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Did you know that only 12% of American adults are achieving optimal metabolic health? Decrease your risk for serious diseases by taking steps to improving your metabolic health. One way you can do this is with metabolism booster supplements such as low carb protein powder, Boost glucose control, Novasource renal, PhenylAde, Microlipid and more, all available here at great prices. Read More...

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  2. Periflex Advance PKU Oral Supplement
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    Starting at $107.04
  3. Periflex LQ PKU Oral Supplement
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  4. XMet Maxamum Metabolic Oral Supplement
    XMet Maxamum Metabolic Oral Supplement
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  5. XMTVI Maxamum Metabolic Oral Supplement
    XMTVI Maxamum Metabolic Oral Supplement
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  6. Novasource Renal Oral Supplement
    Novasource Renal Oral Supplement
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  7. Lophlex PKU Oral Supplement
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  8. PhenylAde GMP Mix-In PKU Oral Supplement
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    XPhe Maxamum PKU Oral Supplement
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Metabolic health is much more important than many realize. An individual with good metabolic health will have the proper levels of waist circumference, cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, triglycerides, and high-density lipoprotein (HDL).

Although people who are obese are extremely unlikely to have good Metabolic health, they’re not the only ones; even people with optimal body weight can still suffer from poor metabolic health.

According to a study published by the Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders journal, only 1 in every 8 adults in the US can boast of having great metabolic health.

The uncomfortable truth is that seniors over the age of 59 are even less likely than their younger counterparts to have ideal metabolic health. Poor metabolic health is also common in those with diabetes, because several of the factors which contribute to metabolic health, such as blood glucose levels, are directly correlated to diabetes, and are usually the cause of it.

What is Metabolic Syndrome?

Metabolic syndrome is when a person has at least three of 5 factors. These factors include abdominal obesity, an extremely low level of cholesterol, high blood pressure and several other factors. A person with Metabolic syndrome is more likely to suffer cardiovascular disease than someone who only has one of these factors since he doesn’t have just one risk factor; he has several.

How Can I Better My Metabolic Health?

There are steps you can take which will make you less likely to get Metabolic Syndrome in the future. These lifestyle and diet changes include implementing more exercise into your daily routine, watching your weight and staying within the ideal weight range for your height, monitoring your blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels, and eating more whole grain foods. These changes are likely to better your metabolic health, and will lower your risk of metabolic syndrome.

Here are several other proven strategies to maintain a high level of metabolic health.

  • Get enough sleep. Sleep and glucose regulation are interrelated, and proper sleep enables your body to metabolize its glucose and keep it at a healthy level.
  • Eat more protein. Protein consumption will increase your metabolism more than the average food does.
  • Drink more water. Drinking water helps to lose weight, and speeds up metabolism. Maintaining a proper weight is extremely conducive to having good metabolic health.

There are also many metabolism booster supplements which you can implement into your diet. There are liquid formulas, and there are also low carb protein powders, specially designed for those with low metabolic health, that can be mixed into a smoothie or cup of water. Many of these powders will provide you with protein, glucose, trygliceride fat, and other supplements that people who need to improve their metabolic health overall can take. These supplements are can also be used by individuals looking to lose weight.

Besides for supplements for those with poor metabolic health, there are also special supplements that provide a metabolic boost for diabetics. A boost diabetic drink such as BOOST Glucose Control can provide diabetics with a large range of vitamins and minerals, plus 16 grams of protein.

Sometimes, individuals with diabetes can develop kidney diseases due to consistently high levels of blood sugar. If such occurs, the person may want to take Novasource Renal, a drink designed to provide those with kidney problems with the vitamins, proteins and minerals they require.

Those with Phenylketonuria, a genetic disorder that doesn’t allow them to eat foods that are high in protein, require a special diet that is Phenylalanine-free. Two of the most popular PKU supplements that provide metabolic nutrition to those with phenylketonuria (also referred to as PKU) are Phenex 2 and PhenylAde 60. These PKU formulas are filled with necessary vitamins and minerals, and provide individuals with PKU with the nutrition they require.

These are just a few of some of the more popular supplements supplied by AvaCare Medical. You can check out AvaCare Medical’s large selection of metabolic nutrition products today for even more options. If you have any questions about which product suits your nutritional needs, contact our knowledgeable customer service reps, and we’ll be happy to assist you.