Thriving with Diabetes

You can thrive despite having diabetes. It’s natural to feel that the diagnosis of diabetes is a real curse. If your diagnosis is new, it’s alright to give yourself time to grieve and process. But don’t stay in that space too long. In the case of diabetes, these lessons include adopting the healthy lifestyle factors that our bodies need. You know, all the stuff you heard before you were diagnosed: eating well, sleeping, managing stress, exercising.

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Incredible Health Benefits of Cranberries

Pilgrims called them “Craneberries” because of the resemblence of Sandhill cranes in their blossoms. Most folks now call them “Cranberries”. They grow on vines, not in water. They lay in bogs, which are impermeable beds layered with sand, peat, gravel, and clay. Native Americans used cranberries for food, dyes and medicine as early as the 1550’s (or earlier?). European settlers adopted the Native American uses of the fruit and experimented with new uses.

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Little Miss Vitamin K

Meet Miss K. She is a mysterious nutrient that hides in fermented foods, dark leafy greens, herbs, and a bunch of other veggies. Until now, she’s an under-stated critical nutrient who’s moving into the spotlight. Be the first to know about her magic in bone health, heart health, gut health, brain health and disease prevention. If vitamins and minerals were gender-specific, my brain insists Vitamin K is a female, AND she has a dynamic twin.

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#2: Seven Things You Didn’t Know About Watermelon

You could be enjoying watermelon SO MUCH MORE than you probably do with it’s delightful versatility. Let me share with you what I’ve discovered about the very special ways that watermelon loves you! Read the transcript here Reasons to love watermelon (in addition to it being delicious!): May help lower your risk of colorectal cancer; When consumed with other foods high

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Quinoa, Chard, Cranberry Squash – Anti-Cancer Foods

When my girlfriend Chelle was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer, I decided that NOW is the time to share the power of lifestyle with all of you. Give your body every advantage by adopting the natural patterns of eating, physical movement, and enjoyable living that evolved with us.   Every time I learn of a friend, a colleague, or another patient who has cancer, it feels like a tragic, personal assault. This disease impacts friends, families, and communities.   I feel saddened and offended at cancer’s senseless attack on beautiful life energy. I want to kick the crap out

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