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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 of serious health risks often found together; these health risks increase the risk of diabetes, heart disease and heart attack – especially in men ages 30 to 50.  The 5 Most Important Metabolic Syndrome Risk Factors for Men include:

  • Increased abdominal or belly fatphoto (1)

  • Increased levels of triglycerides and LDL cholesterol levels

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Lack of Physical Activity

  • Insulin Resistance

Insulin resistance is perhaps the most dangerous risk factor, seemingly affecting all other risk factors in some way.  Insulin resistance develops as the body becomes less responsive to the effects of insulin.  The pancreas responds by creating more insulin, which often leads to poor energy levels, increased food cravings and eventually can lead to developing type 2 diabetes.  Currently it is estimated that between 10% and 30% of people have insulin resistance present in some form.

Metabolic Syndrome Labeled a Threat to Public Health

obesity voted a disease by American Medical AssociationResearchers from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have labeled metabolic syndrome as a public health threat that requires immediate attention, education and prevention.

Recommended treatment for metabolic syndrome includes weight loss, regular exercise, increasing levels of HDL cholesterol levels, decreasing triglycerides and overall cholesterol levels, and lowering blood pressure and blood glucose levels.

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