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Hi all,

 

Well I have had a little bit of good news today, after two years of specialists looking in to my heart scare, it turns out that I am all clear now and have reversed the ischemia I once had.

 

Now having read many articals about heart disease, this one really caught my attention

 

 

Medical statistics which just don't add up...

Letter Daily Mail 16 March 2012

ONE of the astonishing things about my profession is its ability to hold rubbish theories, regardless of the evidence.

The falling incidence of heart disease can't be due to treatment or statins, because if you don't have a heart attack you aren't treated — and the rate has fallen in those not on statins as fast as in those on them. Statistically, about 1 per cent of the decline in deaths could be due to treatment.

Heart disease in all countries is closely related to power station coal consumption. In Britain, both rise to a maximum in 1974 and fall steeply after 1978. Three-quarters of the fall occurred before statins were introduced. France and Japan have low rates of heart disease and no coal consumption. Mediterranean countries have a high saturated fat diet — animal fat — but a low heart disease rate. In the U.S., coal use and heart disease fall in line with each other. China has rising coal consumption and a rising incidence of heart disease. Why is this? Because sulphur dioxide from coal is injected by power stations into the stratosphere. It absorbs the 295nm band of UV, thereby reducing Vitamin D production in the skin. Low Vitamin D is closely associated with the risk of heart disease. When we ran the results of the World Health Organisation's 2003 Monica Project through Legal & General's computer, it gave no correlation between heart disease and obesity, no correlation between consumption of non-butter-fat and heart disease, a nearly perfect inverse correlation between butter-fat consumption and heart disease (so put that butter dish back on the table!) and no correlation between dietary vegetable consumption and heart disease.

Sorry, but that's four myths killed off in four statistical calculations. Obesity is, of course, correlated with diabetes and I didn't run the statistics on cancer. Meanwhile, exercise seems to help only if it's carried out outdoors — so don't pay for a gym subscription. Among Vitamin D's 2,776 functions, it's responsible for immune response, shutting down cholesterol production and arterial wall repair. Not all of us can absorb dietary Vitamin D, so sunlight — without a sulphur dioxide screen — is essential. It's so simple I can't get a patent for it. Dr G.P. EDLIN, London NW8.

 

I really dont know what to make of this report???

 

I know there are some really educated people who use this forum, and thought I would open it up for some discussion....

 

 

Bill

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I've read reports that the lowest statistics of heart disease, diabeties & cancer worldwide are with the 7-Day Adventists as these people are vegetarian, do not smoke & drink and live wholesome lives.

 

The highest rates of cancer of the womb/ovaries are with prostitutes; the lowest rates are with nuns.

 

Occupation with the highest rates of suicide is dentists; lowest is gardeners.

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To the OP, glad you are now healthy. You can now make many ladies in the bars happy. As for the DM report, it sounds like a crock of shit, or a windup as the Brits would stay.

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I've read reports that the lowest statistics of heart disease, diabeties & cancer worldwide are with the 7-Day Adventists as these people are vegetarian, do not smoke & drink and live wholesome lives.

 

The highest rates of cancer of the womb/ovaries are with prostitutes; the lowest rates are with nuns.

 

Occupation with the highest rates of suicide is dentists; lowest is gardeners.

 

There are some interesting stats out there! most of which I ignore as you can prove anything as long as you defer anything to the contrary! but these stats just seemed to of interested me as it shows both the links in decline and rise of heart disease in coal using countries.

 

I really did find it interesting, but not to sure if it is of firm foundation??

 

Thanks for your post!

 

 

To the OP, glad you are now healthy. You can now make many ladies in the bars happy. As for the DM report, it sounds like a crock of shit, or a windup as the Brits would stay.

 

Hi Sexyfarangman,

 

Well I am still not clear of my other health complaint, but with the good news about my heart, I am now well enough to go for the treatment for my other problem.

 

I am not really sure what to make of the findings in the article?? I will have to look in to it more to see if he is just some mad scientist? or there are good grounds for his findings??

 

Thank you so much for your kind words though mate!!! I am hopeful that all of my health will be good enough to fly by, at the latest, the end of the year

 

Thanks for the reply!!

 

 

 

Bill

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