I did my Nutrition Masters thesis surrounding the topic of heart disease and inflammation. I really wanted to do it on a topic directly related to diabetes, but at the time this project was the closest thing available. Inflammation is involved in most conditions, including … [Read more...] about Busting The Myths About Foods High In ‘Bad’ Cholesterol!!
It is very important to keep a rein on blood sugar as best as you can. But one of the things that people often get into a panic about is their morning blood sugar. Shouldn't it be lower in the morning? Not higher? If you're confused you're not alone and if you missed my last … [Read more...] about Do You Have A Problem With High Blood Sugar In The Morning? Try this…
Here you'll find info about why blood sugar is high in the morning, along with tips and resources to lower those numbers! A while back I had a client sending me her blood sugar charts every few days and on those charts she always made some notes if she had questions. Every time … [Read more...] about Why Is Blood Sugar High In The Morning?
I find it truly amazing that most doctors don't automatically send people for a blood test for insulin resistance. Why am I amazed? Because insulin resistance is a precursor for the development of type 2 diabetes and it's often present for up to 10 years before an 'official' … [Read more...] about Pre-diabetes/ Insulin Resistance Test
Insulin Insulin is a hormone released from the pancreas, one of the body's endocrine organs. The body is truly fascinating the way it works because there is a neural network in the pancreas and digestive tract that coordinate insulin release. Insulin helps to regulate blood … [Read more...] about Insulin and Insulin Resistance
I got interested in the role of inflammation in the development of disease when I was doing my Masters in Nutrition. Since then my interest hasn't ceased because personally I find it an incredibly interesting topic (I hope you will too).I believe that if you want to get the best … [Read more...] about Inflammation and Diabetes