The Potbelly Syndrome: How Common Germs Cause Obesity, Diabetes, and Heart Disease: Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition
This book was written to help you avoid heart disease and PBS. If it's already too late to avoid these problems, this book can help you recover. The first few chapters explain how common germs cause heart disease and raise cortisol levels. Beginning with Chapter 6, the emphasis shifts toward cortisol-related illnesses: high blood pressure, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. Chronic subtle hypercortisolism is the technical term for potbelly syndrome, and Dr. Marin explains how to diagnose this disorder in Chapter 16.
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Type 2 Diabetes
Cortisol Production Regulation and Measurement 56 16 Diagnosing Chronic Subtle Hypercortisolism 95 17 Taking Charge of Your Own Health
Building Stress Resistance
Reversing Infection Cortisol IC Loops
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