type 2 diabetes sufferer

What is it?

Heart disease and stroke are the most common causes of death in the UK, and good cardiometabolic health is essential to your longevity and quality of life. Cardiometabolic disease is a term used to describe a cluster of conditions that increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, insulin resistance, fatty liver and obesity.

Symptoms and causes

High blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and a fatty liver are some of the better-known causes of cardiometabolic disease. But other, less well-known causes can also play a role. For example, the heart health of menopausal women has long been neglected, as has that of people with autoimmune disease and previous cancer, in the prevalence of heart disease. Coupled with our fragmented medical care system, this means that only a few doctors gain a complete view of a patient. We are one of the few practices that can manage and offer treatment to patients with more than one cardiometabolic risk factor.

Our individualised approach means that we can identify the root causes of cardiometabolic disease, which may be related to factors such as poor diet, lack of exercise, chronic diseases or hormonal imbalances.


Treatment for cardiometabolic disease in metabolic medicine often involves a holistic approach that addresses a number of factors. This may include dietary and lifestyle changes, nutritional supplementation (consulting closely with a dietitian who can address lifestyle changes) and targeted therapies to support healthy metabolic function and improve cardiovascular health.

Personalised treatment plan

Through personalised treatment plans, we aim to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders associated with cardiometabolic disease. By identifying and addressing the root causes of these conditions, we can offer you a natural and effective approach to managing this complex and interrelated health concern.

If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, please contact us today.