Bonus Videos


 

  • Vacations and special occasions are part of life
  • How to handle our food plan when we are outside of our normal environment so that we stay on track to reach our goals

 

  • How to get “back on the wagon” if we think we’ve fallen off

 

  • Feel like you’ve tried everything?
  • Finding possibility that something could work
  • Actual roadblocks that could be the problem

  • Managing stress is critical for your success because stress can directly hinder your body’s ability to heal
  • Learn all the different types of stress that adversely impact the body
  • How to manage stress by moving your body from fight-or-flight mode into rest-and-digest mode

 

  • Why you can reverse your diabetes no matter what your family thinks, does, or says
  • Taking 100% responsibility gives you 100% authority over your health
  • What to do about your family member’s rude comments or unhelpful expectations

 

 

  • Vacations and special occasions are part of life
  • How to handle our food plan when we are outside of our normal environment so that we stay on track to reach our goals

 

  • How to get “back on the wagon” if we think we’ve fallen off

 

  • Feel like you’ve tried everything?
  • Finding possibility that something could work
  • Actual roadblocks that could be the problem

 

  • Managing stress is critical for your success because stress can directly hinder your body’s ability to heal
  • Learn all the different types of stress that adversely impact the body
  • How to manage stress by moving your body from fight-or-flight mode into rest-and-digest mode

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