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Hidden Disruptions In Metabolic Syndrome: Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion As A Pathway To Accelerated Pathophysiology Of Metabolic Syndrome

James B. LaValle, RPh, MS, ND, CCN

One of the potential challenges facing healthcare professionals today is the problem of drug- induced disease. With polypharmacy prescribing occurring in younger and younger populations, it is becoming increasingly important to assess nutrient depletion risks as they relate to future symptoms, conditions, or progression of disease.

One of the most significant issues facing healthcare in the United States today is the epidemic of individuals with diagnosed obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease or who are exhibiting an increased risk of developing any combination of the 3. Combinations of prediabetic conditions such as elevated blood glucose or fasting insulin levels combined with at-risk lipid profiles, increased blood pressure,

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