Diet-related Diseases: Heart Disease, Cancer, Stroke, Diabetes

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*******www.benevic****/ This video discusses life expectancy, longevity, diet-related diseases (such as hea...
*******www.benevic****/ This video discusses life expectancy, longevity, diet-related diseases (such as heart attack, certain cancers, stroke and diabetes) and some advantages of a low-cost diet plan to remain healthy. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet (for sale for $17) at *******www.benevic****/. Transcript: In the Stone Age which lasted until about 3000 B.C. life expectancy at birth was about 20 years. Life expectancy increased to 28 years in the days of ancient Rome and to 45 years in the United States in the early 1900s. Today life expectancy at birth is almost 90 years in the Principality of Monaco and some futurists believe that longevity will increase dramatically in the years ahead. In 1900 the leading causes of U.S. deaths were pneumonia, tuberculosis, diarrhea and other infectious diseases caused by bacteria and viruses. Today the leading causes of death in the United States are heart attacks, cancer, respiratory diseases, strokes and other chronic, degenerative diseases. The Bene Victus diet (from the Latin bene victus meaning healthy food) offers a low-cost diet plan for people trying to achieve or maintain a low, healthy weight. With obesity and diabetes reaching epidemic proportions and with the possibility of longevity breakthroughs on the horizon, there has never been a better time to adopt a healthy, low-calorie, high-nutrient diet. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet at *******www.benevic****.
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