Dr. Stephen Sinatra

Dr. Stephen Sinatra ACAM Lecture (The Linus Pauling Award)

Today my friend and mentor from my Master's program at the Univ. of Connecticut , Dr Stephen Sinatra was honored with the Linus Pauling award at our lunch break. As many of you know , Dr Pauling is the only person in history to win 2 ( unshared) Nobel Prizes in Medicine. His work was centered around research on Vitamin C and its use in high doses for the treatment of disease. As many of you also know, we have been using intravenous Vitamin C as part of our comprehensive cancer treatment program since 2008, and the miraculous results continue to accumulate day by day.

I felt very blessed to be sitting next to him when his name was called.

Dr Sinatra lectured twice today. His morning topic was Healing the Heart with Vibrational Medicine.

Most of this lecture was spent giving us statistics on the damages to our body from electromagnetic radiation from cell phones, computers, microwave ovens, and other forms of modern technology.

He flashed a slide that I tried to capture on my cell phone, posted below that shows the brain damage to the 5 year old due to cell phone use much greater than to the 10 year old brain , greater than to the adult brain.

He pointed out the incredible amount of infertility in our country now, due to chemicals in our air, food, prescription medication , water. Not only chemicals , but also heavy metals and electromagnetic radiation.

35% of females and 45% of males are what he called subfertile.

Headaches and ringing in the ears both can be due to too much electromagnetic frequency exposure.

He advises do not carry your cell phone in your pocket. Set your phone down when texting and when you push ' send', Do not put your laptop on your lap, throw away any cordless ( land line) phones, use Ethernet instead of wifi. If you use wifi , try to be at least 20 feet from the base , and stand 30 feet from the microwave when in use.

So now you are asking, what did Dr Sinatra cover in the afternoon lecture? Well thank you for asking. The topic was Women and Heart Disease : Special Considerations, Diastolic Dysfunction : A Growing Epidemic. That pretty much explains most of it. Diastolic dysfunction means that the heart is relatively stiff and has trouble filling due to being too stiff. Toxins can be responsible for the stiffness. The game plan is pretty straight forward. First, we can test you for heavy metals , and once that information is known , do iv chelation to remove them. Otherwise , the heart muscle is rehabilitated how we have probably already coached you up on previously. Dr Sinatra's " Awesome 4 some " that he wrote about in his 2004 book called Metabolic Cardiology , and two additional things I added to it , both of which I think you have heard of ; exercise and fish oil. Again, with respect to exercise , the goal is to work up to 30 min per day, 4-5 days per week. Fish oil or krill oil 1 gram per day. Dr Sinatra's awesome 4some are : Co enzyme Q10 ( 100 mg daily for healthy people/ maintenance , 100 mg twice daily for persons with high blood pressure, and 100 mg 3 times per day for congestive heart failure. Acetyl-l-carnitine 500mg -650 mg twice per day, Magnesium 500-800 mg per day, And D-ribose one scoop twice per day.

Thank you all for your interest in staying well and being the best you can be, so that you can help others be the best they can be. And don't forget!!!- Dr Sinatra is scheduled to be Linda and my guest on our radio show on Nov 18. The show's first aire date is Oct 7 , 3pm Central time. It will run on consecutive Fridays for 13 weeks. In addition to Dr Sinatra , we will also have the following guests: Doug Kaufmann host of the television series Know The Cause, Dr Richard Becker , co- host ( wife Cindy) of the television series , " Your Health Matters" , and Erin Elizabeth of Health Nut News , which has 450,000 followers to date. As we add more guests we will keep you posted. To join the show live, log in to VoiceAmerica.com . Linda and I and all of our staff appreciate your support so much.


-Dr G

Linus Pauling Awards