Do you (or does someone you care about) have prediabetes or diabetes? If you've bought (or buy) a copy of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes, you are invited to join us for a special event: a complimentary one-hour webinar* with the authors, Michelle May MD and Megrette Fletcher MEd RD CDE.
Sometimes people forget that they have taken their diabetes medication and accidentally take two doses. If this happens, don’t panic; call your provider. She will likely ask you to monitor your blood sugars more frequently that day and then she will evaluate if additional treatment is necessary. You may be asked to make slight changes to your diet (eating more carbohydrates) or exercise less for a certain number of hours.
There are many proven strategies for overcoming the inertia of the familiar that we’ve incorporated into our books and mindful eating programs. Perhaps one or two of these strategies will help you get unstuck too!
At that moment, something shifted for Mike. He acknowledged that he had been giving his food cravings a lot of energy, and as a result, he was feeling deprived and resentful about having diabetes.