Obesity Risk

Reduce risk of adult-onset diabetes nutritionally the United Nations (UN) is just again intensively deal with the diabetes (diabetes mellitus). And not without reason, because the diabetes dimensions that mellitus type II, which has adult-onset diabetes, in recent years a pandemic, so a continent adopted overarching disease. According to the UN, diabetes threatens the World Health to a similar extent as the classic infectious disease malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS. As a result the UN Member stages are prompted to take preventive measures against the disease. This is especially true for Germany. In our country, millions of diabetics live 6-7. With an unbroken strong upward trend. Effective measures to prevent and stop this trend do so emergency.

Supplementary nutritional measures, each person concerned are easy to implement are needed. Causes of diabetes are very often in your own life style. Therefore, changes in the lifestyle are the most promising preventative measure, especially for people who meet all or some signs of the metabolic syndrome. The widespread vicious cycle of obesity, high blood pressure, lipid metabolism disorders and elevated blood sugar is known as metabolic syndrome. Manages to combat metabolic syndrome, it can also succeed in the diabetes pandemic to be Mr.

Because the metabolic syndrome significantly increases the risk for a number of complications also diabetes. The metabolic syndrome with a greatly increased risk for diabetes and cardiovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, heart attack and stroke is correlated in men 45 years and women aged 55 and over. In Germany lives approximately every third adult on the threshold of risk for the metabolic syndrome, so meets 3 of the following 5 criteria: Obesity (waist circumference), slightly elevated blood sugar, slightly elevated cholesterol, slightly elevated total fats, or elevated blood pressure. What can you do to the ticking time bomb to defuse and minimise the diabetes and risk of attack? Sure, life style change, which is responsible for creation of the risk factors.

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