How to avoid non communicable diseases from occurring?
Nalin Anthoni Pillai, Scientist
BBC World News –London
I am surprise to see an article titled as “Focussing on non-communicable diseases” appeared in ‘The Hindu dated 23-12-2018 stating that “The George Institute for Global Health, India, in its women’s health policy dialogue in 2016, highlighted the rise in non-communicable disease (NCDs) among women and a consequent rise in female fatalities –from 38% in 1990 to 63% in 2013. The dialogue was concerned that India’s health interventions so far focussed on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care and wanted more awareness about the far-reaching consequences of NCDs among women and their impact on the next generation. A sex-segregated analysis in South Asia showed a rise in cardiovascular disease, especially among the young.”
Basically, Indian women they consume unhygienic food on the road side as well as restaurant using adulterated oil and ghee along with Ajina motto an ingredient is added to make the food tasty. This sort of junk food is the cause for non-communicable diseases. In 1990 adulteration of junk food was low compared to 2013. When prices started going at a hemline rate with added toll gate Fee and fuel prices, commodities had become more dearer to the common man than in 1990. By this increased price on commodity led to junk food is the cause for non-communicable diseases especially in women. Whereas most men become alcoholic inebriate start eating less junk food and the article also state men have lesser heart attacks compare to women. But, most of women eater ate these junk food that led to obesity is major cause of heart attack in women.
Actually, this overweight makes the body and the brain sluggish affecting endocrine system in abysmal state is the cause for all non communicable diseases.
In contrast to this I read another article today titled as “People with slim hips at higher risk of heart attacked” appeared in Deccan Chronicle dated 28-12-2018 stating that “People who are less likely to put on excess fat around their hips due to their genes are at higher risk of type-2 diabetes and heart attacks according to a study.
While it has long been recognized that an ‘apple-shaped’ body is associated with an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease, the research sheds light on the specific genetics linked to this body shape and potential mechanisms behind the increased risk.”
Regard to today’s article I would like to put it in a more perspective way why people slim hips poses higher risk of heart attacks. When people are sitting longer hours on desk top work having slim body they are also likely to get type2 diabetes by this low proportion of fats at waist-to-hips level can cause heart disease. Further, this inappropriate sitting for long hours in front of desktop vertebral column has to bear the brunt in holding the body weight that affect pancreas insulin producing cells that lowers the insulin resistant in the body mainly through insufficient of fats forming at waist-to-hip level a disease known as lipodystrophy a genetic disorder links to this heart attack in slim people.
Although I am thankful to God for giving me this strength to live longer with help of fats accumulating at the waist-to-hip makes it more rigid. Thus, it makes the vertebral column comparatively very strong, so, are my two arms which are quite slim and strong. But, this spinal cord had never let me down even at the age of 70 in spite of working 12 hours at a stretch I feel no stress, strain or fatigue or even eyes strain. Touch wood, I had even fallen flat on my buttocks on a granite stone recently and it had never harmed me in any of my falls so far. Since I am being a tree climber, I can even jump from 7 feet to the ground and falling is my habit.
This rare lipodystrophy a genetic disorder can be rectified once he or she runs on the stair case or climbing trees with four limb action can easily eliminated such genetic disorder in human or any forms of dementia if you train the child from young age.
Now I would like to conclude that there are no such deadly diseases in human like non-communicable disease, once you increase the level of voltage in the brain through the medium of light. This I am able achieve with the help of my Medical Instrument patented in the year 1998. Same was also stated by Professor Ahmed H Zewail who won the Nobel prize for his invention in Femtochemistry article titled as “Femtochemistry” could open up new possibilities” appeared in The Hindu dated 23-10-2002 – can eliminate all deadly diseases through the medium of light stated by Ahmed H Zewail. If you study the molecular dynamics of vision- Now read it from the Internet.
I had also published a paper on diabetes titled as “Globally insulin become scarce to meet the supply” can be assessed from following Website
Let this beauty speak itself in life.
Nalin Anthoni Pillai
Brain Research Work
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