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Clinical Components Insulite LaboratoriesExcess weight and obesity can damage the cardiovascular system in a number of ways and lead to an increased risk of a heart attack or stroke:

ATHEROGENIC DYSLIPIDEMIA. A blood fat disorder which consists mainly of high triglycerides and low HDL “good” cholesterol that fosters plaque build-up in artery walls.

ARTERIOSCLEROSIS. Hardening of the walls of the arteries, making them brittle, thick and inflexible, thereby increasing the risk of a stroke.

ATHEROSCLEROSIS. The build-up of
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Fat tissue "is not like an inert storage depot – it's a very dynamic organ that is actually producing hormones and chemical messengers," said Dr. JoAnn Manson, chief of preventive medicine at Harvard's Brigham and Women's Hospital. These substances can damage blood vessels, increase the risk of blood clots and cause insulin resistance that makes people prone to diabetes – all without elevating blood pressure or cholesterol.
Obesity may be an independent risk factor for heart problems, MSNBC
fatty deposits in the arteries, which interfere with blood flow by narrowing the circumference of the arteries. This condition can begin early in life and then progress as you age, leading to Cardiovascular Disease.

The process begins with damage in the endothelium (inner layer of the artery) followed by plaque build-up. Insulin causes the primary injury to the vessel lining initiating a cascade of chemical factors to the area. These chemical changes affect the integrity and function of the vessel over time and the damage may stimulate the artery wall cells to produce other substances that result in further build-up of plaque.

These cells and surrounding material significantly thicken the endothelium. When the plaque ruptures, a blood clot forms and blocks the artery, stopping the flow of blood. Proven causes of damage to the arterial wall are elevated levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, hypertension (high blood pressure) and tobacco smoke.

HYPERINSULINEMIA. This disorder occurs when insulin progressively loses its effectiveness in sweeping the glucose from the blood stream into the 67 trillion or so cells that constitute our bodies. Insulin levels in the blood rapidly rise to damaging levels and, together with the resulting elevated glucose levels, account for much of the damage to the cardiovascular system.

Clinical Components Insulin ResistanceHYPERTENSION. Also known as high blood pressure, hypertension is a condition commonly associated with narrowing of the arteries. This causes blood to be pumped with excessive force against the artery walls. It is a sign that the heart and blood vessels are being overworked. Untreated, high blood pressure will cause the heart to eventually overwork itself to the point where serious damage can occur. For instance, the heart muscle can thicken (hypertrophy) and function abnormally, or dilate and contract less forcefully (dilated cardiomyopathy). High blood pressure can cause injury to the brain, the eyes (retinopathy) and/or the kidneys (nephropathy). Hypertensive patients are also at increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

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Obesity may be an independent risk factor for heart problems, MSNBC
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Article by Dr. Sheri Colberg, Phd, FACSM

"The United States is experiencing an epidemic of obesity. Thirty-four percent of adults are overweight and an additional 30% are obese. Thus, 2 of every 3 Americans have an unhealthy body weight. Obesity contributes to over 300,000 deaths per year, principally through its association with cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and several cancers. Obesity currently is the second leading cause of preventable death and will soon surpass cigarette smoking, the leading cause. Health economists estimate that obesity costs our nation approximately $100 billion a year. And these figures say nothing about the personal suffering of those affected by obesity."
Testimony of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity (NAASO) before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform, Subcommittee on Human Rights and Wellness, 9.15.2004 (.PDF)

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