Cardio Vascular Disease World Tour 2011

During last years Cardio Vascular Disease World Tour I visited 7 different countries and had to face the rath of the UK’s weather then countless delays thanks to a volcano in Iceland. This year has started with “Dead Birds” falling from the sky and millions of fish being washed up dead. Scientists seem baffled! Or are the hiding the truth. Now then I’m  no expert but I would hazard a guess that some sort of chemical released from some sort of dodgy industrial plant will be the culprit. I’m sure it will “all come out in the wash” as the say.

Heart disease continues to be the number one killer in the world, here are the latest stats for the UK published in October 2010 by the British Heart Foundation.

1. 1 in 3 Deaths in the UK.
2. 191,000 Deaths p.a.
3. 50,000 Premature Deaths (that’s aged before 75).
4. 88,000 From Strokes.
5. 1/3rd of all fatal heart attacks don’t make it to Hospital in time.
6. Scotland and Ireland worst 2 in Western Europe.

What if it happens to you? Have you thought about the true cost of a heart attack to you, your family or your business?

  • Impact on YOUR FAMILY.
  • Impact on YOU.
  • Loss of Mobility.
  • Loss of Independence.
  • Loss of Confidence.
  • Loss of Income.
  • Loss of Life.

I trusted my Doctors and Medical teams and whilst I’m ever grateful to the Team at The Glasgow Royal Infirmary I also don’t forget that I was given the all clear 16 months earlier yet needed a Triple Bypass? (different hospital) I will let you draw your own conclusions on that one.


1. Hypertension. (High Blood Pressure)
2. Cholesterol.
3. Homocysteine. (Amino Acid)
4. Drug Abuse, Smoking, Alcohol.
5. Diet with High Fat Content. (hard fats)
6. Sodium / Salt, Sugar and Stress.
7. Poor Lifestyle, Lack of Exercise, Sleep.

And Inflammation, hmmm! where can I find out more about that then?

These will be the key messages we will carry with us during our Cardio Vascular Disease World Tour 2011 which started on Monday with our weekly Zoom calls every Tuesday at 1pm UK Time On these calls we reveal facts about the disease and what you can do to prevent it. If you wish to hear what we have to say it’s absolutely free to join us and you will not be asked to participate in any way. Just log in, listen and make your own mind up.
Join us here ZOOM.

On the road 2011, also kicks off today with a trip to the “heart attack capital of the world” Scotland. Then from the 13th to the 18th of January we will be in Northern Ireland where we have a series of meetings planned culminating with our own “Super Saturday Event” in Cookstown on the 15th.

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