Heart Disease. Cancer. Diabetes. INFLAMMATION is a major underlying factor in these conditions and most of the patients that have them have DIABESITY, which is Diabetes and Obesity added together. The word was formulated and the concepts brought to light in Francine R. Kaufman MD’s book, DIABESITY.*
The statistics paint the picture that one of two people will die of heart disease and one of three will die of cancer. Around nineteen million people are presently diagnosed with diabetes and it is generally well accepted that there are many cases yet undiagnosed.
The links to these situations lie in the estimation that over sixty per cent of the population of North America is overweight. Toxins also store in fat very easily and bad fat yields more bad fats.
Let’s look at some other statistics on diagnosed conditions. Almost forty-three million people have a diagnosis of some type of arthritis. Around 28 million have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Over one hundred million have been diagnosed with depression, with the majority being treated with drugs to mask or cover the symptoms. It has been stated every degenerative condition has a mitochondrial resuscitation weakness.
My question to you is what are you going to do this year to not become one of these statistics?