Eating unhealthy coupled with a sedentary lifestyle exposes you to numerous health risks like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Diabetes is a condition where you have too much sugar in your blood and your body is having difficulty converting the sugar into energy.
Note: This email is supposed to send after taking the pre-diabetes quiz. If you have not already taken the quiz, please take the 60-second quiz HERE to see if you are at risk of developing diabetes. Pre-diabetes is a medical state where your body’s blood glucose levels are higher than normal, but just under that of a full-blown type 2 … Read More
I have helped thousands of individuals improve their health, reverse diabetes, lose weight, overcome self-limiting beliefs and ultimately take their lives to the next level. From the last 35 years, I’ve observed many factors that help people succeed in making these positive changes. However, I have found only one factor that is more important than any of the others for … Read More
Obesity is the single biggest predictor of type 2 diabetes. In fact, a study from Diabetes UK found that obese individuals are 80 times more likely to develop diabetes than those with a regular body mass index. Diabetes can increase your risk of serious illness including heart disease, stroke, blindness, and even amputations of limbs. In fact, it is estimated … Read More
Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes? Maybe you have taken a quiz like MyDiabetesQuiz.com which indicates you are high-risk of becoming diabetic. If so, you are not alone. In fact, in the US alone there are 100 million adults now living with diabetes or prediabetes, according to a new report from the CDC. The … Read More
1 in 3 American Adults has Pre-Diabetes. Do You? 1 in 3! That is a staggering number. If you do not have it, chances are one of your family members does. Even more shocking is that 90% of those with pre-diabetes do not know they have it. Having pre-diabetes also significantly increases your likelihood of serious illness if it’s left … Read More
Many of us remember the good ol’ days when a hundred dollars filled two grocery carts with food for three weeks for a family of seven. We also remember the excitement of discovering new food items as product offerings grew from, e.g. a few basic breakfast cereals to a plethora of hot and cold flavors; classic recipe ingredients to pre-made, … Read More