What is common to every organ of the body? They all depend on a complex network of blood vessels and tiny capillaries to perform their function. If those blood vessels get damaged or clogged up then the organ stops doing what it is meant to.
Did you know that the major blood vessels themselves have a fine blood supply network. Nerves also have a fine blood supply network. Bad news if they get damaged.
What happens to the organs when their blood supply is compromised? Yes, they start to die. Slowly at first as the blood supply starts to dwindle, but over time, tissue death leads to necrosis, scarring and organ failure.
Given that your organs keep you alive, you really want to pay attention to the health of their blood vessels.
The modern diet creates an environment of high Insulin, high blood sugars and high amounts of damaging omega-6 seed oils that are really bad for your blood supply. This is why, as insulin resistance and diabetes progresses, that sufferers get nerve damage, go blind and have all their organs badly affected.
Caring for your blood supply should be a primary concern if you are alive.
Cut out the processed foods and you have taken a huge step towards protecting your organs. Do this before the damage becomes too great, as many organs never fully recover (if at all).