Between 2001 and 2012 the number of heart attack deaths halved, but cancer mortality continues to rise. The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has published new mortality data for the UK.
Deaths from heart attacks and strokes nearly halved in England and Wales over the first decade of the century. The figures show 46,610 people died of a heart attack in 2001, falling to 23,085 last year, while stroke deaths fell from 33,918 to 17,024. Better diets, a reduction in smoking, and effective treatment are behind the decrease in mortality.
The statistics also revealed the unusual, and accidental, causes of death in the UK over the same period. Three deaths, all male, due to snake bites were recorded, one man died of dengue fever, and four men and two women died of anthrax poisoning.
Heart disease was the biggest killer in the UK, causing the deaths of 40,557 people in 2012 alone. Lung cancer was identified as the second biggest killer, causing over 30,000 deaths, followed by “unspecified dementia”.
Last year, for the first time, deaths attributed to cancer or neoplasms (tumours) exceeded those caused by circulatory disease. Circulatory disease, which includes heart attacks and strokes, has so far been the biggest killer this century, responsible for a total of 2,114,550 deaths so far while cancers and neoplasms accounted for 1,686,133.
Looking back at ONS data from the 20th century you can see how the leading causes of death have shifted away from infectious diseases. Before antibiotics, bronchitis, pneumonia and TB were among the biggest killers.
The Guardian has illustrated the data in an interactive chart: How people have died in the 21st century.
The role of infections in the development of atherosclerosis
In the last 25 years, many scientific works have appeared on the infectious nature of atherosclerosis (Academician Vorobyov A.A., Doctor of Medical Sciences Abakumova Yu.V., etc.) In the blood and tissues of patients with atherosclerosis, researchers find proteins and nucleic acids of streptococcus, Helicobacter, adenoviruses, enteroviruses, chlamydia, herpes group viruses.
Studies have shown that almost all bacteria and viruses, although present in the body, cannot cause disease, since they are neutralized by the body’s immune system. The exception is the herpes virus.
It is in patients with atherosclerosis that the concentration of the virus in the blood is very high, and its antigens are active enough to cause the disease. Patients with atherosclerosis have a bacterial-viral coalition, the leader of which is the herpes simplex virus. The lack of antiviral protection creates the possibility of reproduction of the herpes simplex virus in atherosclerosis and the implementation of its pathogenic effects on the vascular wall.
Viral toxins and enzymes ultimately cause pathological free radical oxidation that damages organs and vascular walls. Scientists have found that relapses of atherosclerosis, such as transmural myocardial infarction and ischemic cerebral stroke, coincide with outbreaks of herpes infection
According to scientists, the herpes simplex virus can be used as an indicator of the activity of the athe
Strengthen the body’s antiviral defenses by usirosclerotic process, and the manifestations of atherosclerosis can be treated, including with antiherpetic drugs and immunity strengthening agents (the most effective use of TRANSFER FACTOR)
How to prevent atherosclerosis?
Prevent the deposition of cholesterol on the walls of blood vessels, cleanse them of fatty and sclerotic formations
Increase the antioxidant defense of the body, especially in spring
Develop the habit of regular exercise.
The Mediterranean diet against atherosclerosis is recommended. It is a lot of olive oil, almond oil, avocado oil. Polyunsaturated fats are found in fish. Sunflower, sesame, safol oils are just as useful as grape seed oil.
A chronic disease is a frequent nervous strain, stress, sedentary lifestyle, hormonal disorders, obesity, malnutrition. Salt is the biggest culprit in high blood pressure. Studies in the USA and Russia have found that a 30% reduction in salt intake leads to a 16% reduction in human mortality. And the number of hypertensive patients is halved!
Narrowing of the arteries
It is recommended to limit caffeine, strong tea, chocolate, red meat and egg yolk – they all contain arachidonic acid, which leads to vasoconstriction.
For the prevention of heart disease, it is recommended:
TF CLASSIC – 1 capsule 3 times a day – 1 month
TF Tri-Factor – 1 capsule 2 times a day – in courses of 3 months
TF Cardio ( BCV) – 2 capsules 2 times a day – courses of 3 months
In complex treatment, we recommend:
Start with taking TF CLASSIC 1 capsule 3 times a day for a month.
Then proceed to taking Transfer Factor Tri-Factor 1 capsule 3 times a day
At the same time we offer Transfer Factor Cardio – 2 capsules 3 times a day for a long time.
NOTE! For diseases, it is recommended to take TF in combination with other dietary supplements or treatment prescribed by a doctor.
Feedback on the application of Transfer Factors
Disabled person of the 2nd group for ischemic heart disease. He had 2 heart attacks, 2 strokes, has 4 shunts. I took 16 drugs daily. I began to drink TF Classic in an incremental pattern (from 1 to 6 capsules per day), then TF Cardio ( BCV) and TF Tri-Factor Formula (gradually increasing the intake from 1 to 6 capsules per day).