TYPE II DIABETES: FOOD AND EMOTIONS

How you feel about food and how your emotions affect your eating habits have a lot to do with the shape you’re in now and the success of your efforts at weight control in the future.
You won’t find your ideal weight in a container on your supermarket shelves. You will find your ideal weight by looking inside yourself, determining the role food plays in your life, and then changing your lifestyle to reflect your desire to lead a healthier and happier life.
You can lose excess kilograms and keep them off. It’s not easy, but it can be done. You need to cut down on the amount of food you eat. You need to change the type of food you eat and how you prepare these foods. You need to set goals and achieve them. You need to add physical activity to your lifestyle.
You are not alone. There are thousands of persons with Type II diabetes in this country who have the same problem you have and are trying, like you, to solve these problems. Some of them live in your community and are ready and willing to discuss problems and solutions with you. Check with your doctor, diabetes educator, hospital or diabetes association about support groups you can join. You’re not alone. There are many health professionals who are experienced in helping people like you who are interested in following an eating plan that will enable you to lose excess weight and keep it off.
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TYPE II DIABETES: FOOD AND EMOTIONSHow you feel about food and how your emotions affect your eating habits have a lot to do with the shape you’re in now and the success of your efforts at weight control in the future.You won’t find your ideal weight in a container on your supermarket shelves. You will find your ideal weight by looking inside yourself, determining the role food plays in your life, and then changing your lifestyle to reflect your desire to lead a healthier and happier life.You can lose excess kilograms and keep them off. It’s not easy, but it can be done. You need to cut down on the amount of food you eat. You need to change the type of food you eat and how you prepare these foods. You need to set goals and achieve them. You need to add physical activity to your lifestyle.You are not alone. There are thousands of persons with Type II diabetes in this country who have the same problem you have and are trying, like you, to solve these problems. Some of them live in your community and are ready and willing to discuss problems and solutions with you. Check with your doctor, diabetes educator, hospital or diabetes association about support groups you can join. You’re not alone. There are many health professionals who are experienced in helping people like you who are interested in following an eating plan that will enable you to lose excess weight and keep it off.*19/210/5*

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