Asian people have less incidence of heart disease despite having higher levels of smoking, mainly due to more active lifestyles, less stress and less consumption of saturated fats. Not that I am suggesting smoking isn’t an important factor, it most definately is a significant contributing factor to Western heart disease. Unfortunately we are more inclined to do all the bag things that contribute to heart disease!
In the UK, one in seven men and one in eleven women die from coronary heart disease. It is responsible for nearly 70,000 deaths in the UK each year, an average of 190 people each day, or one death around every eight minutes. Most deaths from coronary heart disease are caused by a heart attack
Coronary health can be supported with biochemical and nutritional factors, which may arrest or reverse the process of the degeneration of cardiac muscle, affecting the whole circulatory system