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Message Subject News Flash: Inflammation Is What Causes Most Of Today's Heart Disease, not necessarily high fat diet
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Inflammation is caused by enterovirus most autopsies prove.

Enterovirus is easily and cheaply cured by natural remedies.

But the point is to $ell overpriced useless drugs not cure people.

In fact if you didn't have heart disease stains would kill you in 5 years. Stain deplete body of coQ10 without which you die.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 52124200

Inflammation is caused by several dozen different things. Try not to simplify or state definitive things in regards to health & bio. Maybe share some pubmed papers on your claim but more importantly why not share some natural remedies for Enterovirus. I'm not disagreeing with anything you said just that sharing information is why you are here right?

IMO the biggest cause of health problems in the world is being overweight. When you are overweight your entire body is suffering from Chronic Inflammation.

Control obesity to Control Inflammation but you can also Control Inflammation to control obesity; It's quite interesting. Most important takeaway however is if you Control Inflammation you can stay alive because inflammation leads to almost all disease.

Breaking the Obesity-Inflammation Cycle
[link to www.webmd.com (secure)]

Obesity and cancer: inflammation bridges the two
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77626440

Well well let me SIMPLIFY it for you! Inflammation starts from whats in your mouth... gums disease, rotting teeth roots. No matter what you put in your system if it is contaminated oral diseases and bacteria, you intoxicate your body. It starts there. Clean that up and you will live a healthier life!!
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