Your Waistline is Your Lifeline

belly-2354__180The Silent Killer

Research has shown your waistline directly relates to your metabolic age and that corresponds to your basal metabolic rate. 

Basal Metabolic Rate is the age of your cells on your insides compared to the average of your chronological age. 

Looking at these markers (and others such as your visceral fat, bone mass, muscle mass, and hydration levels) are all indicators that support your metabolic age going up or down.

Visceral fat is the fat in your abdominal cavity that surrounds your vital organs. As you age the distribution of fat changes and is more likely to increase in the trunk area.

Science has shown that this type of fat can be potentially dangerous in affecting your hormones. Plus storing visceral fat increases a number of health problems, like type-2 diabetes, heart disease, breast cancer, colorectal cancer and alzheimer’s disease. Of course it also impacts poor sleep, joint pain, moods, indigestion, heartburn, and bowel cramping etc.

Research is showing that all the above health issues are on the rise exponentially. For example: diabetes rates have almost doubled over the past decade, and 1-in-3 will be diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes before the end of this decade (then there are also all of the undiagnosed cases.) Heart disease, cancer and alzheimer’s disease are also all on the rise! 

This type of fat can be challenging to release however it is totally possible with the correct actions. You can reverse your metabolic age, bone mass, etc.!  I know because I have

If you would like to know what your numbers are and what you can do, let me know by contacting me here, or come to our “An Evening of Discovery” August 4, 2016 at 7:00 pm, or August 8 at 6:00 pm.

An Evening of Discovery


One Response to Your Waistline is Your Lifeline

  1. Malinda says:

    your blog sure does rank high in bing for some ketsarhsep,yhats how i got here and i must say it deserves the rankings.really liked this post.

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