Metabolic Syndrome Survey

Is your blood pressure high?

Do you have high triglycerides?

Do you have high triglycerides?

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A blood pressure higher than 130 over 85 can damage arteries and lead to problems throughout your body.

Do you have high triglycerides?

Do you have high triglycerides?

Do you have high triglycerides?

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Triglyceride levels above 150 mg/dL usually indicate that too many calories are being converted to fat stores.

Do you have excess belly fat?

Do you have high triglycerides?

Do you have excess belly fat?

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A waist circumference >40 inches for men and >35 inches for women is indicative of too much visceral fat.

Do you have low HDL?

Is your blood glucose high?

Do you have excess belly fat?

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HDL levels below 40-50 mg/dL can indicate that your body is having a hard time clearing itself of unwanted lipids.

Is your blood glucose high?

Is your blood glucose high?

Is your blood glucose high?

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Damage occurs if your body spends too much time at a blood glucose levels >100 mg/dL.

If you answered YES to 3 of the 5 questions above, it is likely you have metabolic syndrome.

 Metabolic syndrome is a food-related disease that is affecting the majority of Americans as we age.  You can check out this ARTICLE from Science Daily to learn more.  


Each of the 5 characteristics above is a health concern, and together they indicate that a person is on her/his way to developing diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease. 


The good news is that metabolic syndrome can be stopped, but it takes making changes to how you eat.  Getting rid of junk food, lowering your carb intake & learning to eat healthy fats has helped many people get their health back on track. Find out if eating this way will help you.

Click Below to Download a 1-page Guide for Lowering Carbs