Tag: food for diabetes
This post may contain affiliate links to products I trust. Please read Disclaimer for more info My blood sugar hit 11.7 mmol today. It’s been a while. I mean a long while. Since starting Insulin in 2014 and simultaneously going low carb I’ve had excellent control. A high for me was about 9 mmol. In the last two years, even that was pretty rare. The control … Read More I’m back…
Something I’ve struggled with since my diagnosis is digestion. In fact, before my diagnosis I was already sensitive to a variety of foods. No matter how many different kinds of treatments and doctors I saw nobody could actually tell me what was wrong. Once I knew that I had diabetes it all made sense. Higher blood sugars had contributed to yeast overgrowth and leaky … Read More Rebalance your digestion with Ayurveda
I’m getting braver when it comes to taking fast-acting Insulin. My insulin to carb ratio has been 1:30 for the last year but that seems to be shifting. Either that or I’ve upped my carbs enough to need more. After nearly 6 years of nothing but greens, I’ve added butternut pumpkin, carrots, apples, and the occasional sweet potato. My whole life I’ve been told … Read More dialling up the dose
Todays topic for Diabetes Blog Week is Food food food….what we eat, how we manage and the lists we make. I’m in Italy after a winding drive through the mountain vistas and picturesque lakes of Switzerland. Italy is famous for the Love of Food. So what’s a low carb yogini do when she rocks into town? Head to the local trattoria and have a … Read More Diary of a Bliss Ball
Todays topic for Diabetes Blog Week is all about change. The biggest personal change I have made and one that I hope really comes to the forefront in the management and care of diabetes is the merging of functional medicine with conventional approaches. I know it’s happening on a small scale. But I would love it, if on diagnosis, conventional doctors encouraged their patients to look … Read More Change is Here to Stay
Todays topic for Diabetes Blog Week is all about getting the skeletons out of the closet. What can we let go of in order to fly? I’l never forget my first trip to Disney world. I couldn’t wait to see Mickey and Minnie and the enchanted castle. But my big 8 year old dream was to see the dolls dancing in costumes to the … Read More It’s a Wild Ride!
A Guest blog from Yogi and Ayurvedic Chef, Jody Vassallo I believe that mornings are the foundation of our day, it is when our feet first come in contact with the earth and we can consciously set our intentions for the day ahead. Taking time out to sit and really take in the morning is so important, this is when I make decisions about … Read More ARE YOU CREATING THE BEST POSSIBLE START TO YOUR DAY ?