In the previous post we talked about how blood sugar imbalances come in 2 forms: Insulin resistance: chronically elevated blood sugar Reactive hypoglycemia: blood sugar fluctuations The graph below shows an example of what imbalanced blood sugar levels may look like over the course of the day. Keep in mind, normal blood sugar levels are considered to be 80-120 mmol/L, which includes post-prandial (after a...Read more
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“Failing to plan is planning to fail.” We’ve all heard that quote before, and we often apply that to areas of our lives, such as making daily schedules, financial planning, planning a vacation, but when it comes to planning our meals, we often fall short. You’ve also probably heard that eating healthy starts at the grocery store. However, I would say it starts at home,...Read more
I sent out a request in Facebook for article topics and the 2 most requested topics were: 1) female hormone balance and 2) kid nutrition. This really excited me, as these are two topics I have been doing quite a bit of research on recently. Let’s face it, we tend to research topics that pertain to us personally. I guess that’s the beauty of blogging....Read more
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