Metabolic syndrome (MS) WARNING (MS increases your risk of heart disease, stroke & type 2 diabetes), it is a major crisis in America & causes many deaths (10 most obese states in America)

by Paul Alexander

Caribbean, it is a major problem as heart disease & diabetes surges & linked to poverty; includes increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol

The goal has to be to get your blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and waist size under control, and any reductions will help you as MS is a major killer; you do not think it is but it is catastrophic and excess weight weaves a devastating thread and as you saw, obesity was the super loaded risk factor behind age and even medical conditions where elevated age gave way to obesity, MS, and killed many people, especially minorities. Excess body weight is not necessarily a condition of affluence etc. and can be due to poverty. For example, many poor persons eat food high in starch e.g potatoes and rice etc. that they can afford and load up on it. This is a major problem.

‘Having just one of these conditions doesn't mean you have metabolic syndrome. But it does mean you have a greater risk of serious disease. And if you develop more of these conditions, your risk of complications, such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease, rises even higher.’


  • Getting at least 30-45 minutes of physical activity most days; I argue at least 5 days a week

  • Eating plenty of vegetables, fruits, lean protein and whole grains

  • Limiting saturated fat and salt in your diet

  • Maintaining a healthy weight especially a reduced waist size

  • Not smoking

  • Addition of Vitamin D3 to your daily diet of at least 50 ng

We have to get into the mindset of health and well-being. COVID is done, so done and it was all a lie and farce and so it is time to move on with life. Time to get active and living but healthy living. For you, your kids, grand kids. Seeking to suck the marrow out of the bones of life you are given. But you must strive for health and this is why The Wellness Company (TWC) led by Foster Coulson appealed to me.

You have to own your personal health. You have to return to that pre-COVID feeling. We seek accountability and justice for all the wrongs and fraud done across 3 years of COVID and especially by bought out crooked doctors who failed us and helped governments harm and even kill some of us. Unforgiveable. No amnesty. Yet as we seek proper legal inquiries and in proper courts with judges etc., we must go on and must begin urgently by improving our lifestyles. Yes, we can, even within our own socio-economic circumstance as we strive.

You have to keep the immune system strong, the heart strong.

It is no surprise and we live it daily, whether in America or Canada or UK or Caribbean, that the medical system is failing shackled by oppressive government health policies, and the lack of appreciation for natural approaches to cure illnesses. TWC seeks to be part of the solution.

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The fabric of TWC has been woven together by ‘its medical team, whose courage and bravery in their fight for medical freedom and truth as well as their devotion to the public, will help to ensure improved health outcomes, convenient access to physicians, and lower costs of healthcare for our patients.’

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