You may frequently hear people reversing type 2 diabetes without medication. How is it they can do it and you seem to struggle long term? First, be honest with yourself.
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.
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!
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:
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?
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.