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Do you have a spare tyre or muffin top? Here's why it's dampening your libido...

by , 17 July 2019
Do you have a spare tyre or muffin top? Here's why it's dampening your libido...
If you're experiencing low libido, take a look in the mirror. If you see a spare tyre or muffin top around your waist, it could be the reason for your slow-down in the bedroom...

Keep reading for more...

Metabolic syndrome reduces testosterone in men and women...

Metabolic syndrome is a pre-diabetes group of symptoms that include excess weight especially around the middle, high insulin levels, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

If you don't have type 2 diabetes, having two or more of these symptoms puts you in the high-alert zone.

In both metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes, insulin signals are  continuously high. This is what causes the high blood pressure and cholesterol. But there's one more thing high insulin sugnals disrupt...
  
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Testerone levels drop...

And you may know what this means - low libido and lower muscle mass - in both men and women.

But, there's good news...

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The same treatment plan that will help reduce metabolic syndrome, will improve testosterone levels. And, once this gets back on track, the increase in muscle mass will help reverse the blood sugar highs... Which will further increase your testosterone levels...

So to get your 'oomph' back and reduce symptoms related to metabolic syndrome, take these steps:

1. Eat fresh foods (ditch refined, packaged and processed foods completely).
2. Exercise daily - start off with even just 5-10 minutes and build up to 30 minutes per day of high intensity exercise. 
3. Take a quality blood sugar formula that can help you control cravings, mood swings, concentration levels and metabolic syndrome symptoms.

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