Sunday, January 22, 2012

10 Things I wish Paula Deen Knew...

Paula, Paula, Paula...
I've been entertained by you many times, and even had the privilege of seeing you in person when you hi-jacked Giada's cooking demo during the NY food and wine festival two years ago. So I don't want to lecture you, because it's like your good friend Oprah always says "when ya know better, ya do better!"
So instead, I'm going to tell you what I wish you knew, because let's face it-- your platform is a whole lot bigger than mine, and if I had the ability to tell America how they can not only prevent but REVERSE type 2 diabetes in 30 days, I would! But for today, I will reach out to the 25 people who will actually read this, and urge them to pass this on to anyone who might benefit.

*If you or someone you know is living with Type 2 Diabetes, please contact me for more information regarding these guidelines.

How to reverse diabetes in 30 days

1 - Drink lots of purified water - the only true way to detoxify your body
2 - Eat a protein, good fat, and fiber at every meal - Think: beans*, dark leafy greens, and avocado. *beans are the champion of protein
3 - Increase intake of WILD CAUGHT (NOT farm raised) fish rich in Omega 3 such as salmon, tuna, and halibut - Fish is also a great source of protein
4 - Eliminate processed foods from the diet
5 - Keep stress at a minimum
6 - Exercise everyday - *we burn more fat in the morning before we eat since we aren't utilizing energy to burn off sugar
7 - Get a good night's rest - 7-8 hours every night.
8 - Avoid artificial sweeteners - they are toxic foreign substances - use stevia instead as it will not effect your glucose levels
9 - Stay away from grains - even whole grains will convert to sugar
10 - Eat lots of dark leafy greens!


Disclaimer:

I am a Certified Holistic Health Coach. This information should not be taken as prescriptive advice. Information I share here has been found through my own experiences, research, and discussions with nutritionists and other holistic health-care practitioners. Any changes in your diet should be discussed with your medical doctor.

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