A champion works consistently to stay healthy on purpose. The average person just rushes through each day reacting to whatever comes at them next. Nothing is noticed and not much ever changes until the Physical Plane struggles with some type of body issue or illness demanding attention, like being told the sweats and sleepless nights are prediabetes symptoms.
A diagnosis of prediabetes should be a wake-up call to change your diet and your lifestyle and regain your health before you get the diagnosis of full-blown diabetes and must take medication for the rest of your life.
The Pre-Diabetes Diet Plan, written by Hillary Wright, a registered, licensed dietitian who has spent a good part of her life helping clients find a way to change their diets and lifestyles.
The book is a no-nonsense plan you can follow if you need to reverse prediabetes and prevent a diagnosis of diabetes. You’ll learn tips about healthy eating that you may never have heard before – and why this diet is so important.
Wright explains in a simple way how the problem of insulin resistance is a precursor to full type 2 diabetes. When insulin resistance occurs, your blood sugar levels become elevated — but not to the point where it can be labeled as diabetes.
Fortunately, prediabetes can be reversed by diet and changes to your lifestyle.
Diabetes can’t be reversed, but you can successfully manage the disease through changes in lifestyle and diet.
That’s why it’s important that you decide NOW to cut your risk of diabetes by adhering to The Prediabetes Diet Plan. Nothing is left to chance in the book.
You’ll learn how to plan healthy meals, shop for groceries, which supplements help and how to exercise to get the best results.
You’ll learn how to balance your carb intake by managing your plate. You don’t have to completely do away with carbs – you just need to understand how to distribute them, so they don’t take a toll on your health.
There is a definite link between obesity and diabetes and Wright explains how that link occurs. You’ll also learn that the prediabetes diet plan helps to guard against heart disease – also a link to obesity and diabetes.
The Pre-Diabetes Diet Plan doesn’t just address recipes and body health. Mindset, your Mental Plane mastery, is also discussed because your motivation and determination are a big part of the eventual success you can experience on this diet. Your body believes what your mind tells it. Period.
If you have been following my blogs for a while NOW, you know how strongly I believe in following healthy guidelines for Physical Plane power. My earlier blogs have many vegetarian and vegan challenges to try. There are some sample recipes and a food journal to help you get started included in the book. As you cook and try the recipes, you’ll become more adept at creating your own recipes and learn how to substitute healthy ingredients for harmful ones.
There are hidden sugars in some of the foods you eat, and you need to learn which ones are the culprits when it comes to sneaking them into your diet.
At the end of The Pre-Diabetes Solution, you’ll be armed with what you need to begin a healthy and stimulating diet plan and that’s what I call LIVING IN THE NOW: THE SECRET TO MAKING EACH DAY YOUR BEST. I have several “days” in my self-help journal book where food suggestions are summarized for overall support at lifestyle changes. This book is targeted support for specific change.
Perhaps the best feature of this book is that it isn’t intimidating and difficult to understand. You don’t have to be a dietician or medical doctor to get the message that you should do everything you can to avoid a pre-diabetes diagnosis by changing your diet and your lifestyle. You always have the power to choose.
If it is hard to change, choose again and again and again. One NOW at a time!
I highly recommend this read.
Changes in NOW’s habits transform champions who see the goal and do what must happen, consistently, to get the results they want.
The NOW is all you have.
The NOW is all you need.
The NOW is all you get.
Take extraordinarily good care of yourself, Champion.