Learn five simple hacks to incorporate into your daily routine to help control blood sugar spikes, especially after meals.
Countless studies consistently show a link between the adoption of a plant-based diet and improvements in the course of type 2 diabetes.
An overwhelming amount of research shows that exercise can prevent and lower the risk for type 2 diabetes. Here’s how you can get started.
Learn how these two type 2 diabetes coaches grew tired of the failing healthcare system and are taking matters into their own hands.
It can be frusturating when you are taking all the right steps to manage your pre-or type 2 diabetes and still experience blood sugar spikes. We outline why this may happen and how to prevent it.
Research has shown that following a plant-based diet is effective for reversing type 2 diabetes. We discuss simple steps that make the transition to a plant-based diet easy and stress-free.
Receiving a type 2 diabetes diagnosis can be frightening and overwhelming. Here are six steps to take to make this process easier.
People with type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of developing complications if infected with COVID-19. Here’s what you can do about it.
When it comes to protein, the source matters! It is common to associate meat with protein, but proteins are made up of amino acids and can be found in many plant foods. We provide a guide for making the swap to plant-based proteins.
Insulin resistance is the underlying cause of type 2 diabetes. We explain how insulin typically functions in the body and how this process can be interrupted and how it leads to type 2 diabetes.
Over 30 Americans have diabetes, while another 84 million have prediabetes. Watch out for these early warning signs of type 2 diabetes.
When it comes to improving your blood glucose, nothing beats the effectiveness of a nutritionally dense, whole foods diet and a consistent exercise routine. However, research indicates there are specific foods that can help manage blood glucose levels.