The biggest threat to your health

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The biggest threat to your health

  1. 1. The single biggest threat to your health as you get older is one you may never have heard of! This short free book explains how to overcome it.
  2. 2. Chronic, sub-clinical, invisible INFLAMMATION
  3. 3. University of California Berkeley, School of Public Health (2010) “Low-grade inflammation is associated with everything from heart disease and diabetes to Alzheimer’s and arthritis, and may even be the cause of most chronic diseases.”
  4. 4. “Inflammation is an underlying contributor to virtually every chronic disease … rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, diabetes and depression, along with major killers such as heart disease and stroke. Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research “The connection between inflammation and cancer has now moved to center stage in the research arena.”
  5. 5. There are two types of inflammation • Acute inflammation – the immune response to a cut or infection. Noticeable, short term and positive • Chronic inflammation – which builds up over time in vital tissues. Undetectable, long-term, dangerous
  6. 6. “If this type of chronic inflammation is allowed to run unchecked, tissues become dysfunctional and then fail.” Dr Paul Clayton, Past President, Forum on Health Royal Society of Medicine
  7. 7. This explains ageing itself and why we become more prone to degenerative illness as we get older.
  8. 8. If inflammation is not reduced, it can lead to … Heart Disease Diabetes Cancer Dementia Stroke Sexual Dysfunction Osteoporosis Skin Ageing
  9. 9. “Inflammatory factors predict virtually all bad outcomes in humans.” Russell Tracy, Professor of Pathology and Biochemistry, University of Vermont
  10. 10. What causes this type of inflammation? Why is everyone over the age of 50 at significant risk? How do you reduce inflammation?
  11. 11. Supposing you could slow aging and stay fully fit as you get older? The book shows how to slow ageing and stay fully fit as you get older.
  12. 12. Download your FREE copy now from www.inflamm-ageing.com

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