The Sara Soulati Method of EECP, Enhanced External Counterpulsation, was instrumental in reducing symptoms of Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) disease, as told by a patient who enrolled in the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program.
A Massachusetts man suffering from Parkinson’s disease and serious Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) disease visited Global Cardio Care Centers in October 2015. He received treatment with the Sara Soulati Method of EECP that combines the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program (SSHFLP) with non-invasive, FDA-cleared Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP). He completed 34 hours of the program in mid-December.
The Sara Soulati Health for Life Program is a lifestyle modification and disease prevention program for those suffering from cardiovascular disease, circulatory disease, inflammation, and other illness.
A Patient’s Story About Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth
With his combination of Parkinson’s disease and SIBO that plagues him, this patient named Chris, was particularly uncomfortable from foods that affected SIBO.
Prior to and following the program, Chris’s vital signs were measured. He had blood pressure of 120/88 mm Hg that reduced to 112/82 mm Hg post program. His heart rate at the start of the program was 71-78 bpm, and that reduced to 69-72 bpm by the end of the programs. His weight remained the same at 154.6 lbs.
When Chris arrived, he informed physicians and technicians of his discomfort from SIBO that limited his food choices to non-glucose, non-gluten, no grains, and nuts or fruits diet. He was unable to eat all the foods he enjoyed; however, Chris has had food allergies to wheat and gluten since childhood.
Those with SIBO generally eat a no- grain, low-glycemic diet to help with digestion. To attempt to cure discomfort from SIBO, Chris adhered to a strict diet and antibiotics; however, the symptoms were never completely cured. A primary side effect of SIBO is fatigue, and this man shared that he had low energy on a daily basis.
Several weeks after returning home from Los Angeles to Massachusetts, Chris accidentally ate some previously forbidden food. He noticed no unusual discomfort from the food intake, and Chris realized that his SIBO symptoms had abated. Three months later, he still enjoys no relapse of SIBO. He is now eating white carbs, nuts, grains, rice, fruit, potatoes, and some sugar without discomfort.
As for his symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, Chris revealed that during EECP therapy the tremors and limping were reduced. Since receiving the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, Chris has increased his exercise regimen to help alleviate symptoms of Parkinson’s. He had been a poor exerciser, but hearing the teachings of Sara Soulati have helped him understand the importance of exercise for his disease.
Finally, Chris shared that his sleep apnea had also improved, and he has been able to sleep uninterrupted for 90-minute stretches.
About Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth
When large numbers of bacteria from the colon (large intestine) proliferate in the small intestine, it is called small intestine bacteria overgrowth. Sometimes people call their symptoms irritable bowel syndrome.
Treatment for sufferers of SIBO includes antibiotics and probiotics. To date, there has been no formal study on the effect of EECP on SIBO.Thousands of people suffer from this malady, and the symptoms include abdominal bloating or distension, gas, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and sometimes weight loss.
About the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program
Since 2010, when Sara Soulati invented her program, it has evolved into a total health approach. Today, the Sara Soulati Health for Life program is patent pending with a proprietary risk assessment and daily vital sign record oriented to the success of lifestyle modification.
The program is a disease prevention program that screens, educates, treats with EECP, coaches and provides instant feedback about nutrition and vital signs.
There are 35 hours of audiotape delivered by CEO Sara Soulati, and the topics she addresses are oriented to vegan and plant-based nutrition, moderate exercise, hydration, toxins, meditation, and preventing cardiovascular disease and other illness.
If you or someone you know suffers from small intestine bacteria overgrowth, then consider the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program as an option to try. You may reach us at 310-473-3030 or 310-412-8181 to schedule a free session.