01 Sep 2016 @ 9:27 AM 

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This post is geared to those taking control of  their life and who want to energize your weight control or weight loss activities.  As summer fades into fall, do not lose the momentum of your summer weight control or weight loss program.  As the weather cools and we tend to cover up more of our bodies, there may be a lesser need to appear slim and trim.  A word to the wise—looking good should be congruent with feeling good.  Healthy bodies look better, feel better and are more appealing than unhealthy bodies.  How many find the slender, bony thin individual [male or female] or the grossly obese individual visually attractive?  Which of these categories of people are most likely to be healthy and energetic?

If you have not done so, start today.  Take control of your body.  Feed it healthy meals.  Drink lots of water.  Engage in daily physical exercise.  Enrich your mind.  Not only are we what we eat, we are what we think.

Most of you who read this post are facing one or more health challenges, whether diabetes, obesity, hypertension, heart disease or a  combination of these for yourself or a loved one.  I urge you to take action today.  Move forward on your program to be a healthy, loving and successful you.  Here are a few strategies to aid you in attaining this goal.

PLAN, ACT, EVALUATE, REVISE/UPDATE

PLANWhat does a healthy, loving and successful you look like? Be specific.  Use criteria that are observable and measureable. Set goal date and yardsticks to chart progress.

ACT—Identify action steps that lead toward achieving/reaching targets.  Implement these steps.  DO IT NOW!  Remember the very best of plans is ineffective if no actions are taken.  Designing a plan that is not acted upon is a useless waste of time and effort.

EVALUATE—Use yardsticks as opportunities to evaluate the success of your strategies.  If working great; if not, revise and update

UPDATE—Modify or change your strategies as needed.  Remember, failure is the first step to success.  One must know what doesn’t work to find what does.

Take control of your thoughts.  If you think you cannot you are already defeated.  If you think you can you are half-way to success.  Consider using the season’s transition from summer into fall as a transition time for you from the old, dissatisfied you to the new, healthy, happy, and loving you.

A free course [Masterkey MasterMind Experience] launches soon which introduced me to a new way of looking at my life.  It is not a weight loss program, nor a manage diabetes program.  It is a lifestyle changing program.  I first took the course in 2013 and have been following its principles since.  I am happier, healthier and have achieved financial targets since my involvement. Check it out.  It may turn your life around also.

Sign up here if you would like more details about this free scholarship program which is only offered once yearly.

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 21 Jul 2016 @ 8:43 AM 

Theresa Well I am ready with this week’s report on my progress to defeat/cure Type 2 Diabetes.  I am on Day 3 of Week 3 in the Blue Heron Guide to Beat Diabetes program to cure diabetes. This week began with failure but not defeat.  This brief failure is an even bigger spur to achieve success in my battle to conquer/cure  Diabetes 2.  On the last day of Week 2 I found myself experiencing very strong pangs of hunger.  In fact it seem as though Week 2 was much more challenging than Week 1.  In review I believe my motivation and zest to implement this new eating pattern began to lose vigor.  Mornings go fine, but my hunger seems to increase as the day progresses.  Hunger pangs seem to begin around mid-day. Thus by dinner time I seem to be starving.

I fell off the wagon on Monday evening, the last day of Week 2,  I snacked on cookies.  Poor Me.  The next day I got back on program.  However, instead of continuing my weight loss I gained l pound and my stats were depressed to the previous week scores.  This failure has made me realize I need to do a better job o planning.  I need to eat more frequently to eliminate feelings of hunger.  I also need to plan and have on hand snacks that fit within my program.  So I am down but not out.

Week 3 is therefore like a repeat of Week 1.  It is now obvious I will need 4 weeks rather than 2 to reach my goal.  But, even if four weeks still leave me a little short I am going to stay focused and stay on program.  This program is working.  I am losing weight and showing the same or lower blood sugar readings.  Next week I will give you and update of Week 3.

 

You can still join me on this journey.  You have nothing to lose but weight. Smile

If you would like to join me on this journey to beat/reverse and cure type 2 Diabetes.  Purchase the program below.

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 13 Jul 2016 @ 7:17 AM 

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As promised I have kept a weekly journal of my progress on this, my journey to cure my Tyoe 2 diabetes.  This program on how to cure diabetes, Blue Heron Guide to Beat Diabetes, requires a two week diet of 20 grams carbohydrates daily.  Day One was very easy for me.  I did not experience any hunger pangs and easily stayed on program.  Day Two also went well.  However on Day Three I became hungry about an hour before lunch time.  I ate some Macadamia nuts [which are allowed]. In early afternoon once again I was hungry.  I ate the left-over half of my morning smoothie.  On Day Four I had one-half smoothie about an hour before lunch, had a large salad with meat and maintained well until dinner.  About an hour after dinner I was hungry again.  Now I was beginning to be concerned about my ability to stay with the program. I had a glass of water and a cup of cinnamon tea.  That got me through that day.  On days five through seven, since I knew what to expect, I included small snacks mid-afternoon and just before bed.  I also increased my intake of water as this seemed to reduce feelings of hunger.  Hooray!  I made it through Week One and lost five pounds in the process.

I am now on day two of Week Two.  I am maintaining my commitment to the program.  I find that eating large salads improves my ability to avoid hunger pains.  I have not yet received my new meter so am unable to check blood sugar levels.  See you back here next week for an update on Week Two’s challenges and successes.

You can still join me on this journey.  You have nothing to lose but weight. Smile

If you would like to join me on this journey to beat/reverse and cure type 2 Diabetes.  Purchase the program below.

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Theresa Newell

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 06 Jul 2016 @ 10:25 AM 

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In this post and for the next few weeks I will focus on steps to beat/cure type 2 diabetes.  Last week I ran across a program that purports not only to control and maintain type 2 diabetes, but to reverse and cure it.  This program is Blue Heron Guide to Beat Diabetes. This is a three phase approach and of course addresses food, exercise and life style. I was very impressed by the content and immediately decided to get on board.

The first step for me was to read the book [watch the video] and get an overview of the program. Step 2 was to develop my plan of action.  Step 3 was to implement my plan.  Step 4 is to evaluate/review and modify my plan.

Step 2.  Plan of action:  My target date for beginning was July 5, 2016.  Prior to initiation I inventoried my available foods and purchased items that would facilitate my staying on target.  I also determined that I would include a daily walk of about 15 minutes in my Plan and consciously increase my water intake.  I tend to drink very little water.  I also determined to limit my coffee intake and replace it with green tea and other teas.

Today I am on Day 2 of my program.  On Day 1 I noted my weight.  I had intended o record my blood sugar reading, but have misplaced by meter.  Since the goal is 100 at the end of Phase 1 I should have a new meter by that time and can check the reading.  Day 1  went quite well.  I had a smoothie made with Greek yogurt and blackberries for breakfast, a chicken salad with lettuce and spinach greens for lunch, and a spinach, lettuce and egg salad for dinner.  I ate a couple of handfuls of macadamia nuts in late afternoon when I became hungry.  Before retiring I had a few blueberries.  I also had a small glass of red wine. I had only the one glass of water and did complete my walk.  I intend to duplicate this process daily with slight modifications.  Staying at 20 grams of carbs was not difficult on Day 1 and I did not experience hunger pangs.

Next week I will share my progress and any pitfalls I encounter.  If you would like to join me on this journey to beat/reverse and cure type 2 Diabetes.  Purchase the program below.

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Is your life worth a $40 gamble?  If, like me, your answer is yes, please join me and share your successes and challenges.

Theresa Newell

 

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