Sara Soulati is CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc.
She is one of the world’s leading authorities on Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP), a non-invasive therapy for cardiovascular disease. Since 1996, she has worked in this field, and she is one of the most-respected experts about EECP for all cardiovascular diseases and a variety of other illness.
Sara Soulati is inventor of the patent-pending Sara Soulati Health for Life Program. She blends lifestyle medicine with her proven program and utilizes EECP to heal hearts and help people suffering from cardiovascular disease.
She founded Global Cardio Care, Inc., in conjunction with physician practices that deliver EECP. She and her team manage a physician practice in Inglewood, California and West Los Angeles, California.
- When Sara Soulati helped pioneer the field of EECP®, an FDA-cleared, non-surgical alternative to cardiovascular disease treatment, she had a vision to bring this treatment to mass audiences and treat everyone with a heart.
- Sara created the Sara Soulati EECP Method combining disease assessment and prevention modalities consisting of applied medical anthropology in conjunction with lifestyle medicine.
- She studied the effects of EECP on the entire body from head to toe.
- 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 future health and longevity.
Sara Soulati Timeline
While at the helm of Global Cardio Care and Sara Soulati, LLC, her mission has been to save lives with education, without medication or surgery, and with support and 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.
In 2001, Sara received funding from First A.M.E. – FAME FUND Church to administer her program and save lives in the heart of urban Los Angeles. She gave people an alternative consideration 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.
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™.
Sara Soulati Health for Life Program and Lifestyle Medicine
The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program is 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.
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.
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.