I believe what you eat and how you eat, have a huge impact on your health. If your parents had diabetes, you will develop it as well if you choose the same habits, eating and lifestyle they had. But you can change the outcome, if you change the habits and lifestyle!
I asked what they did have for lunch.
What does needing a ‘pick-me-up’ mean to them?
When was your last meal? And what was it?
They could have added a potato, some shredded carrots and a handful of raisins. There are plenty of carbohydrate options.
The next step will be to address any emotional triggers and mental imbalances that triggered the eating dysfunction, sugar cravings and lifestyle imbalances. Stay tuned as I provide an update on how these clients are doing!