Cardiology Principles to Live By

Thanks to testing, awareness, education and services, more help and support are available for cardiac care. Yet, Quebecers face the reality that the number one cause of death stems from coronary heart disease. 

The clients who consult with me who have been diagnosed with any number of contributing cardiac factors and are taking medications such as statins, beta-blockers, diuretics, anti-coagulants, ACE inhibitors, Angiotensin II receptor blockers, or have had procedures such as the placement of stents, by-passes, and more, learn how to ensure the most optimal care with supplements to ease nutritional depletion, side effects, and prevent contraindications. 

Many clients see me for preventative purposes. Whether family members have had a history of heart conditions, or trending diets have conflicting information about what’s best to eat for passing clinical tests or simply not having the same amount of energy from a few years ago, I am happy to assist in their health goals. 

The link between diet and cardiovascular health has been well-documented. However, the gut microbiome, mycotoxins, past exposure to viruses, emotional aptitudes, oxidative stress, and your genetics play an intensive role in determining your risk factors. 

Cardiology Principles to Live By

  • Ketones & heart health go together.
    • You can benefit from ketones beyond a ketogenic diet!
  • Exercise improves your life.
  • Sleep is heart magic. 
  • AI serves heart health!
  • Polyphenols are a powerful ally – eat a lot of plants.
  • A diverse gut flora supports neurotransmitter production and interoception. 
  • Inner-child work and trusting your body are heart-friendly.
  • Water, adequacy and quality, matter.
  • Supplements are an important tool.
  • Spiritual development is not etheric, it plays a physiological role. 
  • Hormones affect heart health and BHRT can help.
  • You *can* reduce risk factors.
  • You *can* improve your cardiac health at any stage. 

Lifestyle Naturopathy seeks a holistic viewpoint and applies a personalized approach for each marvellous and unique individual.

Conventional and naturopathic blood tests supply important information; when it comes to prevention, factors such as phenotype, symptoms, diet, and stage of life must be examined.

Your heart is a muscle. Your heart does not take breaks. Your heart responds to every emotional, physical, and mental stress. 

You can connect incredibly well to your heart with herbal remedies. You can offset some of the side effects linked to medications. You can discover dietary deficiencies and correct them. You can heal from grievances, injuries, hormonal and metabolic imbalances.

Nicole Reilkoff ND

Nicole Reilkoff ND

Nicole Reilkoff certified Naturopath and reflexologist, offers her professional bilingual, services from the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex situated in Montréal.




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