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By Sentinel Staff Writer
Published April 18, 2007

Global Cardio Care’s founder Sara Soulati will hold a ‘Live Life’ seminar on Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to noon in Inglewood.

This health for peace seminar promises to provide EECP, its power, how it saves lives, and betters overall health. The seminar includes history of bypass surgery, and angioplasty procedures; risk factors, how to modify and manage them, simple health screenings to increase healthier longevity, a personal health philosophy using an eight-step program, metabolic syndrome, what it is and how to prevent it.

Soulati, is a woman with extreme passion and dedication to help improve life. She wears many hats and is literally a walking storehouse of knowledge, when it comes to heart disease. She remains very much in the forefront of meaningful programs and projects in the African American community.

Many seek after her counsel and advice. She has a mission on improving the lives of others, one heart beat at a time.

Global Cardio Care clinic is the largest free standing medical and wellness clinic in the world managing deliverance of FDA approved enhanced external counterpulsation (EECP).

Simply put, EECP is FDA approved for congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease and angina (chest pain).

Global Cardio Care, helps you fight cardiovascular disease with EECP, painless, non-surgical and no medication. They offer EECP treatment beds, board certified cardiologists and internal medicine physicians, advance diagnostic testing devices and a nutrition and wellness education program

Soulati says, “We have arteries from our eyes all the way down to our feet.

The arteries are transporters of oxygenated blood throughout the whole entire body and if that gets blocked then blood does not get to any part of the body, whether it’s the kidneys, organs, brain, or eyes. When you lose your arteries your system starts to break down, and all the focus on the medical field is on the organs; We need a new heart, or a kidney transplant, but they fail to look at the artery. When there’s a blockage, our body grows new arteries, or new pathways, but there needs to be oxygenated blood.

“Drink water in the morning, (water without food), and one hour before you eat, then exercise and have your fruit. Fruit is a detoxifier.” Soulati says, “this is the way you detoxify daily.”

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