Cardio Metabolic Health- Diabetes, Obesity & Metabolism

The true risk factors must be considered: cigarette smoking, elevated pulse, abnormal serum lipids and lipoproteins, and hyperglycemia, as well as the inclining risk factors: excess body weight and stomach heftiness, inactivity, and a family history of Cardiovascular illnesses (CVD). Recognizable proof of risk variables is an important first step toward developing a strategy for risk reduction in diabetics.

High glucose levels in the blood can indicate a link between diabetes and coronary artery disease. It has frequently been stated that diabetes is not the problem, but rather excessive blood glucose levels. High glucose levels generate further problems because the illness destroys all of the vital organs. High hyperglycemia harms and damages veins of all shapes and sizes. High blood glucose levels are linked to cardiovascular disease and diabetes from the smallest veins in your toes to the largest veins in your heart. Obesity can impair your ability to manage your diabetes and increase your risk of certain medical concerns, such as coronary artery disease and hypertension.

If you are overweight, a decent and balanced diet plan with minimal calories on a regular basis will lower your glucose levels and reduce your need for medications. Overabundance gut fat around your abdomen, even if you are not overweight, can increase your risk of developing heart disease. An individual may have excess gut/belly fat if his or her waist measurement is greater than 40 inches for men and greater than 35 inches for women.

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