Some of you may see that title and think, UGH.. yeah impossible! There are several facets of weight loss related to Diabetes that we'll talk more about today. Some people have unexplained weight loss with diabetes and others have experienced stubborn pounds clinging on for dear life not wanting to budge as hard as you … Continue reading Diabetes & Weight Loss
Well, I did it! As promised, I would update you all once I had a chance to try the recipe out for myself. I ended up cooking one chicken on the stove top and one in the crock-pot. I preheated the oven to 350*F First I ended up baking the birds because I was using … Continue reading Chicken Bone Broth: First Attempt
Biohacking sounds like a job the Terminator would do, but it's nothing that crazy or outlandish. It just refers to figuring out the numerous ways to be the best version of yourself. There are such a variety of ways to go about biohacking with fixing or correcting the course of how our body functions. Many … Continue reading The Buzz Around Biohacking
That is a question that a lot of people have when they are first getting diagnosed with Diabetes Mellitus Type 2. Now if you're someone with Type 1 Diabetes your pancreas isn't working hardly at all, so your body is dependent on insulin to counteract your rising blood sugars in your blood stream. For those … Continue reading Can You Cure Your Diabetes?
The first time I heard about bone broth was when I was watching a video that Dr. Axe posted about dietary recommendations for people who suffer from ADD. He recommended taking bone broth protein powder with a breakfast smoothie every morning. Then I started digging into what other benefits bone broth had and how it … Continue reading Bone Broth Benefits
After the ten years I've spent in corporate healthcare, within the modern medicine space, it left me thinking... "There has to be a better way!" I've seen thousands of patients come in and out of the doctors office with an array of ailments, the never ending prescriptions, and follow up appointments that keep spinning around … Continue reading There has to be a better way…
Coumadin is probably the oldest blood thinner medication that is prescribed to date. Blood thinners or anticoagulants are given to patients that have had blood clots like a pulmonary embolism (PE, blood clot in the lung) or deep vein thrombosis (DVT, blood clot in the lung). Others take Coumadin for a history of stroke, heart … Continue reading All Things Coumadin: INR Monitoring, Side Effects, & Dietary Recommendations
Oh the famous Avocado fad! I'm going to be honest with you, I'm usually the kind of person who will purposely shy away from jumping on a band wagon because everyone else is doing it. For instance "never have I ever" watched Twilight, played Candy Crush, or drank a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks. Weird, I … Continue reading It’s Just an Avocado, What’s the Big Deal?
Thought there were only probiotics to balance your gut health? Well, there's also prebiotics which are also very important. If you have a supplement that you currently take you'll want to see if both prebiotics and probiotics are included on the ingredient label. Otherwise, you'll want to check out the foods listed below. Why is … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Prebiotics & Probiotics?
This is a follow up post to the last one where we talked about foods to avoid to lower your blood sugars and A1c number. When it comes to lowering your A1c number, it can be very difficult for many people. Don't get discouraged though, I got you covered! If you haven't downloaded the items … Continue reading Diabetes Diet Recommendations: Foods to Eat & Shopping Tips