metabolic syndrome

  1. Metabolic syndrome reversed in three steps

    Is this TIME BOMB ticking inside you? How to catch it – and CURE it!

    There’s a KILLER condition that gets NO ATTENTION from mainstream.

    You could have it right now… putting you at immediate risk for:

    • Heart attack
    • Stroke
    • And more…

    And odds are, you won’t even know it...

    Not until it’s too late, anyway!

    New research reveals how millions of Americans are quietly living with a time bomb ticking away inside them.

    But today, I’m going to help defuse it… cut your risks… and save your life.

    The hidden toll of metabolic syndrome

    Metabolic syndrome isn’t considered a disease itself.

    Not yet anyway (although, that’ll change when they have a drug to sell for it).

    It’s more like a series of cries for help from deep inside your body. These five are the biggest red flags:

    • High blood sugar
    • High triglycerides
    • High blood pressure
    • Low HDL cholesterol
    • Big waistline

    You don’t need all of them to have metabolic syndrome. Just THREE of the five will do.

    Sure enough, close to 50 million Americans have the condition.

    But the new study finds many millions more are ready to join them; only 12 percent of Americans are healthy by all five measures!

    Everyone else… 88 percent of us… has at least one.

    That means nearly everyone who doesn’t already have metabolic syndrome is AT RISK, and many are on the verge of getting it.

    But not you.

    Not with these three natural remedies that’ll STOP metabolic syndrome in its tracks...

    Top 3 cures for metabolic syndrome

    Curcumin: This compound, found in the spice turmeric, is a potent inflammation-fighting, metabolism-boosting superstar.

    In one study, it boosted levels of the adiponectin by 68 percent and rebalanced leptin -- two critical hormones that you need to bring into realignment to REVERSE this condition.

    Probiotics: One reason metabolic syndrome is so hard to reverse is that it alters your gut and digestion.

    Healthy bacteria can bring it back into alignment, with a 2016 study finding that the probiotic strain Bifidobacterium lactis can reverse multiple markers of metabolic dysfunction.

    For example, it can cut BMI, slash inflammation and reduce levels of both LDL and total cholesterol.

    Vitamin E: The high triglycerides that mark metabolic syndrome cling to E, trapping it in your blood so your body can’t use it to fight metabolic syndrome damage.

    But because it’s still in your blood, tests will show normal E levels!

    A 2017 study found you need to raise E by between 30 and 50 percent as a result if you have metabolic syndrome.

    Talk to your doctor about a full-spectrum E blend with the eight essential tocopherols and tocotrienols.

  2. Metabolic syndrome risks can rise quickly

    How two weeks can wreck your health

    It can happen in a hurry.

    One day, you're enjoying the gentle warmth of May, spending as much time as you can outdoors.

    But then June hits -- and with it those nasty, sticky heat waves, all you want to do is shut the windows, seal the doors, and crank up the A/C.

    Some folks barely go outside for weeks at a time!

    I know it's tempting, especially when the mercury starts rising.

    But don't let it happen to you... because the latest research shows how turning into a couch potato for just two weeks can trigger damaging changes inside your body.

    And the effects of that damage could last far beyond those two weeks.

    In the study, healthy volunteers were told to cut down on their activity for 14 days. They were told to do as little as they could, like driving instead of walking, using elevators instead of stairs and to stay home as much as possible.

    They became couch potatoes.

    In that short space of time -- just two weeks -- they lost a full pound of lean muscle mass.

    In its place, they gained fat -- especially belly fat, which isn't just unsightly.

    This is the dangerous fat that can build up around your organs, boosting your risk of metabolic syndrome, diabetes, heart disease, and more.

    The folks in the study also saw an overall drop in their fitness levels. When asked to run after two weeks of potatohood, they simply didn't have the same ability or intensity.

    There were even changes deep inside the body, on a cellular level, as mitochondrial function dipped.

    That's your internal power plant. It's the ability of your cells to make, use, and manage energy.

    While the drop was very small, this happened in just two weeks.

    Imagine what a longer period of being sedentary could do!

    What's especially concerning about the new study is that it was done on younger people who are healthy to begin with.

