Fresh Non-starchy Vegetable Month

This week will end The 30-day Richard Osborn Challenge. How did you do? Did you achieve your goals? If so, you are successful! June is Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Month, but we're going to make it Fresh Non-starchy Vegetable Month for diabetics, since most fruit is too high in carbohydrate (sugar in the form of … Continue reading Fresh Non-starchy Vegetable Month

National Strawberry Month

How are you doing with The 30-day Richard Osborn Challenge? Are you drinking more water? Are you giving daily attention to the care of your feet? May is National Strawberry Month (in the Northern Hemisphere). I hope you live where you can get fresh strawberries in your local grocery stores, co-ops, or farmers' markets. reading National Strawberry Month

National Drinking Water Month

May is Drinking Water Awareness Month. If you are participating in The 30-day Richard Osborn Challenge, you probably are naturally drinking more water. Good for you! Review The Law of Health #3 (Water). If you got this email from someone who forwarded it to you, please consider subscribing to our blog yourself at … Continue reading National Drinking Water Month

Foot Health Awareness Month

Since it is so very important for people with diabetes to exercise by walking (as much as possible), it is also extremely important to take special care of your feet. As we anticipate our annual The 30-day Richard Osborn Challenge (May 1-31), it's vital to focus on our foot health! Practice daily care of your … Continue reading Foot Health Awareness Month

Overview: The 8 Laws of Health

If you were raised Seventh-day Adventist, or even if you came into the church later in life, you have undoubtedly heard or read many times this classic quotation: “Pure air, sunlight, abstemiousness, rest, exercise, proper diet, the use of water, trust in divine power—these are the true remedies” (Ellen G. White, Ministry of Healing, (Nampa: Pacific Press, 1905), page … Continue reading Overview: The 8 Laws of Health

The Fifth Day of Christmas

December 29 On the FIFTH DAY OF CHRISTMAS I gave to myself 5 miles to walk (or equivalent exercise), and 5 Essential Habits, 4 approaches to dietary management (choosing the best one for me!), 3 servings of non-starchy green vegetables, 2 eggs from organic, cage-free, pasture-raised chickens, And a plan to eliminate my hyperinsulinemia with … Continue reading The Fifth Day of Christmas

Exercise & Eyesight

Does exercise affect your eyesight? If you don't know (or even if you do), please take a look at these articles: Diabetic Eye Disease Retinopathy often begins at prediabetic blood sugar levels. Learn why and what you can do to stop and even reverse this damage. Sedentary Behavior Linked to Diabetic Retinopathy Can … Continue reading Exercise & Eyesight