The Three W’s Of Diabetic Self-Care

By | March 24, 2019

You are presently reading an editorial with titles The Three W’s Of Diabetic Self-Care on the Herbal Adams. This article was updated on 25 June 2019.

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The first “W” I want to focus on is weight. It’s a struggle for most of us to get that slide on the scale to move in the right direction. I’m still in the process of trying to lose weight also. I believe the most important thing to do is eat if you want successful weight loss. Yes, read the sentence again – you read it correctly. You must eat to lose weight! You say, “What’s the catch?” Ah, you are clever. There is a small catch. It’s all about what you eat, not necessarily how much.

If I eat the right kind of food, it’s amazing how much of it I can consume! Don’t go off half-cocked and eat fourteen grilled chicken breasts! Common sense should come into play. The frequency of meals is also important. You don’t want too much time to pass between meals and snacks. I know it sounds backwards, but if you keep a regular schedule then your body won’t go into starvation mode and begin to store everything as fat. Five small meals a day is preferable to three large meals.

The second “W” is water. We all know that eight 8-oz. glasses of water a day is the recommendation. But what you may not know is when you should drink your water:

You should drink 16 oz. of water when you first wake up. This will help get your internal organs in gear for the day.

If you drink another 8 oz. before every meal (not snack), it aids digestion.

8 oz. of water before you take a bath or shower will help lower your blood pressure.

Before you go to bed, you should drink another 8 oz. of water to avoid a stroke or heart attack.

The final “W” is willpower. Mr. Webster defines this often misunderstood word beautifully. Willpower is a noun that means, “energetic determination.” Alright, so what is a noun? No, we’re not in English class, but I’m trying to make a point. Just play along – humor the old woman writing the article, okay? A noun is a person, place or thing. So, when I noticed that “willpower” is a noun, it baffled me. Is willpower a person, place or thing? It didn’t seem to fit.

I delved deeper for clarification. A noun is also an abstract idea. Ah, now we’re getting somewhere! So, willpower is not something solid, but abstract. You can’t touch it, taste it or smell it – yet, it exists.

I don’t believe that willpower means you have clinched teeth and spend every waking moment fighting off demons, as some think. It is, rather, an individual’s personal choice to embrace freedom from those same demons. Willpower is one’s ability to rise above and take the high road. We exercise willpower every time we choose to forgive, or love in spite of having been hurt. Willpower is spiritual – just as spiritual as faith itself.

It takes time to orchestrate all three of these “W’s” effectively, but with practice and patience on your part, you can do it!

Source by Linda Lou Turner-Palmer

Thеrе’ѕ no denуing that we’re аll slowly going back to naturе. And I mean thаt literally. People nowadayѕ are starting to live ѕimpler and hеalthiеr by going back to the baѕicѕ. Hоw baѕic? Wеll, a lot of рeорle turning tо hеrbѕ aѕ аn alternative way of healing. Herbаl medіcіne haѕ been аrоund for centurіes. According to Steven Chasens, an herbaliѕt, “Hеrbаl medicine hаѕ bееn uѕed as kitсhen medicine for thousands of yеars, and whіle оur bоdy’s resрonse to thеsе natural treаtments hаѕ nоt сhanged, we now hаvе mоre global choices thаn ever.” Pleаse keep in mind, however, that not all herbal ѕupplementѕ аrе appropriate for all pеoplе, ѕo сhесk wіth уоur doctor tо ѕее if you’re іn thе сlear. Be sure tо сonѕult your personal physician before mаkіng major changes to your diеt. Always prаctice precautionary measures before usіng аny of thеѕе hеrbs. Consult wіth a medical professional for thе best way of using them. Thiѕ warning is is especіally for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, peоple tаkіng blооd thinnerѕ, people with high blood prеssurе, etc.

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