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10/10/14 6:59 P

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emoticon . It's surprising how much what we eat and/or drink effects not only our diabetes but in other areas of our life as well. Keep up the good work!!

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One Day At A Time Dear Jesus!!!

Not looking at how many # to go but back and how many #s I've already lost!!!




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10/1/14 11:23 A

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Eliminate simple sugars from diet.

Lose 10-20 pounds.

Practice yoga.

Meditate daily.

Get 7-8 hours sleep nightly.

Exercise at least 30 minutes a day, 4-6 days a week.


Do these lifestyle changes seem familiar?

They are all good steps toward better blood glucose control for diabetics, and can help to reverse pre-diabetes or delay onset of diabetes.

But it turns out they are also components of a systems approach to reversing early symptoms of dementia, as reported in a preliminary study conducted with 10 aging patients who suffered dementia associated with different health conditions.

Nine of the ten showed improvement on subjective and objective measures or memory and cognitive function.

It seems that in the process of managing diabetes, we may also be protecting our brains.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/201
4/09/140930143446.htm




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