Sandra Cabot Health Can't Lose Weight? You Could Have Syndrome X
Try Dr Cabot's Syndrome X Checklist:
If you answer YES to 3 or more of these questions, you may need the 12-week Syndrome X Eating Plan.
This book includes the diet and recipes to help with this syndrome & looks at ALL the hidden and professional reasons why people cannot lose weight:
Syndrome X can affect people of all ages and is an accelerating epidemic affecting millions of Australians.
Dr Cabot’s Syndrome X 12-week metabolic weight loss eating plan works on the cause of Syndrome X.
What is Syndrome X?
Syndrome X is the most common cause of inability to lose weight. Syndrome X occurs in those with abdominal obesity or excess abdominal fat.
Other features of Syndrome X - also known as MetabolicSyndrome - include obesity, hypertension and high triglycerides. Syndrome X is a metabolic imbalance characterized by a collection of symptoms and signs including:
You most likely have excess weight in the abdominal area so that you may have a "pot belly" and a roll of fat around the upper abdomen. This is called a "liver roll". You may also have excess fat in other parts of your body.
Obesity can cause fatigue, so it is important to combat this symptom with diet and supplements to increase energy levels.
For healthy weight management it is important you live a healthy lifestyle. Whilst various products may be of assistance in weight management, eating a healthy energy-controlled diet and ensuring you engage in sufficient and appropriate physical activity are important aspects of healthy weight managament.