Metabolic health is defined as our body’s ability to efficiently make and use energy. Our blood sugar (glucose)levels are an indicator of our relative metabolic health. Diabetics and pre-diabetics are inefficient at producing energy as they have difficulty moving blood sugar (glucose) from their blood stream into their cells for storage and energy production. As such, this population often has elevated blood sugar levels, which will ultimately leads to downstream health problems. While approximately 40% of the U.S. population is diabetic or pre-diabetic, approximately 80%-88% of the U.S. population has what is clinically considered to be metabolic dysfunction. That is to say, the overwhelming majority of Americans has some degree of difficulty producing energy.