I am not a 'writer', but I do love to teach and this a fantastic forum for that, I will talk about what I know and sometimes challenge conventional thinking on a variety of subjects but I will never be intentionally disrespectful.
Having said that though, I might ruffle the odd feather sometimes.
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I love cooking, and this is a recipe that came out of what I had in my fridge on the day. I have been asked to share this recipe with friends many times, it is such a healthy homemade meal that can tick every dietary restrictions box, just leave out the bits that don’t work for you and it will still taste good.
It is hard to believe it has been a year since I last wrote about my journey ‘finding the cure for type 2 diabetes’ There have been significant ups and downs along the way, but at the moment I’m not been taking meds and my glucose reads are now 70% in the pre-diabetic ratio. Good result, but a journey that held a fair amount of frustrations, I’ve had to be absolutely honest with myself and committed, there were no half measures.
After a decade of not finding a solution towards beating diabetes, I can now say I see a light at the end of the tunnel.
The start of my cure was finding Debbie, a Functional Medicine Practitioner, who had the key to finding the right answers.
With respect, I was trying to follow the recommendations and suggestions from my Doctor to understand and treat my condition, so off to class, I went.
I was coming from a frustrating place of not feeling well, headaches were constant, eyesight was going, weight gain forever increasing, and my energy was nonexistent. I did my research and the tests confirmed my suspicions.
The stuff you need to know before you go for the cure...
Diabetes Type 2, where do I begin? At the beginning? Not sure what the answer is but a decade later I still found myself heading on a downward spiral, until...
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