Metabolic syndrome is a combination of a few risk factors that predispose you to multiple conditions. The combination of symptoms is associated with your blood sugars, blood pressure, fat deposition and blood lipid markers. The American Heart Association estimated that about 1 in 4 people have a metabolic syndrome, and most are unaware of it.
This combination of risk factors predisposes people to heart disease, diabetes, stroke and a wide array of complications. Therefore, it’s important to address those factors at the root cause and the stem of the problem – METABOLISM, rather than just trying to lower each individual symptomatically.
Having one of the components of the metabolic syndrome, raises your chances to get the other ones. For example, if you have high blood pressure, it raises your chances to also having high cholesterol and insulin resistance.
If you have tried everything to lose weight and improve those markers, don’t worry. Sometimes it has to do more with your metabolism and hormones than diet and lifestyle. Diet and lifestyle are big factors, but if you have worked on them and still struggle, you came to the right place. Let’s fix it. Let’s teach the body how to effectively get the nutrition it needs in order to have a healthy speedy metabolism.