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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

85% of People Over 50 Have Coronary Disease


The medical term is atherosclerosis or atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Some men as young as 18 years old were found to have this potential life threatening disease when their bodies were atopsied in the Vietnam and Korean wars.

If this doesn't mean anything to you, then you must be asleep. No living creature on earth has overwhelming numbers of diseases when they reach a certain age.

Why then do humans all seem to have this occur? Maybe, just maybe they are all doing something very bad to themselves? Some are smokers. We know the devastating effects of smoking tobacco products.

Still only about 25 to 30 percent of the population smokes tobacco products so how do we account for the other 55 to 60 percent? What are they doing to themselves?

One thing for sure is that they do not participate in a healthy lifestyle. Being in the military or even being an athlete doesn't seem to help the situation. What can all these people have in common?

Their diet is what they all have in common. They all eat animal products and cooked and processed foods. Atherosclerosis is the pre-cursor to heart disease and heart attacks. The people who have atherosclerosis are excellent candidates for a sudden heart attack. At least one third of those who have a heart attack (their first) die from that first heart attack.

It is quite clear that humans are not meant to eat animal products. If they were there wouldn't be any issues with consumption of them. Carnivorous animals can and do eat as much animal carcass they desire and never get negative effects from their selection of food.

Occasionally they might get indigestion but no cardiovascular issues have ever been found with wild animals in nature who simply kill and consume other animals.

Accept the facts, we are not meant to consume animal products or cooked and processed food. They always cause harm to us, even if we don't realise it as we do it, they are always doing us damage.

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