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Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death worldwide, with an estimated 17.7 million people dying from CVD in 2015.
CVD also accounted for close to 30 per cent of all deaths in Singapore in 2015 where the research was carried out.
In 2008, more than 17million people died from a cardiovascular cause globally.
Almost four decades ago advice began to emerge from scientific and medical bodies to cut back on saturated fats found in cream, butter and less lean meat.
In addition, they also found the 'brakes' that prevent heart cells from dividing and thus self-healing.
Targeting these 'brakes' could help trigger the repair and regeneration of heart cells.
Professor Jeremy Pearson, associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation which co-funded the study, said: ‘This analysis of existing data suggests there isn’t enough evidence to say that a diet rich in polyunsaturated fats but low in saturated fats reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.
The industry-backed Health Supplements Information Service said that while the study showed only a modest protective effect of omega-3 fats, the trials involving omega-3 supplements nearly all involved non-healthy participants, which was likely to give misleading results.
In contrast to the skin where the scab falls off and new skin grows over, the heart lacks such a capability to self-heal, and suffers a permanent scar instead.Researchers hope this breakthrough will help serve as a strong foundation for future heart studies.'Uncovering barriers that stand in the way of heart cells' self-healing process brings us another step closer to finding a cure for one of the world's biggest killers', said Dr Ng Huck Hui director of the Genome Institute of Singapore.Two types of omega-3 fatty acid found in oily fish – EPA and DHA – and the omega-6 fat arachidonic acid were linked to a lower risk of heart disease.Names like Wenger, C B Latham, Hutton, Blythe and Schauer spring to mind when thinking about the history of Jewellery Enamel manufacture in the UK.Our current ranges of enamels have evolved from these brands and offer the same, if not better benefits as those enamels from times gone by.