To add more products to your cart you must first abandon your PayPal Express Checkout. You will be able to commence a new PayPal Express Checkout and re-verify when you are ready. Would you like to Abandon & Add to Cart (and abandon PayPal Express Checkout) or Checkout?
To view similar items click here.
Metabolic Syndrome Program
Publisher: John Wiley And Sons LtdFormat: Paperback
The Metabolic Syndrome Program
How to Lose Weight, Beat Heart Disease, Stop Insulin Resistance and More
Big Belly? High Body Mass Index? High Blood Pressure?
If this sounds like you, you may be one of the millions of North Americans with Metabolic Syndrome. Predicted by medical experts as the likely number one risk factor for heart disease-Metabolic Syndrome, or MSX, describes a constellation of conditions, including those mentioned above, of which the body' resistance to insulin is a primary feature. A byproduct of obesity, 25 percent of the adult U.S. population is now estimated to have MSX.
The Metabolic Syndrome Program offers readers a sensible lifestyle-based approach to treating MSX. One of the first books to name and address this condition, The Metabolic Syndrome Program outlines a realistic plan of treatment-without magic pills or quick-fixes to a growing and little-known threat to public health.
The Metabolic Syndrome Program includes:
“Karlene Karst has done an excellent job outlining the seriousness of obesity and insulin resistance, and their ensuing complications,while providing a nutrition and lifestyle action plan to help you get back to the basics of good health.”
—Sam Graci, author of the Path to Phenomenal Health and The Food Connection.
“The Metabolic Syndrome Program provides an effective comprehensive solution by detailing a clear, rational approach to a complex topic.”
—Michael T. Murray, N.D., co-author of the Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine.
GST Note: GST is included in the price of this item. GST is included in the freight.
Delivery time frames will depend on your location, please check the shipping calculator to see an estimate of when you can typically expect to receive your goods based on your postcode.