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Abdominal obesity is one of the important factors characterizing metabolic syndrome.

Today’s youth who generally consume large amounts of inferior quality convenience food and drinks high in sweeteners and calories, and who are increasingly sedentary.

For young people as well as for adults, the unholy trinity for metabolic syndrome, and the serious disorders it gives rise to, may thus be poor diet, lack of exercise, and lack of

Electron balancing. It is something to think about.

According to the American Heart Association, metabolic syndrome is characterized by a group of metabolic risks that include the following:

  • Excessive fat tissue in and around the abdomen.
  • Blood fat disorders—high triglycerides, low “healthy” HDL cholesterol, and high “harmful” LDL cholesterol—that contribute to plaque build-ups in arterial walls.
  • Elevated blood pressure.
  • Insulin resistance or glucose intolerance—conditions that interfere with the body’s ability to properly use insulin or blood sugar.
  • A tendency to form clots in the blood.
  • A pro-inflammatory state in the body, that is, the presence of chemical substances associated with inflammation (such as elevated CRP).


There are significant improvements from Electron (Negative ions) in several biochemical factors associated with metabolic syndrome, precursor to obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. The substances involved were alkaline phosphatase (an enzyme), triglycerides, blood sugar, and C-reactive protein (a widely used indicator of chronic inflammation.

Balancing of Electron helps in an increase in metabolic activity results in a lower risk of developing metabolic syndrome.


The body evolved utilizing electrical energy to maintain its internal electrical stability for the normal functioning of all self-regulating and self-healing systems. The modern way of life creates electrical instability. This lack of stability results in body system dysfunctions that lead to inflammation, inflamm-aging, disease, and aggravation of existing disorders.