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Could High Body Mass Index (BMI) Be Linked With Diabetes?

Revealed! Scientist Discover How High Body Mass Index Increases The Risk Of Developing Health Problems, Including Several Chronic Diseases Such As Heart Disease And Diabetes

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This Report Will Reveal the Natural Ways to Keep BMI in A Healthy Range and Help Resolve Other Health Issues ...

 By Uncle James

(Health & Wellness Researcher)

Do you feel breathless when running or walking up the stairs?

Do you take several minutes to recover when you have to do a quick run to catch up with something?

Do you always wish to take an extra hour or two to sleep?

How often do you fall ill during the year – ones, twice, frequently or not at all?

Are you a pre-diabetic or already diagnosed with diabetes?

If the above scenario sounds familiar, then you NEED to pay full attention to this report…

Here is why:

Having answered yes to one or more of the above, then there is every likelihood of an impending or docile ailment in one form or the other just waiting to manifest. Probably you could even be overw3ight or obsessed and consequently having a high BMI without knowing.

Obesity is an excess of body weight caused by overconsumption of calories and physical inactivity. Some other causes may include: hormonal imbalances, stress, medical conditions, genetics, toxins, or a side effect of medications.

Overweight and obesity are both labels for ranges of weight that are greater than what is generally considered healthy for a given height.

What Is BMI?

Body mass index (BMI) may not be a term that's on everyone's lips, but it's important for health to understand what it is and to know our number.

In June 1998, in an effort to make sure doctors, researchers, dietitians, and government agencies were all on the same page, the National Institutes of Health announced its BMI guidelines. They replaced the old life insurance tables as a method to gauge healthy weight.

Essentially, BMI is a simple mathematical formula, based on height and weight that is used to measure body fat. We should be aware of our BMI because of the health risks of being overweight (that is, having a BMI of 25 or over).

According to a report in the August 2006 New England Journal of Medicine, excess body weight during midlife is associated with an increased risk of death.

On the other hand, being under weight and having a BMI that's below the healthy range (18.5 to 24.9) can also be a health concern.

According to the NIH definitions, a healthy weight is a BMI of 18.5-24.9; overweight is 25-29.9; and obese is 30 or higher.

High BMI have been linked to ranges of weight that have been shown to increase the likelihood of certain diseases and other health problems like diabetes, hypertension and some other degenerative diseases.

  • An adult who has a BMI between 25 and 29.9 is considered overweight.
  • An adult who has a BMI of 30 or higher is considered obese.

To calculate BMI, divide your weight (in kilograms) by your height (in meters squared).

Use these ranges as a check.

Under 20…………………………………Underweight

Between 20-25………………………..Healthy

Between 25-30………………………..Overweight

Between 30-40………………………...Obese

Over 40……………………………………Severely Obese

Waist Circumference

Men

Waist circumference over 94cm (37in) indicates a slight health risk. Waist circumference over 102 cm (40 in) indicates a substantial health risk.

Women

Waist circumference over 80 cm (31.5 in) indicates a slight health risk. Waist circumference over 88 cm (34 in) indicates a substantial health risk.

 What Factors Are Responsible For High BMI?

We have already established the fact that overweight and obesity are both labels for ranges of weight that are greater than what is generally considered healthy for a given height - high BMI.

It is also a known fact that obesity is an excess of body weight caused by overconsumption of calories which is mostly triggered by hormonal disruptions as a result of the activities of certain toxins stored in the body.

For instance, Ghrelin which is the hunger hormone made by the stomach travels to the brain and impacts the desire to eat. Overweight people may have malfunctioning ghrelin caused by certain toxins in the digestive tract, which in turn causes food cravings.

The more cravings for sugar or carbohydrates the greater the problem. The problem can extend to an intense craving for high calorie foods of any type, and a subconscious desire to excessively indulge in the pleasure of eating for pleasure’s sake.

