You can Have a Sweet Life - even with Diabetes!
A few years ago, I changed my tag line to Your One Sweet Life because I wanted to create a sweet life for myself and I wanted to teach you to do the same. As I started to share my vision with others one of the concerns was that my new tag line would leave my diabetes patients feeling slighted. They would feel upset that I was talking about the sweet life when they weren’t able to eat sweets.
But Diabetes is about so much more than just eating sweets. Continuing with the theme of Gratitude for Your Sweet Life I want to talk about diabetes and gratitude. How are they related?
People that have gratitude sleep longer and feel more refreshed which combats the insulin resistance created by lack of sleep. People with gratitude exercise more and take better care of their health.
Gratitude for Your Sweet Life can happen even if you are living with a diagnosis of diabetes. Diabetes is a disease of metabolism and hormonal imbalance. Impaired insulin response or insulin resistance is a condition in which the body is able to produce insulin but the body doesn’t utilize it properly.
This month, November is dedicated to diabetes awareness. I focus my education on how to use lifestyle, nutrition, exercise, sleep and stress management to change the course of your diabetes for the better. Over the years I have mentored hundreds of people, helping reverse their diabetes and pre-diabetes back to normal. It comes from using a systemic and holistic approach to diabetes instead of just using medications to mask the symptoms.
If you want to learn the truth about how to treat the real cause of diabetes then sign up for my upcoming seminar on Stress Hormones and Health. Call the office to sign up for the free dinner seminar this month, November 28th. The seminar is free but you must call to reserve your spot, 202-681-0705. If you cannot RSVP by email just talk to a member of the staff to confirm your seat and your dinner reservation.
To Your One Sweet Life,
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