were eliminated and a pulsation mechanism was added.

Today, EECP is a comfortable experience. You lie on a comfortable bed, and three blood-pressure type cuffs are wrapped around calves, thighs and buttocks. Your heart is hooked to an EKG, and when your heart rests, the cuffs inflate rapidly in sequence. When your heart pumps, the cuffs deflate.

It is this squeezing mechanism that puts shear stress on the arteries and causes secretion of a hormone called vascular endothelial growth factor, or VEGF. This hormone is secreted in the endothelium, the inner wall of the artery, and it causes arteries to become supple and more elastic.

EECP Is A Natural Bypass

Because of the squeezing and pulsation mechanism during EECP, it also acts like a natural bypass. EECP is clinically proven to open new collaterals for blood flow around blockages. Some people have a natural tendency to bypass blockages in their arteries; with EECP, these blockages are bypassed naturally with the squeezing and pulsing mechanism of the technology.

Sara Soulati EECP Method

When Sara Soulati, CEO of Global Cardio Care, formed her company in 2002 to manage physician practices that deliver EECP therapy, she was already studying the effects of EECP on adult physiology. She knew that people who were gravely ill with cardiovascular disease needed EECP therapy to help reverse this illness.

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What she also discovered was the influence of functional foods and lifestyle modification on overall health. Soulati created the Sara Soulati EECP Method that combines the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program with EECP. Her patent-pending program is five elements that help people screen for risk factors; educate about lifestyle choices; treat with EECP; assess daily food intake with instant feedback; and, love and support coaching.

Where Is EECP Available?

People can come to Global Cardio Care in Inglewood, California or Global Cardio Care West Los  Angeles to get a center dedicated to this therapy alongside the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program.

At around 900 worldwide centers, EECP is offered, and these are mostly in independent centers or in physician offices on hospital campuses. Many academic medical centers have EECP, and there are some 250 clinical research papers written about the effects of EECP on overall health.

To learn more about EECP, you can visit http://globalcardiocare.com, and you can also call 310-473-3030 to schedule a free session.

EECP is covered by most insurance and Medicare, as well, with some guidelines that must be followed.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Hydrate Every Day Says Sara Soulati

Did you hydrate today?

Sara Soulati is creator of a lifestyle program and within the educational component are 35 days worth of handouts and audiotapes to teach people to control life by eliminating risk factors for disease.

One of the days' themes is about water. Why hydrate every day? The Sara Soulati Health for Life Program is patent-pending and it blends lifestyle medicine with EECP.

When you visit the two centers managed by Sara Soulati and her teams, you will learn a lot about how you can prevent heart disease with the tips offered by Sara Soulati. For example, when you come in on day three, you will hear about tips to hydrate and why water is the Magic Elixir.
Most people don't have a clue why they need to hydrate; but, if you listen to the Sara Soulati audiotapes you'll soon find out!

To give you a sample of Sara Soulati's teachings on lifestyle, we include some basic reasons why you need to hydrate to help your body remain healthy.

Sara Soulati Hydration Tips


  1. Drink several liters of water when you get up and then a total of a gallon of water throughout the day. You'll:

  • Have healthier skin
  • Flush toxins from the body
  • Cushion and lubricate joints and muscles
  • Keep the bowels regular
  • Regulate body temperature
  • Help burn fat and build muscle
2.  Looking to lose weight? Water is the best secret when it comes to losing weight. When you hydrate, you keep the stomach full of water and you feel fewer hunger pains. Try it!
3. Your kidneys need water.  These two organs help dilute minerals and salts and other toxins from your body. Without the proper levels of water, you could develop kidney stones that would need to pass through the kidneys and urinary tract. Very painful!  
4. Water hydrates your skin. With enough water, you can hydrate and plump the skin to make it elastic. Winter is a difficult time for skin. When you shower in hot water, the skin becomes dry, flaky and dead. When you shower in temperate water and you hydrate your skin shows you're taking care of it.
5. Your tummy needs water to help digest the foods you're eating. You already know how intricate, long and curvy the intestinal system is, right? With the proper amount of fluid, you can help the stomach digest foods and contribute to an easy bowel movement, too.

About Sara Soulati Health for Life

This lifestyle medicine program includes five elements that contribute to making you a champion for your best health and longevity. We combine this program with EECP, the alternative cardiovascular disease therapy that reverses and prevents heart disease with the Sara Soulati Health for Life program.

We encourage you to come in for a free EECP session and learn the power of both EECP and the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program. Please call 310-412-8181 to schedule!

Thursday, January 26, 2017

About Sara Soulati, EECP Authority, Inventor And CEO

Sara Soulati is inventor of the patent-pending Sara Soulati Health for Life Program. She is an expert in lifestyle medicine and CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc., founded in 2002 in conjunction with physician practices that deliver alternative cardiovascular health therapy.

