PROPER NUTRITION CAN HELP PREVENT OR MANAGE TYPE 2 DIABETES
Do you or someone you know suffer from diabetes? If not, are you worried about potentially getting diabetes? Well, you’re not alone. The statistics when it comes to Type 2 diabetes
are a little shocking. According to the CDC, 9.3% of the population is suffering from this disease. Over 21 million people in America have diabetes and another eight million are walking around undiagnosed and unaware that they even have Type 2 diabetes.
In this article, we discuss how certain foods affect your body when you have diabetes, and how proper nutrition can help you manage and even prevent Type 2 Diabetes.
Yet another extreme diet program attracting millions of people back into the dieting roller coaster. Read on for 10 reasons why you should not hop on this ride.
5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Fear Fat in Your Diet
There are very good reasons why certain types of fat should stay in your diet. Click here to discover why following a strict low fat diet isn't always best.
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This week Dr. Dan and Lee Labrada are discussing the topic of carbs.
The Ketogenic Diet restricts carbohydrate intake sufficiently to cause ketosis, which is a metabolic state where most of the body's energy supply comes from ketone bodies in the blood instead of glucose. This style of dieting gain popularity through it's ability to help some lose overall body fat.
Without taking enough calories and dietary protein, a low-carbohydrate diet could result in muscle loss, fatigue, mental confusion, and mood changes.
To learn all about how to benefit from carbs and tips from Lee and Dr. Dan about when low carb could be beneficial, click the link below.
" At the beginning of the competition I was emotionally, physically and mentally spent from dealing with everything I had dealt with in 2017. Around March I learned that my father’s health had taken a turn and not
for the better. My parents live in a totally different country from me so getting to them takes a little more planning. The anticipation of getting home and assessing my father’s health took me back to what I always used as comfort: food. Fast forward a few months and Houston was hit with Hurricane Harvey. Everything happened so fast with the hurricane that I didn’t even have a chance to really process how I felt. I was mandatorily evacuated from my apartment and not having family in Houston, I didn’t really know where I was going and how I was going to get there. I didn’t realize that I was just existing until someone sat me down and asked me how I was really doing, only then did it hit me that I was no longer myself, I needed to be renewed, I need to do better and feel better. Through this competition I’ve been able to find "me" again, deal with the life challenges without comforting myself with food, and I have been able to take each milestone
that I have achieved with stride and gratitude as opposed to gouging myself with food. I’ve learned to love me as I am and most importantly I’ve accepted that I can only ever work at being the best possible version of me and that does not happen overnight, it takes time and consistency."