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Diane Kress: “The 25 Medical Conditions that are linked by the same COMMON DENOMINATOR”
Break the common link and prevent, control, or cure these conditions without added medications.
By: Diane Kress and The Metabolism MIracle
This common denominator is rarely (if ever) discussed by the medical community.
THIS IS QUITE LIKELY THE MOST IMPORTANT ARTICLE YOU WILL EVER READ REGARDING YOUR PRESENT AND FUTURE HEALTH.
These 25 medical conditions or diseases have a common denominator that you are not aware of….. Until Now
Visceral fat (abdominal fat that builds around the stomach and between organs)
NAFLD (non-alcohol related fatty liver disease)
Low Vitamin D levels
High Fasting insulin (8 or over)
Type 2 diabetes
Cancer (breast, colon, skin, uterine, ovaries, prostate)
Pancreatitis (non -alcohol related)
WHAT IS THE COMMON DENOMINATOR THAT LINKS THE 25 CONDITIONS? INSULIN IMBALANCE
Insulin imbalance is genetic, progressive and triggered by stressors. Unless stopped in its tracks, it will contribute to one or many of the top 25 diseases. Control the insulin imbalance and prevent, control, or cure the insulin related disease.
You may be familiar with the terms metabolic syndrome or syndrome X. I wanted to make understanding your metabolism as easy as possible; so I call the 2 different types of metabolism: Metabolism A and Metabolism B.
METABOLISM A: Normal insulin production throughout life. 35% of the US adult population has Met A.
METABOLISM B: Having the genetic predisposition to imbalanced/uncontrolled insulin that develops progressively in the face of environmental stressors. 65% of the adult US population has Met B.
THE STRESSORS THAT INCREASE THE PROGRESSIVE OF METABOLISM B TO TRIGGER THE 25 MEDICAL CONDITIONS:
Hormonal changes (puberty, pregnancy, lactation, peri- menopause, menopause, thyroid disease)
Inactivity or sedentary lifestyle
Excessive carbohydrate intake (“good” and “bad carbs” count)
Certain medications (OCA’s, beta blockers, prednisone, etc)
You cannot erase genes, but you can help decrease their negative impact on your health.
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE MET B?
Have Fasting lab work that includes:
When your labs return, make sure to get your own copy. Look for the listed labs on your results, and check your labs against the following Met B target zones as these values indicate you do have Met B:
THE LABS AND RANGES THAT INDICATE METABOLISM B
Glucose: Under 70 or over 85 equals Met B
A1C (hemoglobin A1C): Under 5.3 or over 5.6 equals Met B
Vitamin D: Under 40 equals Met B
THE SYMPTOMS OF METABOLISM B
Chronic fatigue: Waking up tired, getting woozy on your commute to work, after lunch, late afternoon, and after dinner.
Over-loving and a strong preference for carbohydrate foods: Bagels, pizza,burritos, French Fries, ice cream, chips, pretzels, snack crackers, pasta, rice, cookies, candy, desserts, fruit, potatoes, corn, etc.
Poor short term memory, difficulty focusing and remembering, racing thoughts and/or brain fog.
Short fuse, bad temper, irritability, anxiety, panic attacks
Mild depression, lack of motivation, lack of drive
Sleep issues: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Mind races when you get up during the night.
Very easy and quick weight gain.
Increasing belly fat, back fat, love handles, muffin top
Increasing aches and pains. Feel older than your age. Joint pain and stiffness.
Alcohol has a greater impact.
Caffeine has less of an impact. You can drink a double espresso and go to sleep soon afterward.
Decreased libido, erectile dysfunction (ED), yeast infections, lack of desire to initiate sex.
Blurry vision that comes and goes, night driving problems, light sensitivity, teary eyes/dry eyes.
Based on your fasting lab work and your symptoms, it is easy to diagnosis Metabolism B. 6.5 of every 10 people will develop pre diabetes or type 2 diabetes in their lifetime and will become overweight or obese.
If Met B is not treated with the correct lifestyle, all efforts for weight loss and to get and stay healthy are in vain.
AN EXPLANATION OF METABOLISM BE...
Every body is not created the same in terms of underlying metabolism. Some people (35 US adults) are born with and will always have normal insuliln production.
But, 65% of US adults will develop progressive INSULIN IMBALANCE.
Insulin is a fat gain hormone. Met B’s begin to overproduce the fat gain hormone and begin to build excess fat on their body (belly fat), in their blood , between and on their vital organs and in their liver . Met B’s are FATTY because of progressive EXCESS INSULIN PRODUCTION.
DIANE KRESS' NY Times Bestselling book: The Metabolism Miracle works, EVERY TIME for those with Met B. She wrote her books to balance insulin. Expect long term weight and fat loss, improved health, energy, and less medications.
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Diane Kress, RD CDE