Forget You Have Diabetes and Enjoy Your Holidays

Tired of managing your diabetes? There are days that I feel that way, too. The holidays add an extra challenge to “be good.”

In November’s article I shared three ways to reduce stress during the holiday season whether you have diabetes or not. Today, I am suggesting you forget you have diabetes on the holiday.

Is that a sigh of relief I hear?

Go ahead, savor the flavor of your favorite foods!

3 Ways to Reduce Stress and Enjoy the Holidays with Diabetes

Grain-Free Lemon Biscotti

I love the holiday season. People taking notice of each other and taking time to work together to get things done. Making meals together, shopping together and just spending quality time together.

Yet, there are stressors that come with all that holiday joy. How we not only handle it, but plan for it can determine our success to keeping our glucose levels in check.

5 Easy Tips to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

5 Tips to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

When taking diabetes medications, you are advised to change your diet along with use of the drug. This brings me to my point that lifestyle changes should be the first line of defense against prediabetes and diabetes. The earlier everyone considers lifestyle changes as the ultimate alternative to diabetes treatment, the earlier we can slow and reverse the progression of this unnecessary disease.

Realize it will take commitment and belief that you can reverse type 2 diabetes naturally. It can reduce and even eliminate worrisome medication side effects.

Join the Largest Club in the U.S.

Who wants to belong to one of the largest clubs in the U.S. with nearly 115 million people? The love of food bringing people together.

As members, we pass each other in the halls at work. We could eye each other at a restaurant. We see each other at the pharmacy or in the waiting room at the doctor’s office. It doesn’t take much to tell who the members are.

STOP! Before Your Doctor Ruins Your Life With Insulin

I believe in taking the opportunity to naturally reverse type 2 diabetes. Once medicated and on insulin, you are not reversing the effects of diabetes. You are managing glucose levels, side effects of the disease and medication and the daunting reality that dosages will increase.

The problem with this protocol is you are not improving your health.

If you think it’s hard to adjust your lifestyle by making better food choices, building in some activity and getting good rest, living on insulin shots for the rest of your life will increase that difficulty.


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