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Diabetes Awareness Training

In the spirit of reaching more diabetics so we can eliminate type 2 diabetes, I am increasing the type of diabetes reversal trainings. There is something for everyone's lifestyle and needs.

New Diabetes Training Sessions & Workshops

Less intense than direct coaching, these sessions and workshops are short, easy-to-learn lessons so you can take action now, and it's easy on the pocket book!

Surviving Hurricane Irma as a Diabetic

How does a diabetic prepare when a natural disaster is about to hit? Luckily, I had the ability to evacuate before Hurricane Irma hit Florida. It takes some thoughtful planning, but it can be done.

We are advised to keep water and non-perishable items on hand for a minimum of three days. In the case of Irma, many areas were without power and running water for a longer period of time. Gas stations were far and few between, so if you didn’t fill your gas tank before Irma hit, you could find yourself stranded.

Here is a list of ideas to consider:

Do You Believe in Glucose Self-Monitoring?

JAMA Internal Medicine published information for a trial conducted between 2014 and 2015. The question, is self-monitoring blood glucose levels effective for people with non–insulin-treated type 2 diabetes in improving either A1c levels or health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in primary care practice?

Is This a Reason to Improve Your Diabetes?

I recently wrote about a celebrity who lost his life to diabetes. I’m saddened to say that a young woman at the age of 27 also lost her life to type 1 diabetes. For privacy, I’ll call her KC. KC was not famous, not financially sound, had a difficult life growing up, but had a loving and supportive grandmother who did her best to help KC improve her health.

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