WELLNESS 25th of March 2020

Are You Metabolically Healthy?

What does or does not count as ‘healthy’ can be difficult to define. But there are certain indicators doctors use to measure, and that’s your metabolic health.

First, What Is Metabolic Health?

Metabolic health is often misunderstood as metabolism, which is the process of turning calories you eat into energy. In reality, metabolic health is the health of cellular function and here are five main indicators to check if you’re metabolically healthy:

- Blood glucose levels
- Triglycerides
- High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (“good” cholesterol)
- Blood pressure
- Waist circumference

When each of these indicators is in a healthy range, it means you have optimal metabolic health. On the contrary, having one or two unhealthy indicators may mean a greater risk of serious diseases.

Most metabolic health indicators don't have obvious signs or symptoms. One sign that is visible is a large waist circumference and if your blood sugar is high, you might notice the signs and symptoms of diabetes — such as increased thirst and urination, fatigue, and blurred vision. Now before you panic, here are 4 ways that will definitely boost your metabolic goodness.

#1 Exercise Regularly

The main foundation of a healthy body? Physical activity and fitness. Studies have shown that regularly practicing at least some vigorous physical activity increased the probability of being metabolically healthy by 54%. Be it running, biking, or circuit training, it is recommended to exercise at least 3 times a week, 30 minutes a day. So grab your gym clothes, we’ve got a lot of sweating to do.

#2 Have A Well-Balanced Diet

When you eat carbs (oh how we love our carbs), your body breaks it down into sugar. The more carbs you eat, the higher the chance of insulin dysfunction. So have some portion control and always opt for fresh food instead of processed food and those high in sugar and sodium. It is also recommended to eat more potassium-rich foods like leafy greens, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, avocados, nuts, and milk. 

Bottom line: More protein and fiber, less sugar and carbs.

#3 Quit Smoking

As many of us are aware, smoking is considered one of the most negative health behaviors and is among the most common risk factors for chronic diseases. 

Smoking increases insulin resistance and is associated with central fat accumulation, both of which have negative impacts on metabolic health. It not only causes cardiovascular disease and cancer but can also lead to diabetes and obesity. Fret not, we understand how it’s easier said than done, so here are some tips that might help. 

#4 Take Metabolic Health-Supporting Supplements

One thing’s for certain, if you want the outside to look good, you should start with the inside first which means paying more attention to what you’re fueling your body with. 

Take control of your metabolic health with CelloFIT™, the first supplement in the market to reshape the body and improve your health metabolically. With 8 fat-neutralizing ingredients packed in one, CelloFIT™ promotes a healthier body shape and helps prevent metabolic disorders with the following functions:

1) Balances blood sugar level
2) Lowers bad cholesterol
3) Banishes visceral fat
4) Eliminates hormonal obesity
5) Reduces inflammatory markers

Of course, there is never going to be a quick fix to improve your metabolic health overnight because health is a lifelong commitment. So why not start somewhere today and you’ll find yourself creating a body that is balanced, healthy and loved. Shop now. 

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By Evelyn

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