let me thank you in becoming a member...
If you keep in mind
my story and the report
that I've written with
regard to the Health Care Industry, one of the purposes of this membership site is to share with you
my understanding of how the body reacts inside after we
eat and, also, why it's important to exercise.
using this knowledge, I became FREE
from insulin shots,
prescription pills, and
obesity. It worked
and is still working for me. (Please understand, I am
not giving any medical advice or exposing some kind of
secret starvation diet, nor am I suggesting that doctors or other health care
providers are useless.)
simple truth is that although we have to factor in not only what
and how much we eat and have some kind of exercise
routine, but we need to understand that our genes play a major and
determining factor as well, whether we are well or not.
can't rewrite our genetic code, but we can change
its outcome. In other words, if I knew that at birth I was predisposed to diabetes...I
changed my gene's expressions simply by not eating the
foods over the years that caused me to get Type 2 Diabetes.
that is what I am doing now to control my diabetes. So,
maybe, in a sense, I'm not diabetes free at all. I just
figured out how to control it by eating correctly, rather than
controlling it with insulin injections and prescription
is the challenge we all face every time we eat: what can we eat and how
should we exercise to become or stay healthy?
my personal experience, I
think exercising is the least hardest of the two. For me,
exercise is a simple thirty minute walk every day; and, now I've
added (daily) some dumbbell curls and wall push-ups for upper body
the hard part is eating properly. Not just knowing what
is good for you, but staying motivated every time you
I did first was to accept the fact that
my diabetes was self-inflicted, whether my fault or not. I fell victim to obesity, insulin shots, and prescription
pills. I knew soon to follow, it would have been kidney dialysis,
amputations, blindness, and no teeth; and eventually a pre-mature death.
I had to figure out a way to stay motivated over the long
haul; in other words to keep eating right and exercising
every day. Since the daily temptations to eating
unhealthy foods are so overwhelming, I
started educating myself on what
actually happens inside the body when I eat.
I finally got a handle on how foods reacted inside my
body and the consequences from them...I began looking at
the different types of food, knowing what to eat or not
is good and bad every time I eat now comes first, and overrides any pleasurable experiences it might
have. (It definitely works!)
sure you've heard the saying: "eat to live,
not live to eat."
Well, now that I
have a new way of looking at foods...I truly and
can honestly say I do eat
The great part
about this is, and I thought it would never
happen, I'm addicted
to eating properly. It might be psychological, but since
I don't take shots or pills, I feel better, and I have lost a lot
of weight...I am inclined to believe it is really that my body
has relearned how to eat.
have the real fear
(motivation) of not going
back to eating wrong, which would make me, once again, a slave to diabetic medicine.
I refuse to let
up and eat for pleasure.
I want to cheat at times? Absolutely. However, I have also
learned to even balance my unfavorable foods and deserts when I eat
them. (You will learn this in time.)
membership site is constantly changing with new research and
I hope you not only walk with me on the journey of
wellness...but interact with me along the way.