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  High Triglycerides: The Key Symptom of Metabolic Syndrome X

It is estimated that about 50 million U.S. adults have the metabolic syndrome.

Hypertriglyceridemia is the key symptom of the metabolic syndrome which has become increasingly common in the United States.

Because of its close association with insulin resistance, in which the body can’t use insulin efficiently, metabolic syndrome is also called the insulin resistance syndrome.

People with this syndrome are at increased risk of

  • coronary heart disease and other diseases related to plaque buildups in artery walls (e.g., stroke and peripheral vascular disease) and
  • type 2 diabetes.

According to the current criteria, the metabolic syndrome is identified by the presence of three or more of the following components:

  • Central obesity, the so called apple figure, present in most people with insulin resistance, as measured by waist circumference: in men - greater than 40 inches, or >101 cm; in women - greater than 35 inches, or >89 cm
  • High triglycerides: greater than or equal to 150 mg/dL, or 1.7 mmol/L
  • Low HDL-"good" cholesterol: in men - less than 40 mg/dL, or less than 1.0 mmol/L; in women - less than 50 mg/dL, or less than 1.3 mmol/L
  • High blood pressure: greater than or equal to 130/85 mmHg
  • Pre-diabetes: fasting glucose greater than or equal to 110 mg/dL

In other words, you are at risk for the insulin resistance syndrome, if your have three or more of these symptoms.

If not controlled properly, this syndrome, also called pre-diabetic syndrome can lead to:

If you have the metabolic syndrome correcting blood triglyceride levels should be your priority.

  • heart disease
  • non-alcoholic fatty liver
  • colon cancer or
  • ovarian cancer.

As elevated blood triglycerides is the most common lipid (blood fat) disorder in people with pre-diabetes or diabetes, monitoring triglycerides is essential in order to avoid:

  • heart attacks
  • strokes, or
  • amputations in the future.

TGs Formula: It Will Pay Off Years Later

Keeping the body and heart healthy will pay off years later in reduced risk for the cardiovascular disease.
Picture for a moment an average middle-aged guy. He has

  • triglycerides and LDL-"bad" cholesterol that are over the limit
  • a tad too high blood pressure, and
  • an extra few pounds he could lose.

In other words, like one in five American guys, he has the metabolic syndrome, the condition also known as Syndrome X or insulin resistance syndrome, namely, the collection of health risks that will increase his chance of developing heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.

Although this guy knows that he is at increased risk - he figures he has time.

Fast-forward 10 years. Our guy has:

  • ignored his elevated blood lipids
  • ignored high blood pressure
  • put on even more weight, and
  • had a full-blown stroke.

He survived the stroke, but he may be at higher risk of developing other health problems, including Alzheimer's that can destroy his brain.

The health message is clear: what you do today about your health does matter in the future!

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Do Not Mess With Diabetes!

Complications of diabetes are the third leading cause of death in the United States. Diabetes is associated with one-third of the heart attacks and two-thirds of the strokes.
Type 2 diabetes is a nasty, degenerative illness which will gradually and slowly suck the life out of you and contribute to a miserable existence.

It can damage many of the body systems leading to such serious medical complications as

  • heart disease (heart attack, stroke) - the most common consequence
  • cataracts and/or glaucoma, leading to blindness (due to retinopathy)
  • kidney damage
  • erectal impotence in men
  • amputations from gangrene and/or from damage to nerves (neuropathy).

Among the urologic complications of diabetes mellitus, the most common form of organic sexual dysfunction in male diabetics is erectile impotence (up to 75 percent of male patients who had diabetes for 15 - 20 years suffer from this).

Approximately 25 percent of over 18 million diabetics in the United States will develop foot problems and 6 to 10 percent will undergo amputation.

Diabetics spend more time in the hospital for foot complications than for all other aspects of their disease combined.

If your 8-hour fasting blood sugar level is between 110 mg/dL and 125 mg/dL you are considered pre-diabetic (current medical standards state that diabetes is formally diagnosed at 126 mg/dL).

Some clinics, however, as a biomarker of coronary heart disease, risk use a fasting blood sugar of 90 mg/dL or higher.

With insulin levels, the lower the better. Below 5 is good, but 2 or 3 would be far better. Any fasting insulin level over 10 is a major problem and is a serious risk factor for diabetes.

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Glycated Hemoglobin (HbA1c) Test

Most diabetic specialists feel HbA1c is the single most important blood test for known diabetics.
Even if you test your own blood glucose daily you will still need the glycated hemoglobin test. This test, also called "hemoglobin A1c" or "glycohemoglobin" and sometimes incorrectly referred to as "glycosylated hemoglobin test", is an important “quality control” test used to determine how well diabetes is being managed. The most commonly performed fasting blood sugar test does not reflect the true picture of diabetic control over a long period of time. It only measures the level of sugar in the blood at the moment it is taken from the finger or arm.

