Diabesity, Diabetes, & Obesity

How to Defeat Diabesity, Heart Disease, and Stroke With Diet

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It seems like everybody has been focusing on how to defeat diabesity, the condition where type 2 diabetes and obesity exist simultaneously, that they ignore the reason they want to defeat it. Namely, diabesity can lead to many serious health complications, such as heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Experts and health officials wouldn’t fear […]

How to Avoid Diabesity Symptoms

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Diabesity is a condition where you suffer from type 2 diabetes and obesity simultaneously. Learning how to avoid Diabesity symptoms should be everyone’s top health goal. After all, Diabesity is a dangerous — even deadly — disease. According to a 2017 report published in Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology, Diabesity is the biggest health epidemic in […]

Cooking Class: A Yummy Way to End Diabesity

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In episode 7 of the Diabesity Documentary, Jonathan Bailor hosts a cooking class with Chef Dawn Ludwig, author of the book, “Always Simple.” In this amazing episode, they show you how easy it is to whip up delicious, setpoint-lowering meals your entire family will love. Why do you need a cooking class specifically geared toward […]

SANE Food Swaps that Defeat Diabesity

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Most diets feature some form of deprivation. For instance, you can’t enjoy that piece of chocolate cake or other favorite food while on this or that diet. How long can you really go without enjoying your favorite foods? Fortunately, you won’t find such nonsense on the SANE setpoint diet. That’s because there are SANE food […]

How to End Diabesity, Food Cravings, and Emotional Eating

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Do you suffer from diabesity? Is losing weight extremely difficult for you because of food cravings and emotional eating? What types of emotions trigger your food cravings and emotional eating? Research shows emotional eating can be caused by many factors, including depression, boredom, anger, and loneliness. But the most common reason for food cravings and […]

Defeat Diabesity with These Diet and Lifestyle Recipes

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Diabesity is a growing public health threat. It directly impacts more than 1 billion people globally, including 50% of Americans over the age of 65. Health officials and other experts have been searching for years for recipes that end this epidemic. They have had no success. Despite their best efforts, the numbers of those developing […]

Avoiding a Diabesity Diagnosis (It’s Easier Than You Think)

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If you’re afraid you’re headed for a diabesity diagnosis, you’re probably not the only one. After all, the diabesity statistics are horrendous. More than a billion people worldwide are facing a diabesity diagnosis, including 50% of Americans over 65. According to a 2017 report published in Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology, Diabesity is the largest health […]

How to Prevent Diabesity and Also Prevent Alzheimer’s and Dementia

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On the surface, it may appear that diabesity, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia have nothing in common. After all, diabesity affects the body and Alzheimer’s and dementia affect the brain. Right? Well…not exactly. Would it surprise you to learn the brain is also involved with weight gain/loss, making it a crucial player in the diabesity epidemic? […]

How Diabesity Affects Gut and Digestive Health

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If you suffer from diabesity (obesity + type 2 diabetes), you have probably tried to treat or reverse it by cutting calories. This, experts assure you, will help you lose weight, which can also prevent or reverse type 2 diabetes. But what experts have probably never told you is that your gut and digestive health […]

Diet and Diabesity: Why It’s Not About Calories

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Whether you have obesity or diabetes or both (diabesity), you’ve probably been told to watch your diet. What does that mean, exactly? Well…for the majority of people for the past 50 or 60 years, that means calorie restriction. Counting calories. Starvation dieting. Has that ever really worked for you? No? Don’t feel bad. It hasn’t […]