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There Is Nothing Sweet About Diabetes . . .

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by Dr. Wayne Scott Andersen

One-hundred million. That’s a massive number, representing almost one-third of the American population, and it illustrates just how serious of a problem diabetes has become in the U.S.

Even worse, this trajectory is accelerating! Between 2010 and 2012, 3 million additional Americans developed diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

This worrisome rise in diabetes—which can cause serious health complications including heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, blindness, amputation of toes, feet, or legs, and premature death—will overwhelm our medical delivery system in the near future.

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Kaylie's Journey

Kaylie is such an inspiration! She chose health and completely changed her life. Here is what she said about her health journey:

"As I’m again reflecting on the many blessings in my life, I can’t not think about my health journey.  This journey started about a year ago for me.

I was feeling:
 * Tired
*  Self-conscious
*  Unhappy
*  Putting on a fake smile
*  Unhealthy
*  Bloated
*  Horrible relationship with food
*  NOT ME!!!

Yesterday and today I was feeling:
 * Energetic
*  Confident
*  Happy
*  Smiley
*  Healthy
*  55 pounds lighter
*  Amazing relationship with food
*  Beautiful
*  THE BEST VERSION OF ME!!!"

Kaylie: Reflecting on her changed life

Kaylie: Reflecting on her changed life

This week has been about "reflection". Optimize 2018! - Look back and learn from 2017 by opening your mind to new possibilities and expanding your potential.