    In older folks, it might happen a lot more quickly... especially if you're already facing certain risks.

    Obviously, if you're in the middle of a dangerous heat wave this summer, you should be careful about getting out and getting active. Some days, your best option might really be to sit inside with the air conditioner on.

    At the very least, be active indoors. Instead of parking yourself on the sofa, move around the house and maybe get some chores or fix-up projects taken care of.

    But on other days, make sure you get up and get active. If the days are a little too warm, consider a stroll in the evenings when it's cooler.

  3. Metabolic syndrome linked to cancer

    The risk you could face even if youre slim Remember the old "Get Out of Jail Free" card in Monopoly? There was nothing like getting that one -- you could play the game with confidence knowing that even if you were sent to the clink, you could get right back out. Some folks think being thin is a lot like...
  4. Metabolic syndrome boosts dementia risk

    Metabolic syndrome can do more than raise the risk of heart problems. New research reveals how it can also increase the risk of cognitive decline and dementia.
  5. Snacking can lead to fatty liver

    Snacking on fatty and sugary foods can increase fat around the liver and decrease insulin sensitivity in the organ, major risk factors for metabolic syndrome.
  6. Breakfast can help you avoid metabolic syndrome

    Eating breakfast every day can help prevent metabolic syndrome, according to a long-term study.
  7. Omega-3s and metabolic syndrome

    The omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil can protect the heart, especially in people with metabolic syndrome, according to a new study.
  8. Effects of obesity can kill you

    Being overweight or obese can increase your risk of heart disease, heart attack, stroke and death even if you appear to be healthy by every other measure.
  9. Control blood sugar with the benefits of fish oil

    Fish oil can help produce a hormone that controls blood sugar --in theory slashing your risk of diabetes.
  10. Walking and jogging prevents metabolic syndrome

    You can get healthier without even breaking a sweat -- and all you have to do is walk a little faster.
  11. Better blood sugar control with the sunshine vitamin

    Battling metabolic syndrome? The latest research shows vitamin D can help you to live longer and better.
  12. Testosterone can help with obesity and other health problems

    Testosterone can help men overcome everything from obesity to sexual dysfunction -- and even lower levels of cholesterol and reduce blood pressure.
  13. Soda scare: Sugary drinks linked to new heart risk

    Any time I use the words "soda" and "study" in the same sentence, it's never good news for soda. I can't recall a single study that shows soda benefits anything other than the bank accounts of the people who sell it. And the latest research is no exception.
  14. The earl's cure for cholesterol

    If Earl Grey tea is known for anything other than its noble name, it's the distinct smell of bergamot.
  15. Fix your apnea, heal your heart

    Someone with apnea can go through dozens of breathless bouts per night and never even realize it -- but in this case, what you don't know can not only hurt you... it can kill you, too. Apnea has been linked to everything from sexual dysfunction and metabolic syndrome to diabetes and heart disease -- but now, researchers have confirmed that it's not too late for people already fighting that nightly battle.
  16. A nation of sugar addicts

    No wonder we're fatter and sicker than ever and getting worse every day: New numbers from the CDC show that half of all Americans over the age of TWO YEARS OLD drink at least one soda a day.
  17. Diet soda linked to weight gain

    If the FDA won't go after diet sodas for all the dangerous chemicals they contain, maybe the FTC can take action for false advertising. There's nothing "diet" about diet sodas. After all, studies have linked them to metabolic syndrome, diabetes, heart problems, and more.
  18. Slash your diabetes risk with this simple vitamin

    It's so easy it seems unreal: A key weapon in the fight against diabetes might be hovering right outside your window, right now. It's the sun -- the primary source of vitamin D, and a new study shows how this pancreas-boosting super nutrient can help stop the disease before it starts.
  19. The rising tide of metabolic syndrome

    It's metabolic syndrome, a perfect storm of the five risk factors that leads to diabetes and heart disease: belly fat, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high triglycerides and low levels of HDL ("good") cholesterol.
  20. Fatty breakfasts are better

    A new study finds that your choice of morning meal can actually set your body up for the rest of the day's eating.

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