HbA1c test is used primarily to monitor the overall blood glucose (sugar) control of diabetics for the past two to three months. Periodic determinations of glycated hemoglobin provide an accurate time-averaged reflection of patient glucose levels and the effectiveness of the control of diabetes.

This test was introduced as a routine test in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It measures how much glucose is spontaneously attached to hemoglobin A cells - the primary form of hemoglobin in adults and the part of the blood carrying oxygen in the red blood cells. As the hemoglobin floats around in the blood, it picks up glucose in about the same proportion as the glucose that exists in the bloodstream. This combination of glucose and hemoglobin A is called HbA1c, or glycohemoglobin. HbA1c levels do not change quickly but will shift as older red blood cells die and younger ones take their place. Since the red blood cells have a 120-day life span in the body before they are recycled, the "glucose coating" of a sample of hemoglobin can be measured.

The HbA1c test results are generally expressed as a percentage of total hemoglobin. For people without diabetes, the normal range is between 4 and 6 percent. For most people with diabetes the HbA1c goal should be less than 7 percent, according to the American Diabetes Association. In other words, if the HbA1c number is less than 7, blood glucose control is “good.” An HbA1c number higher than 8, or between 7 and 9, means that your glucose control is “average” so you need to take action as you are at a greater risk of developing eye disease, kidney disease, or nerve damage.

A number greater than 9 means your diabetes control is “poor,” meaning that your blood glucose is too high and you are at serious risk of developing the long-term diabetes complications. In other words, the closer a diabetic can keep the HbA1c to 6 percent, the better his or her diabetes is in control. The poorer the glucose control, the higher the HbA1c result will be. Therefore, lowering the HbA1c number – by any amount – can improve the chances of staying healthy.

Frequency of HbA1c testing depends on 1) the type of diabetes, 2) how well diabetes is controlled, and 3) on a doctor. The American Diabetes Association recommends testing HbA1c:

  • 4 times each year - if you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes and use insulin, or
  • 2 times each year – if you have type 2 diabetes and do not use insulin, or
  • more frequently – if your diabetes control is not good.

Because HbA1c test measures average glycemia it will not reflect temporary, acute blood glucose increases or decreases in someone with “brittle diabetes,” also known as “unstable diabetes,” or “labile diabetes” - when a blood sugar level often swings quickly from high to low and from low to high. It can result in some individuals only achieving their treatment goal at the expense of a poor quality of life, as a result of frequent, disabling, and unpredictable hypoglycemia.

It should be also noted that there are many factors which may falsely lower HbA1c results, such as anemia, uremia, alcoholism, high levels of blood lipids, and nutritional supplements.

The FDA has cleared for non-prescription use of the HbA1c test for people with diabetes to help monitor long-term control over blood glucose levels. Over-the-counter status means that the test can be purchased without a prescription and used at home. The results are available on the spot.

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The Risky Apple Figure

For men with the apple figure - and excess weight in the middle - the risk for heart disease goes up two and a half times, for women - the risk rises eightfold.
For men with the apple figure - and excess weight in the middle - the risk for heart disease goes up two and a half times, for women - the risk rises eightfold.

Why is the apple figure risky?

Fat cells located in the abdomen release fat into the blood more easily than fat cells found elsewhere. Release of fat begins 3 to 4 hours after the last meal compared to many more hours for other fat cells.

This easy release shows up as higher triglyceride and free fatty acid levels. Free fatty acids themselves cause insulin resistance.

It is estimated that one out of every four people in the U.S., or 80 million Americans, have insulin resistance and they are more prone to heart disease, even though they may never actually develop diabetes.

To find out whether you have an apple figure, determine your waist-to-hip ratio:

  • Take your waist measurement with a tape measure around your waist an inch above the navel.
  • Then take your hip measurement by measuring your hips at their widest point.
  • Determine your waist-to-hip ratio by dividing your waist measurement by your hip measurement.

An unhealthy accumulation of fat in the middle, or an apple figure, suggests, for women, ratio over 0.8; for men - over 1.0.

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The Waist-to-Height Ratio

Your waist size in inches should not be greater than one half your height in inches.
The waist-to-height ratio (WHtR) is one of the simplest (and the most accurate) cardiovascular risk formulas and ratios.

The ratio between waist girth and height indicates the degree to which fat has accumulated around the waist. Typically, it is a male pattern of fat distribution, but females do exhibit this also!

