Massive Heart Attack Victim Saved With Sara Soulati Lifestyle Program, EECP

ALT="Logo for Sara Soulati Health for Life Program with Five Elements"A massive heart attack nearly killed Lee Alden in her late ’50s. She was vacationing in Europe, looked out at the blue sky and said to herself, “Is this how it feels to die?”

She had one complete blockage in an artery and two others nearly totally blocked. The surgeons in Germany inserted three stents to stabilize her to get home. They told her to go straight to emergency when she landed without going home. That’s what she did. U.S. surgeons were waiting to operate with an emergency heart bypass.

Lee began to feel better for a short while. She then fell ill again with intense angina pectoris. She took three variations of nitroglycerin daily. Also, Lee had unstable angina that caused her quality of life to suffer. Lee wasn’t ready to die and was desperate for an alternative to open-heart surgery. Doctors wanted her to undergo another open-heart procedure.

Lee Chose EECP Instead Of Open Heart Surgery

In speaking with her physician about EECP, Enhanced External Counterpulsation, Lee learned that her physician was a naysayer about EECP. After probing further, Lee found out the reason why her doctor didn’t like EECP was due to its cost effectiveness.

Without further consideration, Lee contacted CEO Sara Soulati of Global Cardio Care and enrolled in the Sara Soulati Health for Life program. Lee completed 35 hours of EECP therapy, paid for by a friend. She say her:

  • Ejection fraction improved from 29 to 35
  • She lost 14 pounds of fluid
  • She was able to walk on a treadmill for 1 hour with NO chest pain
  • She took a taxi to the grocery and walked home three miles with her groceries
  • She saw improvement in cholesterol and blood pressure.
  • She did not need surgery!
  • Her entire quality of life has improved.

Without the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, Lee Alden would not be with us today. She is fully aware that this patent-pending program saved her life. She is also fully grateful for Sara Soulati and her gift of another full session of EECP to solidify her path to recovery.

Lee is plagued with hypercholesterolemia, a disease that dumps high volume of cholesterol into her arteries and clogs them. She found out that EECP is like a NaturalBypass that opens up new collaterals for blood to flow around blockages.

We wish Lee the absolute best in her life with her new education about plant-based nutrition, the ability to exercise without chest pain, and her positivity and inspiration for herself and others.

Heart Attack Victim Shares Her Story

By | 2017-07-12T23:31:25+00:00 November 30th, 2016|EECP Patient Stories|1 Comment

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  1. […] someone has a massive heart attack, there’s often no time to contemplate what happens next. Luckily for Lee Alden, a woman in […]

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