FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE SARA SOULATI HEALTH FOR LIFE PROGRAM CREATES EECP AND HYPERTENSION VIDEO
Education About Effects of EECP on High Blood Pressure Part of Sara Soulati Program at Global Cardio Care, Inc.
LOS ANGELES, (March 12, 2013) – Sara Soulati, CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc., announced today the release of the third in a series of EECP and disease animation videos about hypertension as part of The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program.
The video addresses the positive effects of Enhanced External Counterpulsation on high blood pressure. When people enroll in The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program, a plant-based nutrition and exercise program featuring EECP at its core, a series of audio and videotapes are offered as part of the total lifestyle modification program.
To access the video detailing how EECP positively influences high blood pressure, visit the Global Cardio Care YouTube channel or Facebook.
“Anyone who experiences the power of EECP to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease realizes a reduction in hypertension as an ancillary benefit,” said Sara Soulati, CEO of Global Cardio Care. “At the EECP clinics we manage, people experience this beneficial program that repairs and rejuvenates all organs of the body with increased circulation and reduction of inflammation.”
The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program™ is a five-star program completed over 35 days and more, that empowers people to take control of their lifestyle, making them a champion for prevention and reversal of cardiovascular disease and complete lifestyle transformation.
About Global Cardio Care, Inc.
Global Cardio Care launched in 2002 to manage physician practices that deliver EECP treatment. In two locations in Inglewood and West Los Angeles, California, Global Cardio Care clinics deliver upwards of 20,000 hours of EECP treatment annually. Since 1996, Sara Soulati, CEO and founder of Global Cardio Care, has been practicing in the field of EECP therapy. She is one of the foremost authorities on the effects of EECP in the fight against cardiovascular disease.