Many of my clients come to me after their Doctor has diagnosed them with PreDiabetes and has recommended that they lose weight, establish healthy eating habits, and be more physically active in order to prevent the onset of full-blown diabetes 2. Easier said than done! How do you do that when you feel have tried everything, but nothing seems to work?
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Lifestyle changes can be daunting
Chances are you have tried many times to lose weight but the pounds always creep back up. You have tried to eat healthy, but cravings, emotional eating, a crazy schedule, or picky eaters at home got in your way. You most likely signed up at the gym but can't seem to find the time to workout and classes feel like torture. Let me tell you, I know how it feels!
We often have an idea of what we need to do, but that doesn't always translate into our every day life. Plus, the information out there is so confusing! Where should we start? Isn't it just our fate to have diabetes anyway? It runs in the family, so is it really worth it making all those efforts?
Yes! PreDiabetes is reversible!
There are 2 ways to look at PreDiabetes. We can see it as the last stage before diabetes, get scared, depressed, and feel powerless. Or we can see it as a chance to finally make those necessary lifestyle changes and enjoy all the benefits that come with healthier habits: weight loss, more energy, less pain, less stress, better sleep... and a much healthier relationship with our own body and with our feelings and emotions. Those "side effects" of lifestyle changes are just a few examples. There are many more!
The thing is, 80% of diabetes 2 could be prevented with lifestyle changes according to the CDC. But that's not all! 80% of cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, and 40% of cancer could also be avoided if we were to eliminate risk factors such as poor eating habits or lack of physical activity. So when you embark on a PreDiabetes Reversal journey, you don't just aim at controlling blood sugar and reversing insulin resistance. You are doing much more for your health and will usually see your blood pressure go down, your cholesterol improve, back and knee pain disappear... and the list goes on an on.
Preventing Diabetes Doesn't Have To Be Complicated
Where to start? What to do? And how to make your journey enjoyable and sustainable? This is where I can help!
Using evidence-based disease-prevention strategies that address physical activity, nutrition, and lifestyle behavior change together, we will design together an effective action plan that takes your individual needs and preferences into consideration. I will provide actionable tips and nutrition information to help you make healthful nutrition choices without counting calories, macros, or giving up the foods you love. We will also focus our attention on physical activity, stress management, sleep, and make sure that you find a balance in your new lifestyle so that living healthily becomes second nature and fun.
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