Metabolic Syndrome [dysfunction]

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Metabolic Syndrome:  a ‘mysterious’ condition of medically related symptoms that include: cardiovascular issues, diabetes, kidney problems, abdominal obesity, high serum triglycerides, elevated blood pressure (hypertension) and low HDL cholesterol.

Notice, these symptoms are common complaints of many people, and the list is usually doctor’s focus and justification for tests and more tests forever in search of answers behind these medical dysfunctions.

Medical diagnosis rarely includes the words, METABOLIC SYNDROME, so few patients understand what it refers to or the forces behind their suffering.

Central to metabolic dysfunction is compromised mitochondrial activity within the cells, meaning poor output of ATP and leakage of electrons within the electron transport chain of the Krebs Cycle aka citric acid cycle.


The word SYNDROME is official admission that the medical experts don’t have a clue about the nature and etiology (cause) of the patients dilemma.

Dysfunctions of regulatory mechanisms are “terrain issues!'”

Young Again Club protocols focus on TERRAIN Issues because when you address the underlying causes of suffering and so-called disease, the symptoms go, bye, bye.

Metabolic syndrome is nothing more than a collection of autoimmune symptoms of unknown origin (medically speaking) with progressive degeneration of the general state of health of affected individuals.  Behind the syndrome of symptoms is SYSTEMIC, LOW-GRADE INFLAMMATION.

Metabolic syndrome is a TERRAIN ISSUE first and foremost, resulting from the following contributing factors: iodine, selenium, zinc and magnesium ion insufficiency, poor digestion, leaky gut, dysfunctional thyroid, intestinal inflammation, bowel issues, poor liver function, insulin resistance, elevated ‘normal’ blood sugar levels [aka pre-diabetes ongoing blood sugar levels over 90], leptin and adrenaline resistance combined with elevated endotoxin and mycotoxin levels and a compromised immune system and loss of Primal Immunity.

Medically, there is NO KNOWN CURE for metabolic syndrome, and there never will be because it is NOT a disease, but a collection of metabolic symptoms and organ dysfunction.  The same goes for cancer and never will be.

Metabolic syndrome is a classic manifestation of systemic low-grade inflammation, thyroid dysfunction and hormone imbalance driven by mycotoxin dominance.

Effects and symptoms associated with metabolic syndrome are autoimmune driven terrain issues that occur in particular patterns. Examples: Joe has colon cancer and Susie has fibromyalgia, George has prostatitis and Carol has irritable bowel.

Autoimmune issues manifest in hundreds of ways. The pattern by which terrain issues present varies widely from one individual to another.  Treatment of symptoms is a futile and why the sick-care industry is an endless circle of suffering and misery.


Know that the very BEST way to address metabolic syndrome is by restoration of the terrain and settling of the variables that drive your symptoms.

Anyone seeking answers and results should adopt Young Again Club principles, protocols and  lifestyle.

You can abuse yourself and ‘kind of’ get away with it when you are under age 35, but as you get older, your body will rebel and eventually collapse from abusive.

When that time arrives, you will either get your act together or you will grow old and suffer unnecessarily.

Be certain to read Special Insights, Pre-mature Aging & Premature Diabetes as well as Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking hyperlinks.

Please study the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle and the Autoimmune Attack Cycle by clicking  hyperlinks.


  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Also, it would be very useful for the reader to review concepts related to Terrain and Autoimmune by clicking Glossary link below.

If you need help and guidance, ask.

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