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Eating with diabetes sounds so confusing: "Do I eat no carbs or low carbs? ...reduced-sugar or sugar free? Or is it better to just skip meals...even eat nothing!" Join me and discover how this complicated subject can be made very simple, with several tips from simple ways to count carbs, plus ideas to make meals easier to plan, prepare and enjoy!
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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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.
A diagnosis of diabetes does not have to mean banishment to cuisine hell. In fact you will find that the range of fresh, whole foods increases once you decide to change your eating habits. Join me, Delia Quigley, on an exploration of the bounty of delicious foods you can easily prepare. This session will include preparation tips, and a 5-Day menu plan with recipes that will help transition you to a healing whole foods diet.
In this 30min session learn how diet impacts the course of many chronic conditions including diabetes.
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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Susan Watson, RD Registered Dietitian & meal planning expert Susan used to cook on the fly and never meal plan ...until she had a family, and a busy private practice. After figuring out how to customize meal planning to her lifestyle, she now grocery shops 2x a month, and only cooks 3-days week! Susan is an expert in how to eat healthy while saving time and money! Topics: Learn how to organize your kitchen in a way that will prevent food cravings and encourage you to eat more nutritious foods. Learn how to stock up your kitchen with ingredients that will make healthy meals and snacks simple to prepare. Learn how to use meal prep to eat better without spending a whole day cooking food in advance. See real life examples of what Susan does every day in the kitchen to stay on track! Get a free copy of her "Cook-Ahead" meal planning guide Get a chance to ask questions during our live Q&A session.
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- Are you a woman living with type 2 diabetes? - Have you been told that you have borderline diabetes? - Do you have a family history of type 2 diabetes? - Are you concerned that you are at risk of developing diabetes? - Are you suffering from information overload or don't quite know where to legitimate information on type 2 diabetes? If you answered YES to any one of these questions, then you must attend this telesummit on "Type 2 Diabetes- Examining the facts and myths" hosted by Dr. Eno Nsima-Obot on June 6 2016 at 5.30 PM CST on Currently there are over 29 million people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the United States. What is even more concerning is that there are additional 86 million Americans diagnosed with borderline diabetes. And what is even more scary is that most of these people do not have a clue that they are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes! Dr. Eno Nsima-Obot is a board certified internal medicine physician with over 20 years of experience in health and wellness. She is also a professional life coach and an author of a book for people living with diabetes, in which she teaches them how to be empowered in their diabetes care. In this informative 30-minute teleseminar Dr. Eno will be covering some facts and dispelling some of the common myths about type 2 diabetes such as: o The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes o Whether all people with diabetes will have complications o Whether a family history means you will have diabetes o The difference between borderline diabetes and full blown diabetes o Can type 2 diabetes really be reversed She will also be sharing the single most important strategy you can take to cut down your risk of developing type 2 diabetes!! Get the information you need, and become pro-active in your health and wellness. Reserve your spot TODAY!
Is your diet as optimal as it can be? Are your daily habits good for you in the long run? Do you feel like can never achieve the goals you set for yourself and that maybe you and your own mind might be getting in the way? In this session, Learn from Laura Lewis, BS, C.Ht, creator of The HypNutrition approach, teaches you how to take back control of your life by using optimal nutritional strategies, conscious LifeFit choices and powerful creative visualization techniques.
In this presentation, Ashleigh will discuss the key causes of obesity and diabetes, along with simple and effective training and nutrition strategies you can implement immediately.
Loser of 100lbs and former Type 2 diabetic Theresa Fowler, author of Feel Like Sh*t? How to Stop BEING Fat, shares her story and the three simple steps you need to follow in order to beat diabetes for good.
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