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Join Dr. Joshua Hedman, ultra-marathoner and Ironman triathlete with Type 1 diabetes, in the live session on how intense and extended exercise need not be off-limits for people with diabetes.
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In this 30 min session, Dr. Philipson, Director of the Kovler Diabetes Center, at U of Chicago Medicine, will talk about the different types of diabetes and what are the implications of genetics on diabetes. Additionally, why this is important to people who have diabetes. Dr. Philipson will present then take live questions from the audience.
Many people have issues with insulin sensitivity and insulin levels but follow a diet low in simple sugars and exercise regularly. The goal of this class will be to cover some often over-looked factors that interfere with blood sugar, insulin, and insulin receptors. These range from gut pathogens to endocrine-disrupting chemicals. We will discuss action steps to begin addressing these imbalances.
In this class I will list and explain the best superfoods that will help manage diabetes and blood sugar as well as explain the many other health benefits of these foods. I will also be discussing the importance of regular exercise in helping to prevent and manage diabetes and what kind of exercises get the best results.
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Living with diabetes can be very frustrating at times. Low and high blood sugars can get in the way of everything from taking a test at school to having sex. Understanding what the underlying causes of these frustrations are, can help reduce or possibly even prevent Diabetes Burnout. While the actual events you're frustrated about are part of the equation, how we think about our diabetes plays a much larger role. During this seminar, we are going to go over the causes and symptoms of Diabetes Burnout. We are going to look at contributing factors of diabetes burnout: Perception of diabetes, Value placed on Diabetes Self-Management, Perspective on Blood Glucose. Self-Care behaviors that can be used to reduce burnout will be discussed as well. There will be a short question and answer period as well. I look forward to helping you reduce diabetes burnout. See you there!
Want to take back more control from your illness and live a more relaxed, balanced and fulfilling life? This FREE introductory class explains how learning meditation and mindfulness skills will help you live better with chronic illness. Includes a brief mindful eating meditation.
In this session, I'll share the tips and tricks I used to transition from a Standard American Diet to plant-based living. This information will help anyone fight disease and cultivate wellness through a new way of eating.
In this class we will review the new standards of care for patients with diabetes that are published annually by the American Diabetes Association.
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Today's society has become obsessed with finding the "perfect" diet. Yet overweight, obesity, diabetes and heart disease are at an all time high. The disconnect lies in the hidden patterns and behaviors that negatively impact our ability to be fully aware of our food choices. "Uncovering" and changing these hidden patterns and behaviors along with practical common sense nutrition is really all it takes to connect the dots between knowing what to eat and actually doing it. This session will teach you the necessary mindset shifts that must occur for real change as well as simple strategies to balance your meals without cutting out your favorite foods.
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Ellen Barrett M.Ed, CHHC
Diabetes > Exercise
Recorded: Jun 09, 2016 at 07:30 pm EDT
There's something you can do right here, right now, that can deter illness and extend life. It's exercise, yet it rarely gets attention in medical schools, and is often an after thought in most patient-doctor dialogues. In this 30minute talk, you'll learn the secrets to making exercise feel good, and how to turn movement into a joyful part of your daily life.
Medication and insulin is not the only option to help manage Type 2 diabetes. Most people don't realize how powerful and necessary exercise is for keeping one's blood sugar in balance. In this talk, you will learn the physiology of exercise and how it is one of the best (and most natural) modalities for blood sugar control.
Are you "a diabetic"? Do you walk around every day wearing this unenviable badge? Well, there is more to this disease than you think and you have much more control than you think. In 1980, the global diabetic population was less than 50 million, now it is close to 300 million. In my brief webinar, you will learn these 5 things: 1. What is causing the increase in Diabetes 2. Why did you become diabetic 3. What can you do to cure your diabetes 4. Why does your blood sugar spike in the morning 5. What is there besides diet and exercise
 
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