The bad news is way too many people suffer from metabolic syndrome. The good news is that it’s relatively easy to reverse. It starts with your diet and getting off the sugar/carbohydrate addiction.
As many as 37 percent of all American adults have metabolic syndrome, placing them at increased risk for heart disease and other health problems, according to a study published Tuesday by JAMA.
In addition, nearly half of all U.S. adults aged 60 years and older have the condition, the researchers said.UPI.com
It sounds like a fad but eating a low carb high fat diet combined with intermittent fasting works miracles when it comes to getting your metabolic health in order. It’s easier than you think and doesn’t require any calorie counting or calorie restriction. When you cut out the sugars and the carbs and replace them with high quality proteins you’ll find you won’t need to eat as much or as often.