Despite medical advances in recent decades ,there has been an increase in wealth- and age-related diseases (i.e., heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity). We seem to be more and more dependent on the medical and pharmaceutical professions, yet the quality of life arguably does not improve.
One of the main culprits for this massive steady decline of our health is in our diet. The mass production of industrial simplified nutrition together with too little in healthy eating leads to a lack of essential natural nutrients — a nutritional deficiency.
According to the World Health Organisation, almost 80% of cardiovascular disease in the world can be prevented with a healthy diet. And yet nearly one in three EU citizens dies of heart or vascular disease! Natural polyphenols play a key role for a healthy heart.