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Science of Glycemic Stress

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The extreme rise and fall of one’s blood sugar several times throughout the day and the resultant over-stimulation of insulin leads to what is being called “The Metabolic Syndrome.  It is the underlying cause of dyslipidemia,,  high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and obesity.  Unlike a genetic disorder, this phantom disorder can be fully prevented.  The earlier you begin reversing it, the healthier you will be.

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The extreme rise and fall of one’s blood sugar several times throughout the day and the resultant over-stimulation of insulin leads to what is being called “The Metabolic Syndrome.  It is the underlying cause of dyslipidemia,,  high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and obesity.  Unlike a genetic disorder, this phantom disorder can be fully prevented.  The earlier you begin reversing it, the healthier you will be.

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