Since Daylight Saving Time (in the United States) begins today (March 13, 2022), this is a good week to talk about sleep and rest (https://adventistvegetariandiabetics.com/getting-started/get-adequate-sleep/). There is a definite connection between sleep and diabetes, according to sources we have researched. Too little sleep can raise your diabetes risk. It is said that if you need … Continue reading Sleep – Law of Health #7
Rest is the balance to Exercise. Review our article, "Get Adequate Sleep," and then read the full article, "Rest." View again this 3-minute video, “Sleep for Better Diabetes Control” (December 2016) https://youtu.be/0vtQKZ35VAc Have you answered these questions for yourself? How is sleep related to diabetes? How long should I sleep? Is it possible to sleep too long? … Continue reading Rest, Law of Health #7
Continue practicing the Five Essential Habits, Portion Control, Eating to Your Meter, Incorporating Intermittent Fasting, and Reducing Stress every day. Are you getting adequate sleep? How is sleep related to diabetes? How long should I sleep? Is it possible to sleep too long? For the answers to these questions and more, please read "Get Adequate … Continue reading Get Adequate Sleep
This week's blog will refer you to two articles and one video that can help you in deciding how you should eat for your best diabetic health. And, while you are deciding, be sure to continuing practicing the Five Essential Habits, the foundation of your success in controlling, reversing, or preventing diabetes. The first article, … Continue reading What Can I Eat?
I'm finding it very interesting that all the things that are being recommended to keep us safe from the coronavirus (COVID-19) are very much in alignment with what we, as conscientious Adventist Vegetarian Diabetics, are already doing! UPDATE 3/25/2020: In addition to all the basic/essential lifestyle practices below, please be diligent in observing all the … Continue reading Stay Safe from Coronavirus!
March is National Sleep Awareness Month, so this is a good time to focus on Law of Health #7: Rest. Goal: To improve your sleep habits in ways that will improve your diabetic health, and to determine your optimum amount of sleep needed. There is a definite connection between sleep and diabetes, according to sources … Continue reading Sleep and Diabetes
Early this morning, across most of the United States, at 2:00 a.m. it suddenly became 3:00 a.m. This aggravating phenomenon of setting clocks ahead or back happens twice a year. But, until state or federal laws change, Daylight Saving Time is just something we have to put up with. Not surprisingly, March is Sleep Awareness … Continue reading Sleep Awareness Month