Stone fruits may carry compounds that help fight metabolic syndrome
Stone fruits, also known as drupes, such as nectarines, plums and peaches, may contain useful compounds that help fight-off metabolic syndrome, which can lead to diabetes, heart attack and stroke, say researchers from Texas AgriLife Research, a member of Texas A & M University System. Food scientist, Luis Cisneros-Zevallos and team showed that compounds that exist in stone fruits could be useful in the fight against metabolic syndrome, in which inflammation and obesity eventually lead to serious illnesses and health problems.
The scientists will present their findings at the American Chemical Society in Philadelphia in August, 2012. Cisneros-Zevallos said: "In recent years obesity has become a major concern in society due to the health problems associated to it. In the U.S., statistics show that around 30% of the population is overweight or obese, and these cases are increasing every year in alarming numbers."
But what is a metabolic syndrome and what other treatment is being used now
The treatment for a metabolic syndrome was discovered over 50 years ago and is being used today. The process involves following a strict protocol involving a polypeptide called HCG which is taken while on a VLCD and gives great results. Unfortunately main stream medicine is ignorant to this process and only excepts HCG as an appetite suppressant which is wrong.
When you have finished the VLCD part of the TREATMENT PLAN the client then gets to introduce different foods into their food plan. It is these different foods that help change the metabolic process/syndrome , allowing the fat to be used as energy and not to be stored in areas of the body ( follow link to view areas).
There are hundreds of thousands of people taking this treatment program to help reduce symptoms of type 2 diabetes and to balance there system so they do not stay victim to this metabolic syndrome. Though mainstream medicine say that the homeopathic spray is a a placebo though this placebo is changing peoples lives that have always struggled with weight management.
written by Lewis Blackwell