Mysteries of Syndrome X Revealed

Written by Emily Clark


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The main purpose of glucose is to be used as fuel forrepparttar cells inrepparttar 145468 body to produce energy. Unprocessed glucose translates into fat. Ifrepparttar 145469 body keeps making it and itís not being processed, where does it go? Hips, thighs, stomach, and buttocks, thatís where!

In addition to hypertension and heart disease, elevated insulin may be associated with weight gain and difficulty with weight loss, other blood sugar problems such as hypoglycemia, and some menstrual related imbalances.

Genetics is partially responsible for causing this disease. More likely though is lifestyle. In many cases years of high starch, processed foods, simple sugars, lack of exercise, smoking, and increased stress may berepparttar 145470 culprit for Metabolic Syndrome X.

Now what? For starters, start exercising today. Increase water intake and totally omit starches, sugars, processed foods from your diet. Limit or omit caffeine. Try to maintain at least one third of your daily food intake to vegetables. Ask your doctor to test your sugar levels. Change what youíre eating and get walking and youíll be amazed atrepparttar 145471 pounds start to fall off. The fatigue and fuzziness will start to disappear and in turn youíll feel much better. The information contained in this article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to medically diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Consult a health care practitioner before beginning any health care program.



Emily Clark is editor at Lifestyle Health News and Medical Health News where you can find the most up-to-date advice and information on many medical, health and lifestyle topics.


Avoid Potential Job Interview Disasters

Written by Nathan Newberger


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5. MONITOR YOUR INTERNAL SYSTEM Nature has a funny way of acting up atrepparttar wrong moments. Fortunately, you can help prevent these unwanted incidents. Avoidrepparttar 145467 awkwardness of a growling stomach by eating a few hours beforerepparttar 145468 interview. Be careful in what you eat and drink inrepparttar 145469 24 hours prior torepparttar 145470 interview. Do not overindulge; an upset stomach or hangover is formidable distraction.

6. DON'T BE TOO MODEST The interview is no place for humbleness. Too much modesty can make you appear introverted or lacking confidence. Donít be afraid to be your own cheerleader. Prior torepparttar 145471 interview, make a list of your accomplishments both personally and professionally; practice talking about them. Have a friend listen to your answers as you practice. This will help prevent you from crossingrepparttar 145472 line between justifiable pride and boasting.

7. DON'T LACK ENTHUSIASM No one wants to work with a stick inrepparttar 145473 mud. With this in mind, how can you prevent from appearing lukewarm? Smile and maintain eye contact. Sit forward in your chair. Avoid speaking in a monotone. Be positive in your responses.

CONCLUSION By preparing yourself against these potential interview disasters you are one step closer to gettingrepparttar 145474 job of your dreams. Remember sometimes it really isrepparttar 145475 little things that makerepparttar 145476 difference. This article can be read online and shared with others directly at: http://www.worktree.com/newsletter/avoid-interview-disasters.html

Sincerely, Nathan Newberger, Managing Editor http://www.WorkTree.com

"Helping You Find More Jobs Faster"



Nathan Newberger is the job and career expert at http://www.WorkTree.com Nathan has over 10 years experience in staffing and human resources. He has worked both as a recruiter and career counselor. Mr. Newberger has been the Managing Editor at http://www.WorkTree.com for the past 5 years and his articles have helped thousands of job seekers.


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