Like the old Endocardiograph (designed and introduced in 1937 by Dr. Royal Lee), the Acoustic Cardiograph (ACG – introduced in 1997) records the sounds of the heart as the blood moves through the various chambers, valves, and vessels. The graph signature reflects the opening and closing of the valves, the contraction and strength of the heart muscle, and the efficiency of the movement of the blood. It is important to emphasize that the ACG reflects the efficiency of heart function and an evaluation quickly determines the following:
- Essential fatty acid requirements
- Adrenal fatigue
- Liver and kidney congestion
- Heart muscle strength
- Mineral imbalance – especially calcium utilization
- Decreased oxygen utilization
- Reduced digestive capability
The heart is the window to the body!
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