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Mindful Meditation made easy for Diabetics

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ShareEver wondered about the benefits? Not sure you can do it? Discover the power of a little quiet time with yourself… a sense of calm and a clear mind. Convince me why I should try it. In a nutshell: because it is very easy, it makes you feel great and it has so many scientifically documented benefits. So even if …

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Reform Sugarmonger, Fix Your Addiction

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ShareThere you are, sitting with your eyes closed as Paul McKenna‚ the world’s most famous hypnotist, asks you to imagine how chocolate cake, your favourite indulgence, would taste mixed with cabbage, the food you hate the most. “As you bite into the cake, mix its flavour with cabbage,” he instructs you. “The texture, the taste, is cabbage and there’s some …

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Nerve Damage. Diabetes and Neuropathy

Share Diabetes can harm the nervous system. This condition is known as diabetic neuropathy. Approximately 50% of diabetics, have been found to suffer from some form of diabetic nerve pain. Diabetic neuropathy is caused when the sugar levels in blood stays high for an excessively long period of time. Other contributing factors to diabetic neuropathy are swelling in the nerves …

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WHAT IS SUGAR – SUGAR IS BAD

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Share Sugar, a carbohydrate, a complex substance made of two simpler substances, fructose and glucose. Nature has made it a part of many essential foods like fruit and milk. The market nutrition labels are full of words such as glucose, sucrose, lactose, maltose, dextrose, starch, corn syrup, fruit juice, raw sugar and honey. Sugar invidiously slips into almost seventy-four percent …

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Sugar is Addictive

Might you be battling a sugar addiction?

Share In a study, rats fed on sugar rich foods were later exposed to drugs (cocaine and opiates).  These rats showed distinct behavior patterns of dependency. Rats on a regular diet showed no such behavior patterns. Scientists have increasingly come upon neuro-chemical and behavioural evidence that prove that sugar is addictive; and like all addiction BAD, leading to weight gain, …

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