Stephen Sinatra is a board-certified cardiologist and certified pyschotherapist with more than 25 years of experience in helping patients prevent and reverse heart disease. He graduated with a Bachelor's of Arts from Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA in 1968. he then went to medical school at Albany Medical College, in Albany, NY, graduating in 1972 before heading to the Massachusetts Society for Bioenergetic Analysis, in Cambridge, MA in 1992 and receiving his C. B.T. He also is certified in anti-aging medicine. Sinatra founded the New England Heart and Longevity Center in Manchester, Connecticut which integrates conventional medical treatments for heart disease with complementary nutritional, anti-aging and psychological therapies that help heal the heart. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and former Chief of Cardiology at Manchester Memorial Hospital where he has been Director of Medical education for the last ten years. Dr. Sinatra also is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1975, and by the American Board of Cardiovascular Disease in 1977. In 1992, the Massachusetts Society for Bioenergetic Analysis certified him, followed by the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine in 1997 and the Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists in 2000.
Martin Zucker has written extensively on natural healing, nutrition, fitness, and alternative medicine for more than twenty years. Zucker is a former newsman and correspondent for The Associated Press in Europe and the Middle East. He has co-authored or ghostwritten ten books, including The Miracle of MSM-The Natural Solution for Pain (G.P Putnam's Sons, 1999). He is a contributing editor to Let's Live Magazine, one of the country's oldest preventive medicine publications.