Sugar: The Everyday Toxin
Sugar is the everyday toxin. While we are constantly bombarded with messaging that sugar is bad for us, the reality is more severe. The truth is that sugar is likely the number one toxin human beings we consume. Sugar is a carbohydrate that the body uses as fuel to make energy in our cells. All ... Read more
Metabolic Disease and Autoimmunity
Are you one of thousands of women who suffer with unexplained muscle or joint soreness, fatigue, headaches, digestive issues, or skin problems? While you may brush off these seemingly minor symptoms as normal, they could be indicators of a bigger underlying problem. In fact, over 50 million Americans—mostly women—suffer from various types of autoimmune disorders. ... Read more
Herbs for Type 1 Diabetes: Do they help?
Type 1 diabetes is a difficult to control autoimmune metabolic disease with long-term adverse cardiovascular effects. Almost all people with type 1 diabetes will depend on insulin for life. Other non-insulin, anti-diabetic medicines such as metformin, sulfonyureas, and thiazolindinediones are optional add-on therapies. However the benefits are minimal, if any. On the other hand, some ... Read more
7 Step Guide to Making Decisions
Do you feel overwhelmed by the constant pressure to look right, act right, and be perfect? Instead of trusting everyone else’s opinion, this guide will teach you 7 steps to make decisions that honor your inner voice, optimize health, and serve your higher purpose. This guide will teach you how to cut through the confusion and decide.
Signs of Low Blood Sugar and How to Treat It
Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar occurs when blood sugar drops, sometimes to dangerously low levels. Low blood sugar can happen in people with or without diabetes, but people on blood sugar lowering medicines are at the highest risk. Medicines that lower blood sugar and carry a risk for hypoglycemia include insulin, sulfonyureas, and thiazolindindiones (TZDs). ... Read more