Each meal feels like a giant question mark, and you can’t ignore it anymore.
In fact, there are so many question marks…
- “Is this food going to harm me?”
- “Am I going to get saddled with medications for the rest of my life?”
- “I know extra weight is a major risk factor, but diets and exercise haven’t worked in the past. What REALLY works to lose weight and keep it off?”
- “How can I ditch the sweets and coffee that get me through the day?”
- “How do I get motivated to exercise more, especially when I’m so tired?”
- “What else am I missing?”
Most people get very little instruction on what to eat and do to prevent diabetes besides blanket advice to “Avoid sugar.”
That alone won’t keep you from sliding into the danger zone.
Why? It’s outdated advice.
The conventional wisdom says to eat less sugar and simple carbs to avoid glucose spikes.
But a healthy body can eat carbohydrates, fruit, and even a little table sugar.
In fact, we all need sugar and carbs for energy. That’s why athletes love eating these things before a big race.
Eliminating all sugar and carbs doesn’t get to the root of the problem.
Many people try this and end up eating more foods (like saturated fats
or processed foods) that cause the problem to get worse.
The new way of understanding type 2 diabetes makes much more sense.
It’s not a sugar problem.
It’s a problem with the way the body stores fat.
That’s why there’s such a big connection between
extra weight and diabetes. (Ever hear the term “diabesity”?)
We’ve discovered what to do to fix this problem — at the root.
This breakthrough is so new, very few professionals know about it.
Internet articles don’t mention it.
Not many books on the subject exist.
And none of these give you guidance on how to actually make new healthy habits stick — it’s hard to get motivated when you’re tired all the time!
But that’s all about to change.
We’ll show you how to stick with the changes long-term so you can add precious life to your years, and enjoy all of the special moments fully and freely.
Making a change doesn’t have to feel like climbing Mt. Everest.
In fact, it doesn’t have to be painful at all.
You don’t need to change your whole life overnight.
And you don’t need to spend your entire weekend figuring out what to eat for the rest of the week. (No one has time for that!)
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Temptation is everywhere, making it a lonely road — unless you have the right support. That’s why Tackling Type 2 gives you instant membership to a lively community where you can connect with others who share the same goal as you: to get and stay healthy.
Post questions, swap recipes, share struggles and celebrate your many wins. This forum is customized for course participants — and it’s not on Facebook.
About Brenda Davis, RD, Your Guide…
Brenda Davis, RD, is an award-winning registered dietitian, one of the world’s most beloved plant-based eating advocates, and an internationally acclaimed speaker. She has authored/co-authored 12 books with nearly a million copies in print in 15 languages, including Kick Diabetes Essentials and The Kick Diabetes Cookbook. Brenda has been a featured speaker at medical, nutrition, and dietetic conferences in over 20 countries on 5 continents. Her personal and professional life goals are one and the same: to make this world a more sustainable, more health-supportive, and kinder place.
The best time to take action is today.
Don’t wait for “someday” when you have more time.
We don’t want you to look back in a year or two and wish you’d taken action sooner.
Today, you are at a crossroads.
One path leads to energy, vitality, and eating delicious healthy foods that do not harm…
Foods that are powerful enough to heal with every bite.
The other can lead to pain, medical complications, insurance hassles, and
worsening disease. The farther you go down this path, the harder it is to make a change.
Tackling Type 2 is a chance to go in the right direction.
To make great decisions because you know better — and to give
yourself all the support you need to make it happen.
It’s about helping you where it matters most: Your health.
You can do this!
Join us in Tackling Type 2 today.