A waist-to-height ratio under 50 percent is generally considered "normal." Tthe greater your abdominal girth relative to your height, the fatter you are, and, consequently, the greater your risk of cardiovascular disease.

Also the WHtR gives a more accurate assesment of health for serious athletes, especially body builders, who have a higher percentage of muscle and a lower percentage of body fat, and for women who have a "pear" rather than an "apple" shape.

Insurance companies are good at making money because their actuaries are very knowledgeable in determining risks.

Why do you think they insist on knowing your height and waist measurements as part of your insurance physical?

As you already know, increased abdominal girth is a strong (and useful) indicator of:

  • hyperinsulinemia
  • pre-diabetes
  • diabetes and, consequently
  • cardiovascular disease.

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The Risky Beer Belly

Your belly becomes “really risky” when the girth crosses 102 cm, or >40 in.
Fat sticking around the abdomen creates a "beer belly," also called ‘hypertriglyceridemic waist.’ Actually, it can forecast a cardiologist in your future as the beer belly is also associated with a higher risk of high blood pressure and even certain forms of cancer.

“Hundreds of studies have led to the conclusion that any fat [in excess] can be problematic, but it’s much, much more dangerous when it’s accumulated in the abdomen,” said Dr Jeffrey Flier, researcher at the prestigious Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

How big is big?

Usually, dangers begin to emerge in men who have a belly that measures more than 94 cm or >37 inches around the middle.

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Not All Bellies Created Equal

Soft bellies are far less dangerous than the rock hard ones. If you aren’t sure of what you’ve got, get someone to punch you in the stomach.

Unfortunately beer bellies usually come with their close relatives - love handles. Those wobbly stubborn pieces of fat on the sides of the waist. No matter what you do, they don’t seem to go away.

For many men, the first signs of this unholy spread, usually appears at middle age, making a midlife crisis also a midriff crisis. The bills for the excesses committed in the twenties and thirties - late nights, boozing, no exercise - start to pile up. At midlife all the old programming goes haywire. The joke has a cruel new punch line: suddenly V-shaped bodies turn into apples and parallel lines become circles.

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Nature’s Little Twist

Both men and women tend to put on weight, although in different parts of the body. Men tend to grow fat around the stomach and women on their hips, thighs and bottoms.

However, the fat that women accumulate on hips and thighs is not dangerous to health—but it’s almost impossible to lose. The fat that men accumulate on stomachs is much more dangerous to health—but easier to get rid off.

How? A beer belly could have a lot to do with beer, which - like most alcohol - is oozing with calories. But that’s only part of the story. Researchers have found that apart from adding calories to the diet, alcohol also prevents the burning of fat.

According to a Swiss study reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association, booze in the blood stream can slow down fat metabolism more than 30 percent. Plus, beer drinkers don’t just drink beer - they have it with chips and peanuts, all nibbling their way into the belly, making it bigger and bigger.

If you don’t watch it, a belly can quickly inch its way into the cardiac zone of horrors: hypertension, diabetes, heart attacks. All of which of course makes you want to cry into your beer. And then denies you the beer to cry into.

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Obesity Epidemic

There is a common misconception – shared by both patients and doctors - that excess weight is nothing to worry about until high blood pressure and poor cholesterol develop, and those can then be treated with medications.

Obesity has not been hyped. In fact, it should be defined as a disease - a real public health crisis.

Middle-aged people who are obese - or grossly overweight - are over 40 percent more likely than normal-weight people to die of heart disease. They are also four times as likely to be hospitalized for heart disease.

As pointed out by researchers and obesity experts, fat tissue is not like an inert storage depot. It is a very dynamic organ that is actually producing hormones and chemical messengers. And even without elevating blood pressure or cholesterol, these substances can

  • damage blood vessels
  • increase the risk of blood clots and
  • cause insulin resistance that makes people prone to diabetes.

In other words, being too fat causes cardiovascular problems and excess weight alone is an independent risk factor for heart attacks, strokes and diabetes.

So, if you are an overweight middle-aged individual with normal blood pressure and cholesterol levels you are kidding yourself if you think your health is just fine. You need to pay strict attention to your weight even if you do not have an unhealthy risk factor profile yet.

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TGs Formula: An Opportunity

The nutritional blood lipids and sugar reduction is especially beneficial for whose who

  • want to avoid using prescription drugs and/or
  • cannot 'solve' the problem through the dietary and lifestyle changes alone, for whatever reason.

If you are a diabetic, seriously concerned about your health, you should consider the nutritional approach. It may help you prevent and avoid serious multiple complications of this degenerative disease.

At Full of Health, we know that this simple method - so simple that, at first, its simplicity makes you difficult to believe - will do as much for you as it has done for our clients and customers.

