Diabetes type 2

Diabetes type 2

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22 days ago by Anonymous Pineapple

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Diabetes type 2
Is honey safe?
Is honey considered safe for diabetic patients or also it is forbidden?
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2 months ago by Anonymous Orange

You have to choose between what you want and ..
We are all addicted to something or many things in life. Some may be good, but many aren’t so good. However, we are also often unaware that we are addicted. If you’re thinking “I don’t have any addictions”, can you think of something you keep doing repeatedly even when you don’t want to or when you know it’s bad for you? It could be repeated thoughts, behaviors, drugs, alcohol, or FOOD. You may be stuck in a habit loop that served a purpose at one point, but now the harm outweighs the benefit. The problem with addiction is that the small benefit is more immediate, that’s why we keep doing it, but the harm is a little more distant, so we ignore it. Take junk food as an example. You might be craving it or dealing with stress or emotional issues and are looking for immediate relief. Junk food and sugar will give you an immediate dopamine effect and makes you feel better for a moment. Over time, you start using it regularly to deal with life and end up addicted to it. If there were no bad consequences to junk food, I wouldn’t care. However, the immediate reward is coupled with long term health problems and chronic diseases. The vast majority of chronic metabolic diseases are rooted in our food and particularly junk food. So, that momentary “feel good” dopamine surge you get when you eat junk is also causing you over the years to gain weight, develop type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, fatty liver disease, heart disease, migraines, GERD, acne, autoimmune diseases, etc. The most important step to heal is to become aware of the real problem, but you must follow it with an action plan. Simply being aware of your food addiction without any action is a recipe for more addiction and self-pity. 1. Recognize the problem 2. Decide you want to change 3. Have an actionable plan to address it 4. Follow through and take action You have to choose between what you want now vs. what you want MOST.
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