Another is eating meals that are far too large to get a pleasurable feeling of fullness or satisfaction. In other words, two distinct regions in the brain respond to ghrelin. One region involves carbohydrate cravings. The other region involves pleasure and compensating for stress or other brain pain by eating excessively. 

 How Disruptions of a Particular Hormone “Estrogen” By Toxins found in conventionally Raised Meat Can Increase BMI via High Fat Cells:

After a meal, blood sugar rises. Like a bodyguard, insulin lowers it by escorting glucose into three different places in the body.

When insulin is in good working form—not too high and not too low—it sends a small amount of glucose into three different places in the body. When insulin is in good working form—not too high and not too low—it sends a small amount of glucose to the liver, a large amount to the muscles to use as fuel, and little to none for fat storage.

When being healthy and in good shape, the pancreas produces exactly the right amount of insulin to have blood sugar softly rise and fall within a narrow range (fasting levels of 70 to 85 mg/dl).

But when Estrogen levels climb, as a result of the activities of toxins from conventional meat consumption est., the cells that produce insulin become strained, and a person can become insulin resistant.

That's when insulin starts to usher less glucose to the liver and muscles, raising the levels of sugar in the bloodstream and ultimately storing the glucose as fat. The fat tissue can expand by as much as four times to accommodate the storage of glucose and this sets the body up for - diabetes.

So What Can Be Done? How Can One Take Control of BMI Again, Lose Excess Weight and Reverse Diabetes?

The first step toward shrinking waistlines and getting BMI in line is to address those already identified factors responsible for weight gain, like toxins from unhealthy foods and hormone malfunctioning EST.

After this, the next step is to start eating a healthier diet and getting regular exercise. This will help in preventing any further weight gain and slowly reducing weight into a healthier range which is an excellent goal to achieve.

And while we might want to lose more, dropping as little as 5%-10% of body weight can bring dramatic improvements in blood pressure, blood cholesterol, and blood sugar.

Well, to achieve the above, There Are four things To Be Done Fast to maintain a long and healthy life:

  • Getting rid of already stored Toxins from the body
  • Finding a way to Balance/Reset the body’s disrupted Hormones
  • Becoming physically active
  • Finding a Meal Plan/Diet Program that can help to achieve the above listed solutions easily.

A program that will naturally keep the body’s toxin and hormone levels under control, provide a guide on ways to effectively exercise and set the body up into an auto pilot fat burning mode.

So there we have the solutions to get rid of the body’s stored toxins, reset disrupted hormones, get BMI back in line and instantly resume losing weight again...

But The Good News Is That There Are Natural Ways to Achieve the Above Listed Remedies;

In our next report, just some few clicks away, we will be explaining how to apply this four steps which involves a natural Detox & Hormone Reset program to help the body keep toxin’s expulsion constantly running and hormone levels balanced while consequently keeping the fats off the body permanently.

But Before proceeding to access that report we would want to quickly take some few steps and give our readers the opportunity to find out what their BMI NUMBER currently looks like…

Do You Want To Know Your BMI Range?

Since BMI is a measure of the total weight against height. And we all know that our heights after attaining a certain age tends to be constant and we don’t have control over it, while our weight on the other hand can change at any time in response to certain factors earlier  mentioned like toxins, hormonal imbalance est.

What this simply means is that taking full control of those factors that could influence our weight gain becomes very paramount if we must maintain a healthy body weight especially for those considered overweight or obsessed.

And one of the ways to do that is by regularly monitoring your BMI.

But you don’t need to worry about the rigors involved in monitoring BMI anymore because we’ve got you covered…

Here is an easier way to check…use Our BMI calculator below:

Check Your BMI With Our Free BMI Calculator

Our readers can access the next report on The Natural Detox & Hormone Reset Diet immediately after the BMI check. Click on the BMI Calculator link inside the box above…and discover how to maintain a healthy BMI and Naturally manage a wide range of health issues without any side effects whatsoever!

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