PODCAST014: Overcoming Metabolic Syndrome

By on October 29, 2013

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 Overcome Metabolic Syndrome!

Do you have a round belly?  High cholesterol?  High blood pressure? A combination of the three?

If you do, you may have metabolic syndrome, a potentially fatal health problem.

Join me, and respected author, nutritionist, and exercise physiologist Maria Emmerich from MariaMindbodyhealth.com as she eloquently explains, in lay-terms, what metabolic syndrome means to you, as well as natural steps to help you overcome it.

Thoughts? Please leave feedback below!

About Michael Tremba

Dr. Michael Tremba, once severely overweight himself, has studied to distinguish the truth about weight loss, and the shocking mis-information that's taught to us by many "trusted" groups. Through the techniques that have helped him regain his health, he shares uncommon tools to help anyone else desiring to lose weight to live the life they're meant to. He enjoys reading, exercising, travelling, and spending time with his wife, Shari in Mobile, Alabama Find me on Twitter, Google+ and let's connect on LinkedIn.

4 Comments

  1. Kathy

    October 29, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    Another good podcast and speaker, Michael! I was glad she touched on cooking with herbs.

    • Tremba Michael

      October 29, 2013 at 6:10 pm

      I was actually thinking of you the moment she started talking about the herbs, Kathy! It may take a little while, but yes, I do plan to get you your show on herbs :)

      • Kathy

        October 30, 2013 at 5:57 am

        Thank you, Michael! Although I’ve always used dried herbs and spices in cooking, I started growing herbs just this past summer as a natural disease preventative and healthy supplement for the chickens. Then, since I couldn’t possibly feed all the herbs to the chickens, I started using them instead of the dried versions in my cooking and was really surprised at how much better the food tastes. I’m hoping they have the same health benefits for us as the chickens, maybe even serve as an appetite suppressant. That’s why I’m anxious to hear what you find out about them. I do know that, although it might be a coincidence, I haven’t had any health problems with the flock so far and their eggs are delicious. So thank you for all the research you do to help us!

        • Tremba Michael

          October 30, 2013 at 7:39 am

          That’s great that you’ve been feeding them to your chickens-I can only imagine how much more flavorful the eggs might be. Although I wish we could grow a larger variety, we use some fresh and some dried. Fresh herbs are such a treat, and yes, they do have amazing health benefits. Looking forward to sharing more in a future podcast about them :)

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