Metabolic Syndrome is Not "Associated" But CAUSED by High Insulin

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Dr. Berg talks about metabolic syndrome. If you try to research high insulin (hyperinsulinemia). Metabolic syndrome is composed of high blood pressure, belly fat, increase LDL, decrease in HDL, etc. Many times when you attempt to research this topic, you'll instantly be confused because they will tell you there is associations between this and that, they will tell you that high insulin and insulin resistance is a symptom of metabolic syndrome like its a disease, when its really a combination of symptoms.

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