Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) remain the leading cause of death in the structure of total mortality. The percentage of premature death from cardiovascular diseases varies from 4% in high-income countries and 42% in low-income countries, leading to growing inequalities between countries and population groups. Since the extent of CVD continues to grow worldwide, there is an urgent need to increase awareness and to adopt a more intensive and targeted response at both international and national levels.
The number of people facing cancer is growing substantially each year. According to the statistics, one of the most common types of cancer is lung cancer. Having been considered a rare disease at the beginning of this century, lung cancer has become one of the most common causes of death among men over 45 years of age.
If you have heart disease, high blood pressure, bacterial or viral infections, osteoporosis, arthritis, acid reflux, candidiasis or acne, then you could also have chronic, low-grade inflammation. In fact, if you have any number of other diseases, it is likely you have inflammation. And if you want to get or remain healthy, you definitely want to reduce the damaging effects of it!