Sugar is NOT a Treat – Dr. Jody Stanislaw
Sugar is hiding everywhere in today’s widely-accepted diet, but meanwhile its devastating effects are creating more deaths than automobile accidents. In this eye-opening talk, Dr. Jody Stanislaw, a Naturopathic Doctor who has been studying the negative effects of sugar since being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 7, dives into how the widespread negative effects of sugar are effecting us all, and what you can do about it.
Dr. Jody Stanislaw received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in 2007. She is a Certified Diabetes Educator, Type 1 Diabetes Specialist, and a founding board member of the Low Carb Diabetes Association. Having lived with Type 1 Diabetes since the age of seven, she has dedicated her career to helping others with Type 1.
From her 30+ years of experience, she teaches life-changing information about how to successfully manage Type 1 that most physicians have never learned, and the millions struggling with Type 1 desperately need to know.
Patients from over thirty states and ten countries have worked with her via her virtual practice. Yet there are millions around the world still struggling. To tackle this gap, she will soon be launching the first-ever, Type 1 diabetes virtual training course, with the goal of improving the lives of millions of Type 1’s around the world.
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Type 2 Diabetes – Increased Hunger Is A Symptom of Diabetes Also
Not only are thirst and frequent urination symptoms of Type 2 diabetes, but so is increased hunger. As you can likely imagine, the latter is a more difficult symptom to understand. That said, frequent bathroom trips and dehydration are not the only apparent signs of diabetes: blurred vision, tingling in the extremities, and fatigue are other indicators of chronically elevated blood sugar. Most people are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes years after its original inception: this can be as long as fifteen years.
Type 2 Diabetes – Having Diabetes Raises the Risk of Developing Brain Atrophy and Dementia
It is widely known having Type 2 diabetes raises the risk of having or developing brain atrophy and dementia. Scientists at Fuzhou General Hospital and several other research institutions in Fujian and Jiangsu, China, took a closer look at the brain to determine which structures were smaller or shaped differently in people with the condition.
Type 2 Diabetes – Ditching Poor Lifestyle Habits to Improve Your Health
Despite our many differences, most of us share one thing in common: we are guilty of poor habits that affect our health. It is no exaggeration to say these tendencies are often to blame for common health complications. Obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and hypertension are just a few of the issues affecting society on a large-scale and can be traced back to poor lifestyle habits. Whether you are at risk of developing a disease or not, it pays to reflect on your current practices.
Type 2 Diabetes – Vitamin D Deficiency Is High Among People With Diabetes
Several studies have found people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes frequently have inadequate levels of vitamin D. The latest study, reported in the online journal PLOS ONE in April of 2017, was completed by investigators at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana. A total of 118 Type 2 diabetics were included in the study. Their blood level of vitamin D was compared with blood from a group of healthy participants
Type 2 Diabetes – Reversing Diabetes Without Medications
What many people do not understand is Type 2 diabetes is a predictable disease. It does not simply afflict anyone. It does not operate on misfortune or coincidence. Rather, it is a series of factors predisposing someone to the disease, making the individual vulnerable to its onset. If you are a Type 2 diabetic, there is no reason to fret. This form of diabetes can be reversed but just as it developed with purpose; it must be reversed with good reason.