Breakfast was one boiled egg and non-diary cappuccino (blended coffee/almond milk/coconut oil). I'm 30 mins late taking this bc of an errand and it's still near 100. Lots of veg and a serving of chicken will be lunch. No fruits or grains today. The crazy thing is that my body is so used to the higher numbers that I start to feel uncomfortable at the normal (70-90 ideal) levels. I know that's what was happening to me yesterday. It makes me feel crazy hungry and desperate. It certainly Stokes my anxiety. There's nothing wrong with me except that my body is trying to regulate. I have to learn how to fight those feelings. #28dayjumpstart#diabetesprevention#pcosfighter#fitgirlsguide#fitgirlsdontquit#workyourquirk
Awesome day at Kurnangki Community delivering Holistic Nutrition workshop focusing on diabetes prevention 👍🏼🥑🥕🍆🍳 Thanks Adam the gun chef at Marra Worra Worra for the delicious rainbow salad we had for lunch after😋🍴
I love this because this information is crucial. What we feed our bodies really does matter and we choose to bring healing and wellness from each decision. Small changes can bring big results in your health. Don't wait until sickness happens...start today!
Gluten-free diets are all the rage, but shunning gluten may offer no benefit to overall health for most people, a new analysis suggests.
A major study by Harvard University suggests that ingesting only small amounts, or avoiding it altogether, increases the danger of diabetes by as much as 13 per cent.
The researchers behind the study have suggested that people who are limiting their gluten intake who are not coeliacs should think again, and pointed out that there is no evidence that going gluten-free has any health benefits. "People without Celiac disease may reconsider limiting their gluten intake for chronic disease prevention, especially for diabetes" Dr. Geng Zong, Harvard University
In the study, the researchers looked at surveys conducted every two to four years in which nearly 200,000 people reported what they ate. The researchers estimated the participants’ gluten intake based on this information, and then looked at which participants went on to develop Type 2 Diabetes over the 30-year study period.By the end of the study, nearly 16,000 particIpants had developed Type 2 diabetes.
These findings suggest that there might be a link between gluten consumption and risk of diabetes, the researchers said. However, it is not clear why the people who ate more gluten were less likely to be diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes than those who ate less gluten, the researchers said.
Kids who get too much screen time may be more likely to have risk factors that increase their chances of type 2 diabetes, new research says.
Watching television, playing video games or sitting in front of a computer or other device for more than three hours each day was linked to more body fat and insulin resistance. Those factors mean the body is less able to keep blood sugar levels under control, the British researchers said.
They said limiting children's screen time could be necessary to prevent health issues later on. "Our findings suggest that reducing screen time may be beneficial in reducing type 2 diabetes risk factors, in both boys and girls and in different ethnic groups from an early age," wrote the study authors, led by Claire Nightingale, from St. George's University of London. *Source from Endocrine Daily Briefing
*Image by Gary Varvel
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Functional Fueling Nutrition founder, @loathena presented at the Live Well Diabetes Bureau today- addressing how what you eat, what you do, and what you think can be more powerful than medicine in managing your blood sugar. #FuelMoreFunctionally#DiabetesNutrition
International Womens Day Continued...My AUNTIE! The first one to go to college in our family...she was determined to break the cycle. PHD, MBA, and recently received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from the Honorable Barbara Lee 13th Congressional District of California for her work in Diabetes Education ❤❤ #myrolemodel#internationalwomensday#womenleaders#diabetes#diabetesprevention