So, how are you doing with your New Year’s health goals so far? In this episode, I want to provide you with some updates, especially regarding the 1 billion steps challenge and team “DrCHHuntley and Friends.”
Let’s talk about how to navigate the food buffet at parties, from the perspective of being a diabetic. Even if you’re not a diabetic, I still think this episode will be very helpful because the focus will be on making healthy food choices.
In this podcast episode, I share one of my favorite diet supplements that is both nutritious and delicious, not to mention easy to use and affordable.
Whether you’re interested in losing weight, maintaining weight, or just boosting your nutrition, I’d like to tell you about a product that my husband and I really enjoy. However, we use It for different reasons.
In this episode, I’m going to give you an update on the health goals that I set for myself for the holiday season, and share what worked well, what didn’t work so well, and how I adjusted. In a previous episode at the end of October 2018, titled “Health Goals for the Holiday Season” I talked about the importance of setting health-specific goals BEFORE the holiday season starts to help prevent feelings of guilt and to keep you on track during the season. Be sure to listen to that episode if...
In this episode, I share an opportunity to work together as a team toward improving our health. What I’m referring to is the 1 Billion Steps Challenge that starts on January 1st 2019 and lasts through April 7th 2019. Every year, the American Public Health Association sponsors this event, and the goal is to raise awareness of the importance of regular physical activity and to collective work together to achieve 1 Billion steps during the first few months of the year. It lasts roughly 90 days...
Managing type 2 diabetes can be complicated, especially when trying to decide on the best type of diet to follow.
There are so many choices, and they all have their benefits and challenges. I think it is important to always review your options and make the best decision for you.
In this episode, I briefly explain these popular diet styles.
In this episode, I share with you 7 healthy gift ideas, whether you’re shopping for yourself or someone else. All of the items that I will mention are items that I use and really enjoy and benefit from. And the links to purchase them can be found on the resources page of my website.
Dr. Pothoulakis is a cardiologist who is passionate about prevention of cardio metabolic diseases and living a healthier lifestyle. He is the author of Arteries in Harmony, and he joins me in an interview to discuss who this book is for and how it can help.
I’m giving you an update on my progress regarding my health goals for this last quarter of 2018. I’ve decided to use myself as a case study, because I believe it will inspire you and also hold me accountable for taking action.
In this episode, I’d like to share a few disturbing details about diabetes that you should really be aware of….. but I’m not just going to leave you with the disturbing details. I’d like to also discuss what we can do about it.
Halloween candy starts to shows up in stores before the summer ends and I try my best to avoid it. Out of sight out of mind usually works, but it’s not always easy.
I actually spent a bit of time trying to figure out what the best recommendations are for Halloween candy and treats for people who have type 2 diabetes. I discuss my conclusions in this episode.
I felt that way for a while, especially in the early years following my diagnosis. I took my medication as prescribed by my doctor and frankly just didn’t want to be bothered with trying to keep up with numbers and manage anything beyond simply taking my meds and moving on about my day.
In this episode we are going to…talk about why you need to do more than just take your meds and discuss some of the numbers that you need to pay attention to for starters.
You may or may not be aware of this, but walking is my favorite exercise. I walk 6 days a week on average, regardless of the weather, regardless of my work schedule, and I’ve consistently done this for the last few years.
In this episode, I share with you the reason why I chose walking as my exercise of choice, and then give you five success tips for starting your walking plan, and keeping it up.