POLLUTIONPollution, contamination of Earth’s environment with materials that interfere with human health, the quality of life, or the natural functioning of ecosystems (living organisms and their physical surroundings). Although some environmental pollution is a result of natural causes such as volcanic eruptions, most is caused by human activities.

Numerous studies confirm that pollution, even in minor quantities, can have devastating effects on health. Further to the WHO around 3 million people die because of the side effects of pollution, which represents 5% of 55 million deads worldwide.

Other studies show a direct relation between increasing average values of pollution and increasing health problems in form of a larger number of hospitalisations, medical visites at home and sick days at work. More patients were hospitalised because of heart condition and asthma.

But fighting pollution starts showing positive results. 
Lead content in the air could be reduced by 2/3, especially since the january 200 with the beginning of lead-free gazoline for cars.
Sulfur dioxide, a polluting gaz, being liberated by the industries, decreases by 10% per year.

Regrettably other polluants like nitrogen monoxide, respirable dust or ozone still remain strongly present.

Health effects
Air pollution can affect our health in many ways with both short-term and long-term effects. Different groups of individuals are affected by air pollution in different ways. Some individuals are much more sensitive to pollutants than are others. Young children and elderly people often suffer more from the effects of air pollution. People with health problems such as asthma, heart and lung disease may also suffer more when the air is polluted. The extent to which an individual is harmed by air pollution usually depends on the total exposure to the damaging chemicals, i.e., the duration of exposure and the concentration of the chemicals must be taken into account.

Examples of short-term effects include irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, and upper respiratory infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia. Other symptoms can include headaches, nausea, and allergic reactions. Short-term air pollution can aggravate the medical conditions of individuals with asthma and emphysema. In the great "Smog Disaster" in London in 1952, four thousand people died in a few days due to the high concentrations of pollution.

Long-term health effects can include chronic respiratory disease, lung cancer, heart disease, and even damage to the brain, nerves, liver, or kidneys. Continual exposure to air pollution affects the lungs of growing children and may aggravate or complicate medical conditions in the elderly. It is estimated that half a million people die prematurely every year in the United States as a result of smoking cigarettes. 
Diesel fuel, electromagnetic fields and heavy metals could be the cause for 8-15% more cases of lung cancer.
The University Harvard has recently established a study that more heart attacks were counted in the hours after heavy rush hour whic is the time when the maximum amounts of nitrogen monoxide and respirable dust are in the air. This observation shows a clear relation between pollution and heart condition.
Research into the health effects of air pollution is ongoing. Medical conditions arising from air pollution can be very expensive. Healthcare costs, lost productivity in the workplace, and human welfare impacts cost billions of dollars each year.

Prevention/ Treatment

Action of DynOrgan
DynOrgan is a depurative that cleans vital organs (liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, gall-bladder, etc.). DynOrgan clears conduits from stones (calculus) and accumulations of fat. It also regulates and invigorates the metabolism. DynOrgan is composed of plants and substances that ensure the proper functioning and the stimulation of vital organs (namely: the liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys and gall-bladder) with the following objectives:
• Ensure efficient elimination of toxins
• Improve the overall metabolism and general condition of those internal organs
• Moreover, for people undertaking a diet to lose weigh, DynOrgan will help and support the whole process of losing weight by stimulating the organs implied in the elimination.
• DynOrgan can also alleviate some back pains caused by kidney problems.
Some other plants and substances could be viewed as excipients, in fact their role is to facilitate and control the assimilation of the preparation to insure its slow dilution over time and its distribution to the targeted organs.

Action of ImmunoVie: 
The plants composing ImmunoVie strengthen the immune response with: 
- Its anti-free radical effect fights against the oxidation of the cells, tissues and organs constituent, among others, of the digestive system, the heart, the brain, the veins and arteries, the skin,….
- Its draining effect that allows the elimination of toxins. 
The plants also contribute to the proper functioning of the spleen which plays a significant role in the immune system.