Professional Coach, Rita Johansen shares insights on sugar, how it affects our bodies and how she reversed her own blood sugar disorder and revitalized her life.
When I developed my own weight-loss program a few years ago (losing 88 lbs. over a period of 14 months), a significant part of my research took me to the Mayo Clinic website and resources. I checked my choices and tailored my plan in a way that would work for me, as rapidly as feasible, and not be excessiely stressful to my body. Using the Mayo website helped me keep my plan in a healthy range. I still go there to stay current now that I am on maintenance.
I don’t often recommend cookbooks, there are so many. But the Mayo Clinic has several cookbooks and diet books I love, and I think you will too.
You may also like the Mayo Clinic Diet Community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The.Mayo.Clinic.Diet
Today, the diet debates are over. We have moved beyond the confusion of the low-fat versus low-carb battles to an expert consensus on what constitutes a healthy diet. Health-care professionals now agree that our focus should be on nutrient-dense, fiber-rich carbohydrates, healthy sources of unsaturated fats, low-fat dairy, and lean sources of protein, and this is reflected in the new USDA food pyramid. More: