Monthly Archives: April 2015

~ Intermittent Fasting helps in Reversing Diabetes type 2 naturally!

Originally posted on GLOBAL INDIAN BLOG:
New research claims that Intermittent Fasting (like in Hindu Religious practices but eating raw vegetables/fruits?) and diet management helps in Reversing Type 2 Diabetes naturally! Doctor Jason Fung from Canada here is explaining how…

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I Love Podcasts

The first day of return to work went well although I am not too excited about sitting in one place for 9 hours. I had a routine of running up and down 3 flights of stairs that I will have … Continue reading

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Watching the News Makes Angry

Today marks my first day back to work in almost 9 weeks and I was up early and hitting the treadmill. In doing so I did something that I haven’t done in a long time. I watched early morning news. … Continue reading

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One hundred years young: Frank Booth’s vision for a healthier America

Originally posted on Unearthed:
By Rachel Zamzow Frank Booth, 71, takes a break from running on the treadmill in his office. Inspired by his research on the effects of exercise, Booth runs several miles each day. Photo by Rachel Zamzow.…

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Pre-Diabetes: “The Lie That Is Killing Us”

Great Post Kelley

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Consistency is the Key to Success

With a day of rest yesterday my blood sugar is up just slightly this morning but not enough to set off any alarms. I feel well rested and am ready to return to my workout routine this morning. I am … Continue reading

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OBESITY: The Physical, Emotional and Financial Costs

Originally posted on All About Healthy Choices:
This is a difficult subject to write about because it involves subject areas that are politically sensitive. I will attempt to convey this sensitive material factually while attempting to be respectful.  This is…

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Soup and Salad

It has been a very positive week overall. I have my glucose numbers in the mid 80’s, I finally got notice that I will be going back to work next week and I have confirmed that the most recent changes … Continue reading

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Awesome, Over 1000 Followers

When I started writing this blog my only intentions were to create a daily log. A way to be accountable to my mission of living a simple life and fighting Type II Diabetes. Here I am now just over a … Continue reading

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Besides a River Bank

I received a phone call yesterday from the Security company I work for letting me know that the State of Oregon finally completed and mailed out my license. Woo Hoo! It has been literally months since I have worked and … Continue reading

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