Type 2 Diabetic Diet Hack
It took me many years to figure out why I could not lose weight. I would follow a diet plan religiously, doing it exactly as I was told, yet I would not lose weight but my friends would. Talk about discouraging. Eventually I would give up and decide I was meant to be heavy. This happened over and over to me over the years and I had no idea why.
Does this sound like you?
People often incorrectly assume that heavy people have no willpower. That somehow if you are heavy, it is because you eat to much and just can’t stop. Would it surprise you to know that if your blood sugar is not balanced, it will be difficult if not impossible to lose weight? Perhaps you are diabetic and don’t even know it. Maybe your blood sugar gets out of balance when you are sleeping like it did for me. Or you have been diagnosed with diabetes for years but had no idea that if your blood sugar was not in control that it would be difficult to lose weight.
I had likely been having problems with my blood sugar for years and was never correctly diagnosed. While I was sleeping, my blood sugar levels were roaring out of control, affecting my ability to lose weight. No matter how hard I tried to lose weight, it was an uphill battle. I would later learn about my blood sugar issues after I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Thankfully I learned a diet hack that has the weight falling off.
Finally a way to lose the weight!
According to a new CDC report, “More than 100 million U.S. adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes, according to a new report released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The report finds that as of 2015, 30.3 million Americans – 9.4 percent of the U.S. population –have diabetes”. It makes you wonder how many of us failing at diet after diet actually have blood sugar issues. No wonder we struggle to lose weight.
Once I found this weight loss diet hack, the weight started falling off!
For the first time in many years, my diet was actually working! This diet hack is so simple it is shocking. I learned that by eating healthy chocolate strategically before each meal and before bed, I was able to control my blood sugar which then helped me lose weight. Almost crazy that eating healthy dark belgian chocolate has controlled my diabetes. My doctor regularly tests my A1C for my blood sugar. My A1C is now down to 5.6! I am not taking any prescription medication for diabetes. I no longer need to take Metformin or Invokamet.
I needed a special chocolate to get my results. Not the chocolate that you find in stores, filled with sugar, fillers and waxes. But an actual “healthy chocolate” that keeps in the antioxidants and cocoa flavonoids found in raw cocoa. Food Revolution Network had this to say about the benefits of chocolate; “Dark chocolate has a wealth of antioxidant compounds including polyphenols, flavanols, and catechins. A 2011 study published in the study Chemistry Central Journal found that dark chocolate had more antioxidant capacity than any of the superfruits, including blueberries and acai berries. “
Control your diabetes, control your weight. Start eating the healthy chocolate created by a diabetic. At just 35 calories per piece, 1 gram sugar and 1 net carb, this diabetic friendly chocolate is just what you need.
If you are looking to lose 10 pounds or more, consider the 28 day Fearless challenge. This diet incorporates a healthy chocolate protein shake featured on the cover of the American Journal of Bariatric Medicine where the average person lost over 31 pounds in just 12 weeks. In the last 6 weeks, I have lost 22 pounds. If I can do this, so can you.
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New CDC report: More than 100 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes; https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2017/p0718-diabetes-report.htmlAntioxidants: The Truth about Antioxidant Foods & Supplements; https://foodrevolution.org/blog/what-are-antioxidants/