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Diabesity and Metabolic Syndrome

The obesity epidemic continues to worsen. More and more Americans are obese, experiencing metabolic dysfunction, and suffering from type 2 diabetes. That cluster of closely related chronic diseases can be referred to by one name: diabesity. Diabesity and metabolic syndrome are precursors for other serious health issues, including heart disease. Find out how to reverse these chronic illnesses.    

What Is Diabesity?

More than 93 million Americans are obese, and the rate of diabetes is growing steadily. Many of these people are suffering from a cluster of symptoms and chronic health problems, like insulin resistance and metabolic dysfunction, along with abdominal obesity and type 2 diabetes.

We can refer to to those collectively as diabesity. These chronic illnesses share the same underlying cause—and they’re preventable and, in many cases, completely reversible.

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Diabesity: The #1 Cause of Death?

Diabetes and obesity share the same underlying causes and, in many cases, they’re entirely preventable. Despite that, diabesity and related diseases are becoming increasingly fatal in the United States. Find out more.

There Is No Single Cause of (Or Treatment For) Obesity

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Reframing the Obesity Debate: Cause/Effect, Genetics & Robot Clones

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The Autoimmune-Inflammatory Model of Diabesity

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How Inflammation Makes You Fat and Diabetic (And Vice Versa)

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Not All Fat People Get Diabetes, and Not All Diabetics Are Fat

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Are You at Risk for Diabetes and Obesity?

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The Top 3 Dietary Causes of Obesity & Diabetes

What are the top 3 dietary causes of diabesity (obesity + diabetes)? You might be surprised by the answer.

10 Ways Stress Makes You Fat and Diabetic

A growing amount of research shows that stress causes both obesity and diabesity in a variety of ways.

How Toxins Are Making Us Fat and Diabetic

We're more toxic than ever before, and recent evidence has linked exposure to toxins with both obesity and diabetes. Learn what you can do about it.
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What Is Metabolic Syndrome?

Metabolic syndrome often precedes type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. It’s characterized by high blood pressure, a large waist circumference, elevated fasting glucose and triglycerides, and low HDL cholesterol.

If you’re suffering from these metabolic issues, treat it like a warning sign. Heart disease and type 2 diabetes could develop, unless you take steps to correct the underlying cause.

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Preventing and Reversing Diabesity and Metabolic Syndrome

Diabesity and metabolic syndrome can cause serious harm throughout the body. Undoing that systemic damage takes a different approach. It’s not enough to exercise and eat well; you need to focus on improving your gut health and your intestinal integrity.

Here’s How to Prevent or Even Reverse Diabesity and Metabolic Syndrome

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