The Diabetes Myth

Diabetes can be a scary diagnosis. For many, it comes out of nowhere and there is not a lot of information given on what you can proactively do. One thing is for sure. Diabetes is absolutely reversible. Yes it is. So if you take away anything in this article, know that you have the chance to come out of it. If someone you know is struggling with diabetes, then offer them some hope. You don’t have to be stuck with the fear and despair that can come with this health challenge. There is a way out. So how do you do it? There is a systematic way of building back your health. I am going to show you what is typically in the research and what we know works. So let’s jump right in. The most important step is to understand that 
takes time. Diabetes didn’t happen overnight. It takes time to beat this health challenge. The great news is that if you can lifestyle your way into a health challenge, then many times you can lifestyle your way out. 

1.You Must Be Consistent
Your daily habits are the key to your success. Decide that you want to beat this condition and it is amazing what the body can do. Make your daily routines and habits stick, even when you don’t FEEL like it. It is essential for empowering your health

2.Keep Blood Sugar Stabilized With Food
Poor food choices got you into diabetes, and the great news is that better food choices can get you out. Focus on the right combinations of protein, fats, and carbohydrates to keep everything in balance. The best pace is eating between 5-6 small meals per day. 

3.Eat Before Bed
Stop worrying about getting fat. One of the worst things you can do with blood sugar issues is go all night without food. That’s when blood sugar goes haywire. When do most doctors tell you to take insulin? Exactly…So like my anti-inflammatory diet says, start by eating a protein, like eggs or meat and some nuts or some fat like avocado or handful of nuts is a great way to provide a slow release of stabilization of blood sugar throughout the night. And when blood sugar is stable, you sleep better. 

4.Exercise Is A Must
This is not an option. You must move between 5-6 days per week if you are going to support healthy blood sugar levels. It doesn’t matter what you do for exercise, just do something for at least 20-40 minutes. Make it happen. Research has proven that blood sugar will stabilize. 

5.Remove The Emotional Stress
This one is the one no one is talking about. Just ask me.We can say fluffy things like sprinkle cinnamon on your meals and drink more water, but no one is talking about how to get rid of the emotional toxicity out of your life. It has been stated that 85% of most of our health challenges come from environmental toxicity and emotional toxicity. If there is drama in your life, it may well be the root cause of what is going on with diabetes. The body can only take so much stress before it breaks down.