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Date:3/23/2009

ed to men. "In one out of three patients, sudden death is the first warning symptom of heart disease," says Barb. "Luckily there is good science and simple preventive steps you can take to outsmart heart disease," she adds. "When my hair dresser described an odd set of symptoms she was feeling a few weeks ago, I encouraged her to go straight to the ER. She resisted because like many women, we put off tending to our own health. Peer pressure, or should I say customer pressure, made her give in. I truly believe that visit saved her life. We got her to realize how awful it would be for her little boy to lose his mother. That seemed to light a fire under her!"

Is Obesity Lack of Self Control or is it Metabolic Syndrome?

Dr. Dall's center has become a popular and successful source of hope for people who have had years of difficulty losing weight.

"For many -- some estimates say as many as 1 out of 4 or even 1 out of 3 obese women, men and even teens, may be overweight because they have metabolic syndrome -- not because they lack the willpower to control their desire for fattening foods!" explains Dr. Dall. This pre-diabetic condition makes it almost impossible to lose weight on a regular weight loss diet. Dr. Dall uses the findings of the NMR LipoProfile test (www.lipoprofile.com) to identify patients with lipoprotein markers that are common in people with metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance. At the same time the assessment evaluates the patient's heart risk. That is important because when you have diabetes you also have increased risk to the heart. It's like the adage: where there's smoke, there's fire.

Nurse Susan Schneider of Milwaukee brought her daughter Chloe to Dr. Dall after years of diets, physicians, nutritionists, exercise programs, hospitals and even a psychiatrist failed to help her. The thousands of dollar
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SOURCE Advanced Lipidology Early Detection Center for Heart Disease & Diabetes
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