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Pre-Diabetes, Prevention and You

I just read an article about how most doctors miss the opportunity to treat pre-diabetics. With the abundance of information available to people today about common health issues, and how doctors are forced into the insurance model of healthcare delivery, I don’t think all the blame should be put on the doorstep of the average […]




The Struggle is Real: How Akrasia Affects Our Decision-Making

Back in November, I wrote a bit about Type II and Type III (Alzheimer’s Disease) Diabetes, how these are largely preventable diseases and how some lifestyle changes can make a big difference in outcomes. This is really old news, as just about everyone dealing with high blood sugar knows about losing weight, exercising, avoiding high […]




Fight Diabetes with Education & Motivation

I’d like to talk about Type II and Type III diabetes. These are largely preventable with a little awareness and modest changes in behavior. Type I diabetes is otherwise known as Juvenile Onset Diabetes and is an autoimmune disorder that knocks out the body’s ability to make insulin in the pancreas. The treatment is diet […]