Featured on Cover and in National Magazine “First for Women”.

I feel so blessed to be on the cover of First for Women magazine. You also can find my story on the inside on page 26. Thank you for all the nice e-mails. I am so glad I have been able to help others by sharing my journey with First for Women. Click here to read full article.


“You have diabetes”


Where Do I Begin?
Each year, 1.9 million people hear the words, “you have diabetes.”
Beingdiagnosed with type 2 diabetes is often met with many differentemotions. Fear, denial, and confusion are just a few. It’s also metwith many questions.
Haveyou or someone you love been recently diagnosed with type 2diabetes? If so, the American Diabetes Association is here to offerhelp, hope and support through the new, Living With Type 2 Diabetes program.
Being diagnosed with diabetes can be overwhelming and many people don’t know where to start. That’s why Living With Type 2 Diabetes,a year-long  program offers people with diabetes an opportunity tolearn more about diabetes and how to live well with diabetes for alifetime.
Thisfree program is available in English or Spanish and enrollees canchoose to enroll into the online or mailed program. Program enrolleesreceive regular informational packets on topics like food, physicalactivity and stress and a monthly e-newsletter providing seasonal tips,new recipes and stories from others living with diabetes. Enrollees arealso invited to meet peers through the Association’s online communityas well as through local American Diabetes Association activities.
Click Here and Enroll in the Living With Type 2 Diabetes program today and let the American Diabetes Association help you get started on your journey with diabetes.

originally posted at : diabetes.org

Thursday’s Thought! Balance

Jill’s Fit Tip Tuesday ~ What is diabetes?

Diabetes is really on the increase. It is killing more people each year. Those it doesn’t kill can still become victim to any of a number of serious complications.

There are obvious symptoms and not so obvious symptoms. Many people out there just don’t even know they have diabetes. They are not aware of it because they are not feeling ill. The truth is that people don’t have the understanding of how serious diabetes is. Lack of knowledge really is a problem.

You really need to know what diabetes is, know how damaging it can be and take matters to act now, not later.

Type 2 diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions in the US, with the rest of the developed world following close behind. Type 2 diabetes was once known as
“adult-onset” diabetes, overweight teens in the US are being diagnosed in ever-increasing numbers. With kids as young as age 12.
Listen to the video below to learn more about what you need to know!!

Click Below to find out if you are at risk!!
“Diabetes Risk Test”

Consumer Reports Health.

I was so excited to get a call from consumer reports health. I had a phone interview and they shared with their readers how I lost 100 pounds. Click here to read. I am in the last paragraph. 🙂

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