As promised in the last newsletter, I am delivering more information on lifestyle changes, specifically "smart" lifestyle changes. Here is some information that might make dieting and losing weight a little easier, and might give you the gift of a better quality of life.
We hear a lot about diabetes lifestyle changes. But what exactly does that mean? Lifestyle changes or medications? How can it be made easier? We'll uncover a lesser-known diabetes condition that may be undermining weight loss attempts.
When you have type 2 diabetes, it can sometimes feel like you have taken a pill that causes carbohydrate and sugar cravings, along with fatigue. It can also feel like no matter how much you diet or exercise, the weight won't come off like you expect it to. Is this all in your mind, or are there real hormonal signals and dysfunction posing a challenge?
Our days are full of little choices that can make a big difference. Over time those decisions can add up with either positive or negative results. What choice should you make when asked if you want corn or flour?