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A slight misquote Alf. I don't deny that cardiovascular disease isn't on the increase in China as they embrace unhealthy Western food lifestyles.
We have a life-saving product but in the wrong hands IMO. We have tuppence halfpenny in the bank and have failed to get our product noticed by the public at large after 8 years.I call that incompetent.What happened to the Tesco launch. What idiot got that wrong?
Just because we've got a first class product won't save the Company if it runs out of cash.Revenues from China are a long way off. I hope I live long enough to see them!
We all agree, except the Wrn trolls and Colbs, that death from Cardiovascular disease is a large proportion of the total in China, whatever the number per year may be. The key point is that the percentage is on the increase. Of course, many won't care until it is too late. Our target market is those who take an active interest in staying healthy,across the globe, and the task is education. Budget restrictions prevent Provexis from going mainstream, DSM and brand partners continue to chip away. So much of advertising is not that obvious these days, targeting consumers online in specific areas is highly sophisticated.
Well funded just over half a year ago. More patents, more health claims, targetting a greater percentage of the population than ever before. IMO we just need revenue increases to go that one next step towards covering overheads to entirely change mood and outlook. The lights are very much on.
need someone new coming in with enthusiasm and bright ideas to bring this back to life. PXS could become an oil explorer and shareholders then stand some chance of making any money back.
For sale: 100 cartons of fruit juice and 60 tomato plants.
I don't know why you bother. This Company is finished (IMO)
Any potential work will be carried out by someone else probably after taking away what little shareholder value still exists.
Ford doesn't even bother to reply to emails now.Too busy laughing at us suckers.
Direct from the report:-
"More than 40 percent of Chinese die of CV disease - the first cause of death in China."
So you could put it this way, 60% of Chinese die from other factors.
But 40% die of C.V. disease.
Note, the word C.V. disease..
Perhaps the main issue is that CV disease is on a rapid increase in China. I've made many trips there several years ago, and it was a big surprise to visit small, unknown (to us) towns where US fast food brands had already made big inroads. One of my factory agents was addicted to KFC, could barely pass one without wanting another helping. As the population has shifted from rural to urban, and relative incomes have risen, all things Western have had greater appeal. Those I asked about medicine told me that ancient Chinese remedies were very much disregarded these days, branded, TV promoted, pharmaceuticals were much more in favour. The turnover of By Health supports this view, they are a moinster retailer of brabded health products.
Easy12, if you figure is correct, it suggest that only just over 100,000 people died in China each year. Out of a population of 1.3 billion that looks unlikely.
Wheelds, I think that you will find that the 40% applies to 40% of the total number of deaths and not the total population. If it was the population then nearly half would be wiped out in a year especially when infant mortality is taken into account. This figure equates to 44,000 approx.
The report is serious:-
"The report is not only the most authoritative large-scale integrated CV health index, but also the world�s first national level index evaluation on CV disease prevention and control".
"Eight institutions, such as the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and more than 40 experts participated in creating the health index."
It makes more sense now why Provexis applied for a patent to do with fruitflow managing the ill effects of bad air polution.
The report says 40% die of cardio vascular disease, thats 40% of a billion plus.
Hence, that's why By-Health, the Chinese company is colaborating with Provexis and DSM to produce fruitflow products in China. IMHO
And I would not be surprised if the Chinese governmen, naturally concerned over 40% dieing from C.V. disease, support By-Health in the same way the U.K government . introduced the National Health system in 1948 to keep people fit for work...
Wellsit. I have to say as a long sufferer of Sciatica and having had an operation during my years of suffering; it is unlikely FF will be of any use with this condition. Sciatica generally improves in time as the disc returns to its natural place away from the sciatic nerve. However, not wishing to put down anyone who thinks it has helped, the best of luck to them. It is extremely painful and if I had a sharp knife available on one occasion I might have made use of it.
I wish your freind ATB and it still remains sensible to take FF as it almost certainly assist their blood flow.
And nowhere to sell it. The big 4 supermarkets won`t touch it. The UK`s biggest health food retailer Holland and Barrett won`t touch it. Still, fail on your own doorstep, lets roll the dice and try China.
I introduced fruitflow to a friend who suffers from Sciatica (herniated disc to be specific). Started with Sirco, forced to move on to FF+......
Told me today that his �downtime� has significantly reduced since �taking the tomato�.