(Note the number of people who have diabetes and do not know it is over 8 million. That is in addition to the 10% reported.)

Several years ago one of my mentors taught me the value of statistics – not just any statistics and not just numbers. He taught me what to measure and how to measure them. Once this is in process then the trend of the numbers will tell you what to do.

The following are some statistics and trends that are very important. Most medical professionals do not focus on these even if they are aware of them. Why is that? Continue reading.

Statistics – please note that because of the size of some of these numbers they may not be exactly precise. However you will get the idea.  Here goes:

Our bodies have 37.2 trillion cells. However there is a range reported of 15 trillion to 70 trillion. You can look it up on line and my conclusion is that there is a lot.

Our capillary system stretches 75,000 miles.  Again there is a range and that is 50-100,000 miles.

Our bodies have 5-6 quarts of blood. That is probably  pretty accurate since it is easier to count to 5 or 6 than say 50 trillion.

15 years ago a very well know scientist made a presentation and said in effect: “if what we are teaching cardiologist doctors is true, we would need a heart the size of a trailer truck to deliver blood to all of our cells.” This means there is another system that delivers our blood to the 74% of our body where our arteries and veins does not deliver the blood.

That special system was identified at Stanford University in 1974.  In 1998 a Doctor won the Nobel Prize for identifying the cause of the circulation in that 74% of our body. I am not reporting all of those detail here because that is not my purpose.

With that background you need to know that the circulatory system in 74% of our body slows down with age, stress, lifestyle (what we eat and drink) and trauma (accidents, emotional pain, certain medications). In fact for many people the current rate of circulation is 1/10 of what it was when the body was young and healthy. As that slow down happens, our cells do not get the nutrition and oxygen needed for energy and the cells are not able to properly get rid of waste. That is when problems develop.

People with the healthiest lifestyles still experience the slowdown in their capillary circulation system. That information was shocking to me because in an instant I knew my focus on health, nutrition and nutritional supplements was helping, but likely not getting to all of my cells.

Three months ago I started talking and writing about the patented technology that is addressing the slow down in circulation. Then I realized people may think they can ignore the other important parts of being healthy.  That is why I developed and published  “The 4 Pillars of Vibrant Health” along with my view Pillar 4 which is the technology I just mentioned is the missing link.  Click Here for that article now .  It has what you need to begin learning about Pillar 4. I want to say if you don’t have the time to read that then you are not serious about your health. However you are reading this so if you are short on time here is the link to Pillar 4. Click Here

Can You See Why This Is Important?

Our capillary system does not have nerve endings so prescription medication, special supplements, therapies cannot help the results of this system slowing down. I can give you very disturbing health statistics. However until you take a close look these will not be important to you.

As you know there will always be exceptional people. However for most of us we will not have the energy to enjoy life unless we make vibrant health a priority.

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