Given by Chris Astill-Smith D.O., Diplomate I.C.A.K. & Gill Farr Dip ASK, BA (Hons), MBA
hose who have had occasion to make many heart examinations by means of diagnostic apparatus such as the phonocardiograph concur in the comment that a functionally sound or normal heart is as uncommon as a perfect set of teeth.
Perfection in either case is dependant upon adequate nutritional factors. We know now that it is the great exception to find an individual without definite physical signs and symptoms of deficiency and the heart is no more immune to such deficiencies than are the teeth or the endocrine system.