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Diabetes Coach Talks About Her Diabetes Denial

Denying that diabetes can impact your health?

Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes? What have you done to tackle this health issue? Are you like me and millions of people in diabetes denial?

Ignoring high glucose levels, over time, began affecting my eyesight, energy, weight and sleep. I quickly learned after several years of being in denial, it forced me into the emergency room. If you’ve read my book, The Virgin Diabetic, then you know my cholesterol, triglycerides, and glucose levels were off the charts!

Beating Type 2 Diabetes: Give Your Pancreas a Break!

Preserve your pancreas from type 2 diabetes

Millions are in search of improved ways to manage type 2 diabetes. Medication and insulin products are continually being brought to the market. However, the continuous flow of new medication is not the ‘new’ treatment diabetes patients are interested in to facilitate a natural path to reverse diabetes.

Be Mindful of the Connection Between Diabetes and Alzheimer’s

The Connection Between Diabetes and Alzheimer's Disease

Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease have been at the forefront of many health discussions. It is a fear that many of our aging population believe there is no answer. While much research is still needed, there is a term, ‘Type 3 Diabetes’ that may provide some insight into one area of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Over 34.2 million people in the U.S. have diabetes which is the 7th leading cause of death. More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s which is the 6th leading cause of death.

Can Common Symptoms Be a Sign of Type 2 Diabetes?

Confused about symptoms of diabetes?

Symptoms are signs. Do you pay attention or ignore them?

Symptom, a physical or mental feature which is regarded as indicating a condition of disease, particularly such a feature that is apparent to the patient. Have you noticed any of the following symptoms?

• Fatigue, frequently tired or have that foggy feeling
• Difficulty maintaining a healthy weight
• Broken sleep having to urinate too often
• Vision changes such as floaters, blurred vision, dark or empty spots

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