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Boosting insulin sensitivity is a vital step to reduce insulin resistance, risk of diabetes, and chance of developing metabolic syndrome.  Increasing the body’s level of insulin sensitivity is also a great way in increase weight loss and the body’s ability to burn fat.  Here is an important article from leading Health and Fitness Expert Joel…

 

Men have an increased risk of death from heart disease when metabolic syndrome is present.  This risk of death is more significant than first thought;  increasing the risk of early death even when diabetes and heart disease has not been present. 5 Most Important Metabolic Syndrome Risk Factors for Men Metabolic Syndrome describes a series…

 

Insulin is a vital hormone, created by the pancreas, required for transporting glucose from the blood to the cells, where it is used as energy.  Insulin Resistance is a condition that prevents the regular amount of insulin from moving blood sugar to the cells; the cells become resistant to accepting the insulin. Causes of Insulin…

 

Metabolic Syndrome, a group of health issues that includes high blood sugar, high cholesterol, increased abdominal fat, and high blood pressure effects over 35% of the adults in this country.  While it may come as a shock to many, there isn’t one clear way to prevent or treat Metabolic Syndrome, rather several lifestyle changes that…

 

Red wine and tea have demonstrated to offer several health benefits, including improved heart health and providing the body with large amounts of antioxidants.  Recently, red wine and tea have also been shown to regulate blood glucose levels in those diagnosed with type two diabetes. Blood sugar levels of people with diabetes tend to increase…

 

Metabolic syndrome is a confusing and concerning set of risk factors that significantly increase the risk of future heart disease; much more than any one risk factor alone. According to the American Heart Association, an estimated 35% of Americans are diagnosed with metabolic syndrome, greatly increasing the chances of insulin resistance, heart disease, diabetes, stroke…

 

Insulin, once thought of as a necessary treatment option of diabetics, may not  be essential for survival or treatment of diabetes. Researchers from the University of Geneva are optimistically promoting new findings that indicate leptin, the fat-burning and appetite regulating hormone, may eliminate the need for insulin injections used to manage diabetes. For years, insulin…

 

A recent analysis of 32 studies conducted by Vasanti Malik, Walter Willett, and Frank Hu from the Harvard School of Public Health demonstrated conclusive evidence that sugary drinks were related to weight gain, increased diabetes, and increased Body Mass Indexes. Using only the most reliable information, the Harvard researchers demonstrated that eliminating sugary drinks (including…

 

New findings by a team of Harvard School of Public Health researchers demonstrates indisputable correlations between how people eat, their lifestyle choices, and even the medication they use to treat disease and the extraordinary rise in obesity and diabetes rates in the United States. Going back to the beginning of civilization, researchers point out that…

 

Diets rich in sugar and processed food and a general lack of exercise have resulted in nearly 35% of Americans being diabetic or prediabetic. Essentially, this means their body’s are not efficiently processing sugar in the blood or producing the insulin required to bring energy to the cells of the body.  Being diabetic or prediabetic…

 
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