It contains proven steps and strategies on how to avoid developing diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when the body cannot produce enough insulin or use the latter efficiently. Insulin is a hormone created by the body to regulate the storage and use of glucose (sugar) in the organism. The body uses the insulin to transform glucose into energy. Diabetes is diagnosed when the level of sugar is over 1.26 grams per liter of blood in two different blood tests.
Diabetes is worldwide, and can be fatal if not treated and managed. In the world, one person dies of the disease every eight seconds. In 25 years, the number of diabetics in the world should reach over 330 Millions, according to scientists. Experts even consider the disease as epidemic, even though it is not transmissible.
Fortunately, there are ways to avoid contracting the disease. This book will explain what they are and how effective they are. It will also explain what the signs of diabetes are and tell who has a greater risk of contracting diabetes. Diabetes is a dangerous and deadly disease. It affects many Americans mostly because of an unhealthy lifestyle.
Diabetes is also a societal consequence. We live in a society where exercising has become a hobby instead of a necessity. The emergence of fast-food, greasy foods in schools, work cafeterias, and the fast paced lifestyle of working people that forces them to eat in a hurry, are multiple causes of the growing rate of persons affected by diabetes.
This book will help you understand the disease, its complications, and how to live a diabetes-free and healthy life.
On Book 1 – “Diabetes Free For Life: A Simple Guide On How To Be Diabetes Free For Life While Living A Healthy Life” – will be explained the disease and the different types, the importance of a healthy living and balanced nutrition, a list of great food to prevent diabetes, the benefits of exercising daily, how to live with diabetes and learn to control it and finally other diseases caused by unhealthy living.
On Book 2 – “Types Of Diabetes: Understanding The Symptoms, Causes And Differences Between Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational And Pre-Diabetes And How They Affect Your Body” – will be discussed more in depth the different types of diabetes, their causes, symptoms, and effects on your body, and how to tell the difference between them. It will help you to better understand the differences among these four types of diabetes, as well as, how to identify them if you know you are genetically pre-disposed to the disease or have noticed the symptoms in a friend or relative. Each chapter focuses on one of the types of diabetes: its causes, symptoms, and effects on the body. At the end you will find a quick reference chart giving the low-down on the four types of diabetes, as well as, a glossary of terms you may not be familiar with. Remember, prevention and early-intervention are the best ways to fight diabetes. The more you know the better you can work to keep yourself and your loved ones healthy for life.
On Book 3 – “Diabetes Control: A Healthy Guide Plan On Diabetes Management To Prevent And Control Your Blood Sugar Levels, A Solution To Restore Your Health Naturally” – contains proven steps and strategies on how to carry out a diabetes care plan that will control your blood sugar levels, enabling you to lead a healthy life. It will also discuss ways to prevent diabetes if you are pre-diabetic or are at risk for becoming so. It will help you to understand what causes abnormal blood glucose levels, how to determine if you are at risk, and how to work with your doctor to create a diabetes care plan to manage your health and prevent complications for the future. Remember, just because you “suffer” from diabetes, doesn’t mean you have to suffer from the disease. By following these instructions, you can lead a fit and normal life.
Book 4 – “Diabetes Diet: Diet Food Nutrition Low In Carbohydrates To Live Well With Diabetes Without Drugs And Help Maintaining Lower Blood Sugar Levels” – is geared toward people who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, but also offers helpful diet advice for those who are pre-diabetic, at risk, or simply want to live a healthier lifestyle. Whether you are overweight or not, this is of the utmost importance if you are diabetic. I will show you how diet affects blood sugar levels, what carbohydrates do, and how to incorporate carb counting into your diet plan. I have also included a quick reference for carb counting, and a sample weekly meal plan to get you started on the road to a healthier life.
On Book 5 – “Diabetes Reversal: Best Tips And Advice To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes And Prevent Insulin Resistance, A Healthy Way To Change The Course Of Your Life Naturally” – I will show you how to make a complete 180 degree turn with your lifestyle to combat insulin resistance and get your blood sugar back to a normal level. Though it may not be possible to completely erase diabetes from your body, following this advice will help you to naturally live a healthier, more normal life with consistent blood sugar levels and regular insulin production using little or no medication. The intensity you must invest in your reversal program depends on how advanced your condition, but no matter where you are in your journey, you need to make it your number one priority. The great thing is anyone can do it, no matter what your health condition or weight.
Targeted Age Group:: Anyone who can read.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always read a lot about health, fitness, injuries and diseases, and I like to write about topics that are close to my heart. My family tree holds an abundance of medical issues, that’s the reason I’ve decided to write on health and wellness topics.
About the Author:
Though I graduated in business administration, my passion has always been for healthy living. Since my teen years I’ve lived that passion by practicing healthy eating and participating in fitness activities. I was born in 1968, but people are always telling me that I don’t look like an “old lady!” I was married for 8 years to a U.S. Marine, and never had children. My small family includes my mom, dad, one older brother, and one nephew. I live my life to the fullest, value a great sense of humor, and love to travel and meet new people in different cultures.
My passion for health, wellness, and fitness started early in my teen years. Learning that many of my family member suffered from a number of diseases- from diabetes to Alzheimer’s- I vowed that I didn’t want to end up plagued with some kind of malady in my old age. Starting at age 14 I began a sport-active lifestyle. In high school I took jazz dance lessons and Jiu-Jitsu classes, played basketball and volleyball (though those two didn’t last long; I just never got the knack for them!). Since then I’ve never been diagnosed with any illness; it’s hard for me to even get the flu!
In my adult life I’ve taken Briken and Ashtanga yoga classes and passionately love yoga. Since 2005 I’ve been participating in running races, and have even earned some trophies. I run 10 kilometers three times a week, take Pilates classes, do weight lifting, and practice Beach Functional Training on soft sand. Have I mentioned that I love the outdoors? Being 46 years old now, I average between 55-60 minutes on my 10K runs. Pretty good for an “old lady,” huh?
I’ve always read a lot about health, fitness, injuries and diseases, and I like to write about topics that are close to my heart. My family tree holds an abundance of medical issues. My dad and brother have always had high cholesterol and blood pressure. My grandpa contracted herpes and went blind shortly after his wedding. Both of my grandmas were obese, one deaf in both ears and the other with diabetes. All of my grandparents are dead now. One aunt died of bone cancer, while my mom and another aunt both suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. My mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2005- at age 68- and today lives with two caregivers who care for her on alternating 24-hour shifts. Today she’s like a 1-year-old child: she can’t form a phrase, can’t eat, bathe or walk by herself. My aunt was just diagnosed in 2014 and has a long and difficult road ahead. Experiencing the hardships of so many of my loved ones has made me focus my life on being healthy and staying healthy. That’s why all of my books are related to health and wellness, with a special focus on anti-aging related topics.
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