Being flexible in one part of your life can help in other parts of your life. blood sugar diabetes managment flexibility

I have made exercise part of my life for years and regular exercise, meaning a regular routine for the past 12 years. Along with that, I have...

How flexible can you be when you eat for better blood sugar control? diabetes managment food insulin

There are a number of ways to incorporate IF into your lifestyle. You can “fast” on weekends and eat normally during the week or...

Flexibility Is Key To Great Blood Sugar Management, and Your Life diabetes managment metabolism

What is metabolic flexibility? It is the ability of your body to switch from using blood sugar or glucose for fuel to burning stored fat for fuel....

Only You Can Save Yourself confidence diabetes managment self empowerment

I believed for a very long time that somebody needed to take care of me, that I could not take care of myself. The funny thing was that I had been...

Heart Health in Women is Different from Men. Here’s how. diabetes managment heart disease

Heart disease is very much like diabetes in that you feel pretty good until suddenly there’s a problem. In diabetes, you could be walking...

How does connecting with your heart help your health? diabetes managment heart heart disease mind

For years, I was disconnected energetically from my heart, basically from the neck down. That was because of fear which ran me for a long time....

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