Dr. Stephen Sinatra


Stephen Sinatra

Stephen Sinatra, MD

Dr. Stephen Sinatra is a board-certified cardiologist and certified bioenergetic analyst with more than 30 years of experience in helping patients prevent and reverse heart disease.

He founded the New England Heart Center in 1987 and became a well-known advocate of combining conventional medical treatments for heart disease with complementary nutritional, anti-aging, and psychological therapies.

Dr. Sinatra’s written works include more than a dozen books, including The Great Cholesterol Myth, Reverse Heart Disease Now, and Heartbreak & Heart Disease, as well as dozens of contributions to peer-reviewed medical journals such as the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Heart Disease, CT Medicine, and the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. He also wrote the monthly newsletter Heart, Health & Nutrition for more than 15 years.

To learn more about his approach to preventing and treating disease, visit Dr. Sinatra's web site.

Articles by Dr. Stephen Sinatra

What Is a Healthy Cholesterol Level?

A healthy cholesterol level is more than your total cholesterol number, says Dr. Stephen Sinatra, who stresses that it must also take into account your cholesterol fractions.

Health Revelations from Heaven and Earth

More than a decade ago, Tommy Rosa died in a hit-and-run accident. He went to (what he understood as) Heaven, where he was taught by a spirit guide, and returned with 8 revelations about human health. In Health Revelations from Heaven and Earth, Tommy tells his story and teams up with renowned cardiologist Stephen Sinatra, MD, to share these amazing lessons and how they are corroborated by medical wisdom so you can revitalize your health, renew your sense of purpose, and balance your spirit. Now you can experience this life-changing story for yourself.

Lifestyle for Longevity

What is a good lifestyle to insure great heart health and long life? Should you eat saturated fats or not? Does your cholesterol really matter? How much exercise is necessary? Read what Dr. Sinatra, cardiologist, has to share and take the Heart Health Questionnaire to see how you fare.

Beware of NSAIDs, Especially After a Heart Attack

NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatories) have the potential to affect the kidneys and liver, contribute to high blood pressure in women, and cause intestinal bleeding. Some research suggests that NSAIDs are cardio-toxic. Dr. Stephen Sinatra warns patients not to take them on a regular basis for any length of time.

Sidestepping Stroke: The Sinatra Prevention Plan

More than three quarters of a million Americans are affected by stroke each year and the deficits encountered by survivors make stroke a leading cause of functional disability. Dr. Stephen Sinatra offers a comprehensive stroke prevention plan.

Wireless Warning

Wireless technologies, including cell phones and cordless phones, aren't totally safe for everybody says Dr. Stephen Sinatra. Some people "are being adversely impacted" by electromagnetic frequency (EMF, the fields emitted from household wiring and appliances) and radio frequency (RF, the fields emitted by microwaves and wireless technology).

Know the Evidence: Help Safeguard Your Family from Electro-pollution

Human bodies are more sensitive than wireless devices, so if your laptop, cordless phone or mobile phone can pick up a signal, your body and brain cells are receiving those waves as well. Many hundreds of studies strongly support the view that this type of radiation is responsible for a range of adverse health effects.

Heart Failure Roundup: The CoQ10, Fish Oil, Statin Connection

Dr. Sinatra shares information on the role that CoQ10, fish oil and other supplements play in heart health. He takes a close look at statin drugs and cholesterol. FAIM's goal is to help broaden prospectives through education and thanks Dr. Sinatra for sharing this vital information with our readers.

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The Great Cholesterol Myth Cookbook

The Great Cholesterol Myth Cookbook provides a detailed, yet easy-to-understand explanation of what it really means to eat for heart health. Authors Stephen Sinatra, MD, Jonny Bowden, PhD, and Deirdre Rawlings, ND, PhD provide a robust, detailed meal plan and roadmap to prevent and reverse heart disease.

The Great Cholesterol Myth

Learn how to look at cholesterol and heart disease differently. This book is vital for anyone with heart disease, high cholesterol, taking statins, or if you simply want to protect yourself from heart disease in the future.

Earthing: The most important health discovery ever?

It is now well established that the energy on the surface of the Earth is mainly electrical. The central theme of this book is that we draw this electrical energy into our body in the form of free electrons through our bare feet. These electrons resonate at a variety of frequencies and the frequencies reset our biology, providing the body with electrical energy and behaving as anti-oxidants.