Metabolic Syndrome, Cholesterol, and Insulin

Metabolic Syndrome, Cholesterol, and Insulin

Common symptoms of metabolic syndrome would be a large belly, high cholesterol and fat deposits, high blood pressure, as well as high blood sugar levels.

The problem is that in most cases your doctor would examine you and tell you to lose some weight. You might start eating more salad and less fast food, but you will often still be stuck with the other symptoms and may not even be able to lose weight! This is because the issue is often not understood properly, and you are simply trying to battle one of the symptoms instead of the root cause.

To tackle metabolic syndrome at its core, you have to turn you attention to your insulin levels. Insulin is the most common cause of metabolic syndrome, and it eventually leads to all the other symptoms we experience.

Unstable insulin levels becomes a problem due to eating too much sugar and unhealthy foods, and can then lead to a whole range of different complications. When we eat too much of these bad foods, the insulin starts storing the unused energy as fat and then it prevents us from burning it again.

Thus, when trying to sort out problems with metabolic syndrome, you have to first sort out your insulin levels and get them nice and low!

How Do We Keep Insulin Levels Low?

  • With a Low GI Diet (Like the Manna Diet)
  • Avoid foods that increase blood sugar levels (starchy food, refined carbs and sugary drinks)
  • Exercise regularly (At least 20-30 minutes exercise per day)
  • Get your beauty sleep
  • Drink plenty of fresh water
  • Take an all-natural and organic supplement, like the Manna Blood Sugar Support with each meal to help control blood sugar levels and assist the body to require less insulin.

Blood Sugar Support

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