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Triglyceride Reduction Formula: Advanced Blood Lipid Support

According to medical studies, people with high blood triglycerides do benefit from dietary, nutritional supplements.
Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula is a comprehensive multiple vitamin and mineral supplement that provides optimal levels of nutrients to support people with high blood triglycerides.

Nutritional factors are naturally occurring substances, not drugs whose substances are foreign to the body. And, according to orthomolecular nutrition, if the right building blocks (nutrients) are present in the body - in the right amounts and at the right time - the body will do the rest.

In other words, Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula has been designed to bring the triglycerides down to normal by providing optimal concentrations of all necessary vitamins, anti-oxidants, lipotropic factors, chelated minerals, trace minerals, and digestive enzymes.

As a complete food supplement, Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula consists of:

  • nutrients involved in fat metabolism (assisting in burning hepatic and intestinal triglycerides), such as inositol, choline and dl-Methionine
  • nutrients directly involved in lowering triglycerides levels, such as niacin (vitamin B3), chromium, calcium and vitamin E (Diabetes Care 1994;17:1449–52. Postgrad Med 1995;98:183–93 [review]. Lipids 1972;7:202–6. J Nutr 1991;121:165–9)
  • methyl donors, such as folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12
  • all essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, E, niacin, magnesium, zinc, chromium, selenium
  • glandular concentrates, such as adrenal, liver, pancreas, and
  • nutrients supporting bile flow and the healthy liver function, such as L-Cysteine.

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Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula.
Dietary Supplement to Support Healthy Blood Lipid Levels

As you can see, there is no one "miracle" ingredient in Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula. It is a specialty complex orthomolecular combination of strong lipid-lowering natural factors.

All nutrients are present in specific ratios and amounts in order to correct longer standing deficiencies and imbalances that are known to contribute to elevated levels of blood fats such as triglycerides.

Thousands of users have proven the efficacy of this approach. There has not been a single reported harm done by taking our Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula.

The Natural Triglycerides Lowering Program shared with the public on the Internet around the world. So far, we have introduced our proprietary Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula to our clients and customers in 44 countries: the United States (including Virgin Islands, Hawaii, and Guam), Malaysia, Australia, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Thailand, New Zealand, Germany, Belgium, Trinidad, Mexico, Italy, Pakistan, Singapore, Mauritius, Suriname (South America), France, Bolivia, Russia, Croatia, Poland, Portugal, Denmark, United Arab Emirates, Brunei Darussalam, Hong Kong, Macau, St. Lucia (West Indies), Norway, Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Brasil, Yemen, Kingdom of Bahrain, Turkey, China, Kuwait, Japan, Taiwan, Jordan, Cyprus and Fiji Islands.

We know you will join them. Sooner or later... This an all-natural combination of 70 nutrients and phytonutrients (plant nutrients) not only keeps your blood fats in check (as drugs do), but actually helps your body rebuild the organs and systems that control your blood lipids - without side effects.

No wonder, the Triglyceride Reduction TGs Formula can produce results that doctors have rarely seen before, even with hard-core prescription drugs. And, unlike pharmaceutical drugs, it is very body-friendly.

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TGs Formula: Testimonials

May 12, 2006

I’ve been a diabetic for over 10 years. All these years struggling with blood sugar control, recently I was also diagnosed with high triglycerides.

This time, my wife who is also a naturopath, suggested the Formula. But she told me to do the bloodwork first.

On March 25, my results were as follows:

  • Glucose serum fasting: 9.5 mmol/L (outside normal limits)
  • Cholesterol: 5.00 mmol/L
  • Triglycerides: 6.91 mmol/L (outside normal limits)
  • HDL cholesterol: 0.77 mmol/L (under normal limits)
  • LDL calculated cholesterol: not available due to high triglycerides
  • Total cholesterol/HDL ratio: 6.49 (outside normal limits)

About three weeks later my doctor ordered another test. The report from April 13 was much better:

  • Glucose serum fasting: 6.9 mmol/L (much lower than before, but still outside normal limits)
  • Cholesterol: 4.81 mmol/L
  • Triglycerides: 2. 88 mmol/L (much better than before, but still outside normal limits)
  • HDL cholesterol: 0.93 mmol/L (better and within normal limits)
  • LDL calculated cholesterol: 2.56 (this time available and within normal limits)
  • Total cholesterol/HDL ratio: 5.17 (much better, but still outside normal limits)

As I have not changed my eating habits during this period of time, obviously it is the Formula that made such a difference.

Ron Z.
Toronto, Canada

The above testimonial has been reviewed by Full of Health Inc.; however, it is the sole opinion of the listed individual.

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