George J. Goodheart, D.C.

20567 Mack Avenue

Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236

PHONE: 313-881-0662 FAX: 313-881-8691

Acoustic Cardiograph Company

3963 Mission Boulevard

San Diego, CA 92109


The use of the Phonocardiograph (Endocardiograph) was an early part of the diagnostic routine we now use for new patients. We then used the Endocardiograph (V.P. Co.) with great success, and now use the technologically advanced Acoustic CardioGraph (ACG). The value of graphing the heart sounds one hears with a stethoscope is a valuable and ready asset to understanding the diagnosis of hypoglycemia and hypoadrenia, for example. The variable valve rate of the mitral, tricuspid, aortic, and pulmonary valves offers a quick insight into the presence of the so-called zeta potential that the heart should place on the red cells, white cells, and platelets, as well as the blood vessel walls, insuring a repulsive effect on the cellular components and affording better laminar blood flow and less "clumping" of cellular components. The value judgement of the valve rate also aids in electrolyte estimation and need for nutritional support for both tachycardia and bradycardia. Liver conditions can be better identified and potential CYHF problems can be detected earlier, as well as changes in the cardia "rest" cycle so commonly missed in other valuations currently in use. The Guyton cited that normal respiratory sinus arrhythmia is easily detected and is a standard part of our diagnostic routine for all patients. Dr. Kaslow has a fine reputation enhanced by my own respect for his father's discerning physician can't be overestimated. The ACG gives more information in less time than even our computerized patient program, and allows therapeutic progress estimation that parellels patient progress. My 60 years in practice, much of it using phonocardiography, allows me to make these statements.

G.J. Goodheart, D.C., DIBAK, FICC

Research Director, ICAK

March 24, 1999





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March 5, 1998


John Brady — Director

Acoustic CardioGraph

3963 Mission Boulevard

San Diego, CA 92109

Dear John,

It was a real pleasure to meet you at the N.H.F. convention and learn that the Acoustic CardioGraph is still being promoted to doctors. I have no hesitation in saying that during the 30 years of practice, I considered it one of the most valuable and practical diagnostic instruments of the many I had. I tell my patients that it is the best simple office instrument for gaining quick and accurate insights into the basic body biochemistry. As it reads the health, state of muscles, nerves and fibrous tissues of the heart, it does the same for muscles nervous, ligaments and bones of the body, even while a patient is immobile. All these tissues being fed by the same blood the results have to apply to the body equally as well as to the heart.

God help me if I am ever forced to practice without this instrument.

It is great to be able to foresee problems patients might have in the future. A good friend of mine had his test run. As long as he kept smoking, I told him that the graph indicated a likelihood of a heart attack within a year to a year and a half. A year later, he had one.

I am happy to learn that someone with your enthusiasm and drive is directing the marketing of this great instrument.

All best wishes.

Leo Roy, M.D., N.D.






Board Certified • Qualified Medical Evaluator

July 10, 2000


Acoustic CardioGraph Co.

3963 Mission Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92109

Attn: John Brady

Dear John,

As you well know, the use of the Acoustic CardioGraph is well established in my office. We run an ACG tracing on almost every new patient, and 75% of the time, on follow up visits. It has become an integral part of my practice, being just one more modality that allows me to see the root causes (or foundational issues) of balancing body chemistry. I have two machines that we use daily in my office. The information from the Acoustic CardioGraph can give me a quick and informative insight into my patients’ nutritional needs. The information runs from Vitamin B, Vitamin E, and Fatty Acid deficiencies, to Hypo-Adrenal activity as well as digestion, liver and biliary issues.

I whole-heartedly recommend the Acoustic CardioGraph to any practitioner who is interested in working in foundational nutrition.


Jeremy E. Kaslow, M.D.

720 N. Tustin Avenue, Suite 102, Santa Ana, CA 92705 Phone (714) 565-1032 Fax (714) 565-1035





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