| Posted On Jul 05, 2022 | By:

How to Stop Diabetes

There are 96 million American adults – that is 1 in 3 – who have prediabetes. Prediabetes means you have a higher than normal blood sugar. Without making lifestyle changes, many people with prediabetes develop Type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when your blood glucose (also known as blood sugar) is too high. Blood glucose is the main source of energy from the food you eat. Insulin,

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| Posted On Nov 13, 2018 | By:

Back to Breakfast Basics

Many people avoid eating breakfast, explaining “I don’t have time in the morning” or “I want more sleep” or “I’m not hungry.” But did you know that eating breakfast may help you feel better, improve your mood and increase your energy? According the National Registry of Weight, among individuals that have lost 30lbs. and have kept it off for more than a year, 78% of them eat breakfast daily. Breakfast may help with weight loss by preventing you to overeat at other times of the day,

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| Posted On May 31, 2018 | By:

Mindful Eating

Do you ever eat at one sitting a whole bag of potato chips or a sleeve of Oreo cookies or a pint of ice cream? Do you frequently feel “Thanksgiving full” too often after eating? Do you feel guilt or shame after eating? Do you just eat more than you want to? Mindful eating may help you develop a healthier relationship with food.

Mindful eating is simply paying attention to the food you eat,

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