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Health, Nutrition & Diabetes
Do you need SEO-optimized content that will give you the E-A-T (Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness) you need? I’m a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, and Board Certified Lactation Consultant. I deliver on time, every time, and I provide high quality content that keeps your readers engaged.
There is no perfect diet, and there is no specific set of foods that you are required to eat to help you manage diabetes. Anyone who tells you that they have a "miracle food" for diabetes is not being truthful. The body is resilient, and it can adapt to get its nutrients from various food sources.
She despised her body weight, and she disliked overweight in anyone else. The size of her body and everyone else’s was a continual topic of conversation. The message was mixed: Food is love, eat it up in large portions, but stay thin to be lovable.
Does it feel like you manage your diabetes, or like your diabetes handles you? So often, I find that clients with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes feel overwhelmed when it comes to their condition. This article will give you all the information you need about type 2 diabetes, from signs and symptoms to the best ways to get better blood sugars.
I didn’t drink coffee until I was about thirty five years old, when my youngest just wouldn’t sleep through the night and I was desperate for a pick-me-up first thing in the morning. Thankfully, those sleepless nights are over, but I developed a love for coffee during those early years. It may seem too good to be true that coffee can be good for you. So, is coffee a guilty pleasure or natural superfood?
You’ll be glad to know that there is science to support the idea that coffee is good for you, but as with most things, quality matters.
What's wrong with all this sitting? In short, it increases our risk of serious chronic disease. In particular, people who spend more time watching television have an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and death.
It seems lots of people are on low carb diets these days. Lots of other people are considering it. So, what's the deal with low carb diets from a dietitian's perspective?
When it comes to food & health, the overly responsible person will prioritize everyone else’s needs above her own, leaving no time to care for herself.
This is a question I’m asked all the time, by people with and without diabetes. Recently, a study was done to try to figure out the answer for the average person who does not have diabetes.
For much of my younger life, I made decisions based not on what I really wanted, but on what outcomes I feared least. I was afraid to be alone, so I married a man who was not a good match for me.
It’s the best time of year, at least in my opinion. Flowers are blooming, everything is turning green, and my spirits are lifting with the temperature. I hope you & yours are doing well!