"Millions of overweight baby boomers are on the fast track to becoming disabled senior citizens, a possibility that could have dire repercussions for them and for the nation's already overburdened nursing home system.
This rise in disability is likely to increase future nursing home populations by 10% to 25% over current projections."
Excess weight and obesity linked to insulin resistance can be
underlying causes of heart disease, which, if neglected, may
result in a heart attack or stroke.
People suffering from excess weight and obesity often have
elevated cholesterol levels and high blood pressure. These
conditions can be among the symptoms of metabolic syndrome
(syndrome x), a cluster of risk factors which damage the
Insulin resistance can also be a crucial factor because it increases your risk of developing reversible pre-diabetes. If left unchecked, insulin resistance -- an imbalance of glucose and insulin -- can lead to the onset of type 2 diabetes, which is irreversible in the vast majoity of cases and may require daily injections of insulin. Type 2 diabetes sharply increases the likelihood of heart disease as well as being an elevated risk factor for blindness, kidney disease and the need for amputation.
Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a broad term that describes any
disorder that can impact the functioning of the heart muscle
itself or the whole cardiovascular system. Conditions that
contribute to heart disease include high blood pressure
(hypertension), arteriosclerosis (the build-up of calcium
deposits on the artery wall) and atherosclerosis (an
accumulation of fatty deposits on the artery wall).
The causes of heart disease include: elevated LDL "bad"
cholesterol, low HDL "good" cholesterol, excess weight or
obesity, hypertension or high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes,
cigarette smoking and lack of physical activity. Many of these
are underlying conditions found in both insulin resistance and
Chronic high levels of glucose and insulin are classic symptoms
of insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome. One of the primary
risk factors for atherosclerosis, a form of hardening of the
arteries, is elevated triglycerides. The biggest risk factor for
increasing the production of triglycerides is the rate of your
Insulin is produced in your pancreas and released into the
circulatory system where it is the key to the absorption of
glucose by your cells for energy. If your cells resist insulin,
then both insulin and glucose build up in your blood. Excess
insulin leads to weight gain and high blood pressure – both
precursors to cardiovascular disease.
As insulin comes in contact with the interior wall of the
arteries, it damages the tissue, causing the initial injury that
produces plaque. Therefore, having insulin resistance and
metabolic syndrome directly cause changes in the blood lipids
and overall cardiovascular system that contribute to the
formation of heart disease.
Recommendations for reducing heart disease risk are the same as
those for reducing insulin resistance, namely decreasing
insulin, balancing cholesterol and lowering blood pressure. It
all involves managing weight gain to minimize current symptoms
and an attempt to delay or prevent worsening of the underlying
conditions that lead to heart disease.
This can be accomplished through careful food choices and
regular exercise leading to weight loss. But a multi-faceted
approach is clearly necessary to address all the symptoms of
A complete system is required that includes nutraceuticals
(vitamins, herbs and minerals that are disease-specific), a
realistic exercise program combined with nutritional guidance
and a support network that will help you change unhealthy
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