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What is Metabolic Health?

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Being metabolically healthy means you have a lower risk of developing metabolic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), heart disease and strokes. Your metabolic health is a culmination of your nutrition, race, genes, lifestyle (sleep, stress, job, exercise), smoking habits, microbiome, sex and age.










When you notice weight gain (particularly around your middle) or your body shows signs of high blood pressure, high blood sugar and high 'bad' cholesterol, then it could be time to implement some changes. By acting quickly and starting a specific, tailored nutritional and lifestyle intervention, you can successfully pause and potentially reset these changes and reduce your risk.


More information on each health area can be found on the specific tabs in this section or by clicking on any of the helpful site links.

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