|"I think it is very important for
younger people to realize they can use this product
and get help before it becomes a really BIG problem.
I started your product and found it really boosts my system,
helping me get off ground zero, and stop the spiral downwards.
It gave me the
energy to start exercising and prepare healthy meals."
To reverse excess weight and obesity, you must first
address insulin resistance, a root cause of your
condition. If left unchecked, insulin resistance can
lead to a number of disorders, including:
- Metabolic syndrome (syndrome x) - a cluster of
cardiovascular risk factors that can lead to a heart
attack or stroke
- PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) - a leading
cause of infertility in women as well as irregular
or absent menses, skin conditions, excess facial and
body hair and male pattern baldness in women
- Pre-diabetes - a reversible imbalance of blood
sugar and insulin, which, if left unchecked, can
lead to type 2 diabetes. The latter condition is irreversible in the vast majority of cases and may require daily injections of insulin. Type 2 diabetes is a greatly increased risk factor for blindness, heart and kidney disease and the need for amputation
- Getting your weight under control is the next
step. A low-carbohydrate diet has proved to be
effective in not only weight-loss programs but also
in helping to control the production of insulin in
the pancreas. But keep in mind that lean men and women can also have metabolic syndrome and lean
women as well as those of normal weight, can suffer from PCOS.
- Exercise is a necessary component of dealing
with the symptoms of excess weight gain and obesity.
Regular exercise boosts the insulin sensitivity of your cells to help avoid or reverse insulin resistance, aids glucose
disposal in the muscles, boosts metabolism, raises
HDL "good" cholesterol and helps to balance the
level of glucose and insulin in the blood stream.
- Choose a balanced, healthy diet that doesn’t
include foods with a high glycemic (GI) index, like
bread, pasta, rice, refined sugars, potatoes and
corn. Avoid artificial sweeteners which can raise
glucose and insulin levels.
stimulants like caffeine, alcohol and tobacco. Even
over-the-counter cold and flu medications can
contain stimulants, causing spikes in insulin
production and release.
- Your doctor may need to address collateral
issues such as hypertension (high blood pressure) or
elevated cholesterol issues with medication until they
come under control naturally with your weight loss.
- Consider the Insulite System for reversing
excess weight gain and obesity. The Insulite System incorporates
pure nutraceuticals (vitamins, minerals and herbs
that are disease-specific), realistic Nutrition and
Exercise Plans and a Support Network to keep you
motivated and informed.
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