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From Cocoa Puffs to Fat Camps to Type 2 Diabetes [Part Three: Middle Age]

Middle age is a funny concept because we don’t truly know how long we’ll live. It’s an estimate at best, but also a clear indication of moving through childhood and young adult years. Perhaps the coolest thing about this time is noticing our growth, and how our perspectives shift and evolve. From Weight to Health As a child, teenager, and young adult, my focus was on body image and weight. Growing up in a Hollywoodesque

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From Cocoa Puffs to Fat Camps to Type 2 Diabetes [Part Two: Young Adult]

By the time I was a teenager, I’m pretty sure I was wise beyond my years. Wisdom, however, doesn’t equate to joy or confidence, two qualities I could have used more of. In part one of this three-part blog series, I wrote a snapshot of my childhood in relation to sugar addiction, secrecy, and early camp life. If you missed that blog and want a segway into part two, you can read that here. Isolation

From Cocoa Puffs to Fat Camps to Type 2 Diabetes [Part One: Childhood]

Now that I’ve caught your attention with such a telling title, let’s start at the beginning of my tale. As a kid growing up in Los Angeles in the early 70s, raised by parents who didn’t know much about nutrition, Cocoa Puffs for breakfast was a reality, along with Trix and Captain Crunch in a bowl of low-fat milk. The fantastic cartoonish boxes amaze me to this day; quite the alluring artistry. As of 2003,

Is There a Natural Cure for Diabetes Type II?

I reversed diabetes in 2010; in agreement with my research and experience, I firmly believed there was a natural cure for Diabetes Type II. Now, 7 years later, I’d like to expand on this idea. I’ll pose the question: Is there a natural cure for Diabetes Type II? Yes. And no. Diabetes Type II is a condition (not a disease) that exists within in a particular environment. When you change the environment, you change the

4 Smart Ways to Balance Your Blood Sugar in Winter

Winter beckons a time when some of us “batten down the hatches.” We seek layers, comfort, and warmth. I myself have had romantic visions of being snowed in inside a cozy cabin. Being from California, this doesn’t happen. I know those of you who do get snowed in don’t necessarily think it’s great or hardly romantic. Like those good ‘ole bears who fuel-up, getting ready to hibernate during the colder months, you might also experience

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