HEARThrive – Module 8 – Heart Disease, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s


HEARThrive – Module 8 – Heart Disease, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s, Solve All 3 Chronic Diseases Together.

Course Description

Did you know that heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s often go hand in hand? That’s the bad news.

The good news is that all three conditions are largely caused by the same things, and you have the power to control those things.

And what are those things?  Diet, poor blood sugar control, and insulin resistance.

After you complete Module 8, you will learn how to make better dietary decisions that could help prevent heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s, the three most common metabolic diseases.

You will learn how to monitor your own blood sugar responses to food.

You will learn how to read food labels to assess the carbohydrates you are consuming.

You will learn why a routine blood test, fasting insulin, that your doctor probably never requests, is so valuable in assessing your metabolic health.

This course is ideally suited to students who recognize their health is suboptimal.

If you’re overweight,

If your doctor has warned you that you have diabetes or prediabetes and discussed the serious complications that can occur from that.,

Note: Dr. William Davis, a cardiologist, claims that “Cardiovascular risk is 30 to 50% greater when you have diabetes.”

If you struggle with high blood pressure,

If you’re worried because someone in your family has heart disease, diabetes, or Alzheimer’s, and you might be the next victim,

If you’re completely confused about different dietary recommendations you hear or what your doctor tells you to eat,

If you’re addicted to sugar and highly processed foods,

And if you truly want to take a more active role in your health,

Then this course is for you.

Module 8 could very well be the most important potentially life-saving course in the entire HEARThrive series, so join now and start learning.

Here are some of the many benefits you could derive from taking this course:

Life changing info to reverse or reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer’s/dementia, and even aging.

Contrary to the information provided by the ADA (American Diabetes Association) that used to say that diabetes is a chronic and progressive disease, you can now take control of it and manage your own health, which is very satisfying.

Be able to drop medications that lower blood sugar and blood pressure – although this has to be done carefully with a knowledgeable doctor.

There are routine blood tests beyond glucose and HbA1c that you can get to give insight on whether you’re on a healthy path. These tests include triglycerides, HDL, and fasting insulin.

It’s simple to test some components of metabolic syndrome at home yourself including your blood pressure, blood sugar, and waist circumference. Plus two simple blood tests you can get with your doctor, which are triglycerides and HDL.

You can obtain a CGM to assess your responses to food. A 10- or 14-day trial is usually more than adequate to figure things out for yourself. CGMs are not just for diabetics anymore.

You can track your fasting insulin and strive for optimal values.

It’s easy to test for fatty liver by looking at the ALT enzyme or obtaining an abdominal ultrasound. This could be the kick in the pants you need to start turning things around for yourself.

It’s easy to learn how to read nutrition labels on food and beverages and use a food scale and determine whether that food, or what portion size of that food, will likely be problematic or not (e.g. white rice).

Self-testing with a glucose meter throughout the day is easy to learn and easy to do if you make the effort to do it even for just one full day of eating.

Achieve weight reduction, blood pressure reduction, blood sugar reduction and reversing type 2 diabetes without drugs.

Eating fewer times per day and or eating in a narrower window of time or adding intermittent fasting will help you improve glucose control.

Eating fewer meals and not snacking is very liberating and frees up more time to do things you enjoy.

You won’t always be craving your next meal or having blood sugar rises and spikes and dips that affect your mood negatively, affect your productivity. You’ll be more productive and have stable energy and mood.

Stabilizing your blood sugar and eliminating blood sugar ups and downs throughout the day will help reduce your risk of insulin resistance and metabolic disease, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and achieve a reduction or elimination a small potentially atherogenic LDL particles.

Exercise can help bring blood glucose down so that’s a nice benefit if you enjoy exercising. Check out HEARThrive Module 4 too.

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