Navigating life with Type 1 diabetes presents unique challenges. For the loved ones of those managing this condition, understanding and support play pivotal roles in fostering a healthier and happier journey. Here are my top tips:
Avoid asking about our numbers:
Don’t pressure us to eat something:
Going low makes us feel terrible:
If you're on a mission to drop some pounds, gain muscle, or keep that blood sugar in check I've got a killer strategy that's about to make your journey much more fun – daily micro goals. These bite-sized tasks might seem small, but they're the secret sauce to building habits, celebrating wins, and keeping your health journey real. Let's break it down and make those big goals a reality!
Building Healthy Habits:
Who said healthy living had to be all or nothing? Daily micro goals are like your backstage pass to forming habits that actually stick. Swap that soda for water, throw in a veggie snack – tiny actions that add up to a lifestyle makeover.
Attaining Small Wins:
Ever heard the saying, "Celebrate the small stuff"? Well, it's a game-changer on this health journey. Every workout, every time you choose a salad over fries – these wins might be small, but they're the high-fives you need to keep going strong.
Controlling Blood Sugar:
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Eating healthy doesn't have to break the bank, and with these 10 budget-friendly tips, you can enjoy nutritious meals while keeping your grocery expenses in check.
Avoid pre-cleaned or chopped veggies: Pre-cut vegetables are convenient but often more expensive than whole ones. Buy whole vegetables and spend a little extra time cleaning and chopping them yourself to save money.
Local Farms or Markets: Local farmers' markets or farm stands often offer fresh, seasonal produce at lower prices than supermarkets. Supporting local agriculture not only saves you money but also encourages sustainable food production.
Frozen or prep and freeze: Frozen fruits and vegetables can be just as nutritious as fresh ones and are often more affordable. Additionally, you can buy in bulk and freeze portions of meals you prepare, reducing waste and saving money in the long run.
In-season meats and veggies: Foods that are in season are generally cheaper and taste better. Seasonal produce and meats...