Since 1996, earlier than any other healthcare practitioner, Sara has been a pioneer in the field of Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP®), an FDA-cleared, non-surgical alternative to cardiovascular disease treatment.

Sara created the Sara Soulati EECP Method combining disease assessment and prevention modalities consisting of applied medical anthropology in conjunction with lifestyle medicine.
She has studied the effects of EECP on the entire body from head to toe since 1996.  She used her academic training in applied anthropology to assess the health of each individual as it pertained to lifestyle and human behavior. Once the lifestyle factors were understood, she worked alongside physicians on EECP protocol and delivered the Sara Soulati Health for Life program simultaneously. The program is customized per individual need and seeks to encourage people to become champions for their health and longevity.

As CEO of Global Cardio Care and Sara Soulati, LLC, her mission is to save lives with education, without medication or surgery, and with lifestyle health coaching for the underserved who live in the heart of the African-American community.  She launched her business in Inglewood, Cali. to address serious issues of healthcare access for the critically ill suffering from cardiovascular disease.


Sara Soulati Timeline


In 2001, Sara received funding from First A.M.E. Church from the FAME Fund to administer her program and save lives in the heart of urban Los Angeles. She offered people EECP and lifestyle choices as an alternative  to cardiac bypass surgery, stents, and cardiac catheterization.

Today, Global Cardio Care Centers in Inglewood is the largest, independent treatment facility in the world oriented to EECP combined with the exclusive, patent-pending Sara Soulati Health for Life Program.

As a vegan at the young age of 19-years-old, Sara knew that plant-based nutrition was the answer to cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases. As she was preparing for a future in healthcare as a physician assistant, she took courses in biochemistry, nursing and anthropology. She began training in cardiology, critical care and intensive care units, and then went to work in emergency medicine. She saw first hand that poor food choices were contributing to disease, and the most confusing thing was that people serving the food and eating the food were not informed. No one knew about the correlation of food to disease or the impact medical anthropology has on preventing and reversing lifestyle illness like cardiovascular disease.
In 2003, she produced a series of audiotapes to teach people what she knew about plant-based nutrition, food preparation, hydration, stress reduction and relaxation techniques, exercise, detoxification, and more. With her audiotapes, she began to teach every minute of every day as people received EECP therapy. Her mission was to save lives with education, alternative lifestyle choices, and non-surgical, lifestyle medicine.

In 2012, Sara opened Global Cardio Care—West Los Angeles to accommodate others interested in anti-aging and disease prevention. Upwards of 30,000 treatment hours of EECP are delivered annually.

Her academic training in applied anthropology allowed her to apply data with lifestyle and human behavior to solve social problems. She studied cultural and genetic implications of disease to help fine tune the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program. Her unique perspective, blending a non-surgical treatment with medical anthropology based on lifestyle factors and human behavior, provides a healthcare solution to the number-one cause of mortality in the world – cardiovascular disease.  my nursing and hospital work

Sara’s intent to prevent and reverse cardiovascular disease was immediately incorporated into her customized method of treatment that includes lifestyle modification combined with the patent-pending Sara Soulati Health For Life Program™.

The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program


    The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program is patent pending and oriented to human behavior, education, and the connection with plant-based nutrition and how inferior foods contribute to inflammatory disease. Her program is based on cardiovascular disease as a lifestyle illness that can be prevented.    
  
EECP is clinically proven to positively affect angina pectoris, the health of the endothelium within arteries, and circulation throughout organs and the vascular system. It is also shown to influence decrease in hypertension, the effects of stroke, diabetes, chest pain, heart disease, obesity, and other illnesses.
  
Sara’s method of lifestyle medicine is founded on education, non-surgical procedures, coaching and early intervention to prevent cardiovascular disease. She is the only expert who has delivered this powerful program since 1996. Her technique is oriented to individual lifestyle and education centered around individual assessment and a customized approach with a philosophy of love and support health coaching with instant feedback in real time.

When people are shown love and encouragement to make a lifestyle change, they blossom and assume control of their health destiny. They understand that their lifestyle is contributing to disease risk factors and once they receive the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, they are more knowledgeable about how to regain control of their future health.

Her program teaches anti-inflammation techniques to help clients make changes in nutrition that eliminates animal by-products, reduces stress with relaxation and meditation, includes daily exercise, and blends EECP therapy as a lifestyle medicine program.  She began to study the effect of food on disease in 1996. She taught them how to cook and eat plant-based nutrition. She encouraged lifestyle modification beginning with food and exercise. In her assessment, she documented chest pain, and then studied the emotional aspects of pain and lifestyle.


Sara is a frequent lecturer in churches within the community, at senior centers, and at community centers and special health events to teach people how to prevent and reverse cardiovascular disease with her successful lifestyle program.  She is an influencer and sought-after authority on alternative health and frequent guest on national TV and radio as well as Internet TV and satellite radio.
Sara graduated in 2000 from California State Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts degree in applied medical anthropology and biochemistry.