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Doing a Happy Dance as my doctor took "pre-diabetic" off my chart yesterday. One year ago she put me on the pre-diabetic status because my average blood glucose indicator just went over the "normal" range. Well, it was good to detect it early because diabetes runs in my mother's side of the family so the chances I might get it is doubled compared with those who don't have it in their family medical history. Fortunately, I have always been eating right based on my blood type and genetic attributes so I have been leveraging the power of epigenetic to turn off the "problematic genes."
"The session was eye-opening and incredibly helpful! I feel relieved and more relaxed now knowing that it doesn't actually take so much effort to shrink my waistline. If you’ve been trying to figure out how to lose your stubborn weight or belly fat, just jump in and give this process a try. You’ll be glad you did!"
Here is another way to compose a typical burger/meat pattie dish. Instead of using wheat buns, which really should be avoided by all, you can skip the bread and use rice instead (OK for all types). And instead of serving the rice on the side, I fried the rice with all beneficial veggies, which I grew, and lay it out around the burger. This dish was gobbled up with nothing left on the plate ;-)
Do you get bored of cooking the same thing over and over? Well, sometimes, all you need to do to "change the scene" is to try a different way to compose your dish.
Coaching midlife women has become my calling since I hit midlife "pre-maturely" - with all sorts of "malfunctions" in my body caused by overuse and being over-stressed. It didn't help either that my menopause started early (due to a surgery). If you are a midlife woman, a life-long perfectionist and overachiever, it is not uncommon to find yourself burnt out many times over. Having experienced the negative impacts of extreme stress in my life, I can now share my experience and help my fellow midlife ladies to custom-design a plan for self-care, so that they can achieve brilliant health and regain their energy and zest for life.
A new study published in "Menopause," the journal of The North American Menopause Society, finds that women who danced three times a week changed their body composition and metabolic health all while bolstering their self-esteem.
“It's a funny thing about life, once you begin to take note of the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things that you lack.”
Do your clothes from before the pandemic not fit you anymore? Feeling uncomfortable with the midlife pouch?
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