The untold catastrophe and how to stop it

Do you know the leading cause of death in the world?

It isn’t war. It isn’t cancer. It isn’t accidents, murder or suicide.

It is heart disease.

In 2019 alone, 659,041 Americans died of heart disease.

Globally, about 18 million people die of cardiovascular disease every year.

That’s a Holocaust every four months.

In terms of sheer numbers, it is the greatest catastrophe in human history.

In the US alone, heart disease takes as many lives as 990 September 11th attacks every year, or 275 Pearl Harbours, or almost the entire American Civil War – the bloodiest in United States history.

Across the world, as many people die of heart disease every four years as died in World War II.

And yet we ignore the problem.

It is morally imperative that we take action.

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