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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 class learn a variety of lifestyle behaviors to help manage diabetes. Certified diabetes educator Janet Howard-Ducsay will present and answer any questions during this interactive live session.
Jennifer Bryant
Diabetes > Diet and Nutrition
Recorded: Jun 08, 2016 at 09:00 pm EST
In this session you will learn the components for a healthy, nutritionally balanced meal to help you control your blood sugars. You will learn how to include a consistent amount of carbohydrates, adequate protein, and healthy fats. You will also see examples of what a Diabalanced Meal looks like. The session will end with some practical ways to apply the information.
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This presentation will shed light on how our mind/mental state/mindset can drive us to eating what causes us to develop diabetes (or lack of motivation to be active), how our mind affects everything in our body from pain, to metabolism, to weight gain/loss, and diseases like diabetes.
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Participants will improve diabetes self-management by reading and interpreting food labels. This class will help you solve the mystery of the food label when it comes to planning healthy meals for diabetes. Participants will be able to answer these questions at the end of the 30 minute talk How can I tell how much sugar and/or carbohydrate are in a product? What is a serving size? How does this food fit into my diabetes exchange meal plan or carbohydrate counting plan? How much sodium should I be eating? Are all fats bad? And more.....
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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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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
The participants will be exposed to Nutrition Fact Labels, the exchange food system, and the plate method. By learning about carbohydrate counting, participants will be able to control carbohydrate intake during their meals.
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Looking in the wrong place can cause you to make unnecessary or harmful diet changes, give up foods you don't need to, and waste money on special supplements and products. How do you know what information you can trust, whether online, from friends, or in the news? Join me to learn how to determine whether a source is credible, and get many ideas for where to turn for accurate nutrition information.
Are you struggling with managing your diabetes? Are you looking for a little extra help with choosing the right foods to manage blood sugar and reach or maintain a healthy weight? Meal planning is a great tool to build a more nutritious diet. Most quick and convenient foods lack the balance that our bodies need. Planning meals in advance will provide you with better options when hunger strikes, and will help you avoid missing meals or snacks. In this class, you will learn simple ways to plan meals in advance, as well as know how to build better meals and snacks for blood sugar management.
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Stoping diabetes-related frustration can be very challenging and annoying. It can become so overwhelming that it causes emotional distress; triggering unnecessary arguments, snappiness towards others, problems at work or home. During this class, we are going to look at the ways frustration impacts our lives as well as methods to reduce that impact. Diabetes-related frustration goes way beyond testing for blood sugar. It's surprising how many hidden triggers there are, and we are going to learn how to identify these triggers that cause your frustration and resolve them. Understanding the underlying causes of your frustration and initiating methods to deal with stressful triggers, can help reduce stress caused by diabetes, along with other Self-Care Behaviors. There will be a short question and answer period. I look forward to helping you reduce your frustrations. See you there!
After healing from 10 years of chronic illness, Amie Valpone healed herself and will share how she detoxed her body from sugar and processed foods. She will teach you How to Eat Clean and Create Flavor in a Sugar-Free Lifestyle.
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