Did You Know 61% of American adults are overweight and that 27% of Americans – 50 million people – are obese. In the past 20 years, overweight children ages 6 to 11 have doubled in the U.S. Sleep Apnea studies have shown a 10% weight gain predicts an approximate 32% increase in sleep apnea. And a 6-fold increase in the odds of developing moderate-to-severe sleep breathing disorders.
When it comes to blood pressure medications, diabetes and obesity beta-blocker drugs and diuretics raise Insulin levels causing weight gain and premature aging. And blood pressure medications Increase risk of diabetes by up to 50 percent. The risk of heart failure in patients taking diabetes drugs, can be up to 100 % higher than those who forgo the drugs according to study from Wake Forest University.
“Obesity is such a strong predictor of blood pressure or hypertension risk that having a normal body weight is really what’s going to drive your blood pressure” rather than your fitness level. Stated Dr. Susan Lakoski, cardiologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
What is the answer? Well consider the following: a 22 lb. weight loss reduces heart attack risk by 75 %. A 15 lb. weight loss reduces your risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes by 50%. Losing 10 lbs. doubles your chances of normalizing blood pressure!
There are so many ways to learn how to double your chance of normalizing your blood pressure that are completely natural. If you choose the right foods to eat you can melt away unwanted fat off of your body. Often times this will get rid of your sleep apnea and eliminate other sleeping disorders. In wellness care we show you how to boost your anti-aging hormones through the roof and choose the right kind of exercise. We will reveal to you what whole food supplements can help you massively accelerate fat loss and easily incinerate FAT off your waistline, FOREVER.
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