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Category: Prediabetes & Type 2

Prediabetes & Type 2
Theresa Garnero

What Do You Know About This 99-Year-Old Hormone?

It was a mere 99 years ago… The discovery of insulin! You can’t live without it. And if you’re lucky, your pancreas is still cranking out enough of the insulin hormone to keep your blood sugars in an ideal range. But for many people with diabetes, taking insulin is the

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Healthy Eating
Theresa Garnero

Why You Crave Sugar & What You Can Do?

Why You Crave Sugar & What You Can Do? Do you have a sweet tooth? Or teeth? And why is that? Most of us have food cravings and often they tend to be for items loaded with sugar or starch. Some research points to the desire to FEEL BETTER. Honestly,

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Prediabetes & Type 2
Theresa Garnero

Does Metformin Cause Cancer?

When this initially hit the newswire back in December 2019, I was skeptical. This is for several reasons, notwithstanding the FDA saying it didn’t contain dangerous amounts of the same chemical found in Zantac, a drug used for heartburn (which led to Zantac being discontinued). This chemical is called NDMA

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Prediabetes & Type 2
Theresa Garnero

Surviving The Covid (Belly) Spread

Have you noticed your jeans getting tighter? Well it’s no wonder. Life is rather upside down with the Coronavirus: habits have changed, you don’t leave the house like before and stress is through the roof! And regular exercise? Give me a break. It takes even more effort and planning. This

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Prediabetes & Type 2
Theresa Garnero

Tips to Accept Your Body (Especially With Age)

You look in the mirror. Or catch a glance of your body as you get out of the shower. And you’re like, “UUUUUUGH”. Maybe not exactly what you’d hoped for but it’s where you’re at. Seldom do we have positive messages going through our mind when we think of our

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Prediabetes & Type 2
Theresa Garnero

Coronavirus and Diabetes: 5 Things You Should Know

It’s scary. It’s lurking around. And it can be deadly. The Coronavirus (officially known as the COVID-19) presents unique challenges to people living with high blood sugar, whether you have diabetes or prediabetes. Why? Because “sweet people” (those with high sugar) are more susceptible to catching viruses when exposed to

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