Heart health impacted by Metabolic Syndrome

11046_gr1obesitymetabolicsyndrome.gifA study published in the Journal Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism has revealed that people who have metabolic syndrome have a heightened risk of dying from heart disease than those without the condition. Another study has revealed the racial differentiation associated with as metabolic syndrome may increase the risk more in black women than in white women. Continue reading “Heart health impacted by Metabolic Syndrome”

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Breakfast most important meal of the day. Lack of breakfast associated with adult metabolic disorders.

breakfastThe adage that breakfast is the most important meal of the day holds true as a new study has linked in adulthood. Continue reading “Breakfast most important meal of the day. Lack of breakfast associated with adult metabolic disorders.”

Asparagus improves blood pressure, glucose metabolism and Lipid profile, impacting on Metabolic syndrome.

asparagusMetabolic syndrome is the term approved by the word health organisation to describe a set of conditions including high blood pressure, increased blood sugar level, excess body fat around the waist or low HDL (the good cholesterol) and increased blood triglycerides. The International Diabetes Foundation estimates that approximately 20–25% of the world’s adult population has . comprises a cluster of metabolic abnormalities including central obesity and , high SBP or DBP, and increased fasting glucose. is a risk factor for , diabetes, and certain cancers. Continue reading “Asparagus improves blood pressure, glucose metabolism and Lipid profile, impacting on Metabolic syndrome.”

Asparagus improves blood pressure, glucose metabolism and Lipid profile, impacting on Metabolic syndrome.

 asparagusMetabolic syndrome is the term approved by the word health organisation to describe a set of conditions including high blood pressure, increased blood sugar level, excess body fat around the waist or low HDL (the good cholesterol) and increased blood triglycerides. The International Diabetes Foundation estimates that approximately 20–25% of the world’s adult population has metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome comprises a cluster of metabolic abnormalities including central obesity and high cholesterol, high SBP or DBP, and increased fasting glucose. Metabolic syndrome is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and certain cancers.

Continue reading “Asparagus improves blood pressure, glucose metabolism and Lipid profile, impacting on Metabolic syndrome.”