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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Don Miguel Ruiz

I have not written much in my blogs recently, I have been immersed in reading some great books. I have just finished reading: The Four Agreements, The Four Agreements companion book and The Fifth Agreement by Don Miguel Ruiz. These books teach the ways of the Toltec Seers. I am not going to explain everything about these books in this article; I think it is best served if you read them for yourself.

But I have been thinking how this may fit with people dealing with diabetes and would like to share my opinion here today.

The Four Agreements are: Be Impeccable with your words, Don’t take anything personal, Don’t make assumptions and Always do your best.

As we look at these agreements and then apply them to our disease of Diabetes, I think most would find that we judge ourselves and beat ourselves up over how we may have taken care of our bodies in the past. As most of you know that type 2 diabetes is a lifestyle disease and we regret not taking better care of ourselves in the past. We may also play the victim in this and possibly diminish our abilities with the “woe is me” syndrome. The Four Agreements addresses this type of behavior.

Are you beating yourself up over the past? Are you being honest with yourself and others? Are you doing your best in controlling your diabetes?

The Four Agreements changes how we look at life and how we deal with each day. If we work on our personal lives in this manner, I think we will be able to work on our struggle with diabetes ever better. This is only my opinion and you need to read the books and decide for yourself. Don Miguel Ruiz has done a great job with these books and his teaching are there for you to apply into your life, only if you have a desire to change the dream of your life.

Here is a link to Don’s great books on Amazon.

I hope you seriously look at this book and decide to read it. I am currently implementing the teachings into my life today.

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Saturday, December 5, 2009

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Correlation Between Obesity and Diabetes

How Obesity Can Lead to Diabetes and Ways to Prevent it

Diabetes continues to rise in the U.S. according to a recent Gallop Survey. This survey states that 26 million American have diabetes and many millions likely have diabetes but just don’t know it. This is 11.3% of the U.S. population and based on past calculation this number could rise to 37 million by 2015. These are just staggering numbers but if we look at the rise in obesity we may find some correlation.

The same study shows the obesity rate rise 1% every quarter. People that fall in the obese category are three times more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes than those below the obese level. Here are some statistics that are several years old but still are shocking.

• 58 Million Overweight; 40 Million Obese; 3 Million morbidly Obese

• Eight out of 10 over 25's Overweight

• 78% of American's not meeting basic activity level recommendations

• 25% completely Sedentary

• 76% increase in Type II diabetes in adults 30-40 yrs old since 1990

Source: Wellness International Network Ltd –

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website has more up to date numbers. In one of their reports we may be able to see just why we are seeing such an increase. The chart below shows the increase in childhood obesity.

Data from NHANES I (1971–1974) to NHANES 2003–2006 show increases in overweight among all age groups:

• Among preschool-aged children, aged 2–5 years, the prevalence of overweight increased from 5.0% to 12.4%.8, 46

• Among school-aged children, aged 6–11 years, the prevalence of overweight increased from 4.0% to 17.0%.8, 46

• Among school-aged adolescents, aged 12–19 years, the prevalence of overweight increased from 6.1% to 17.6%.8, 46


So as we look at these statistics we see a dramatic increase in all ages and this habit that is formed in childhood is very difficult to break in the adult years.

So how does the increase in obesity correlate with the increase in diabetes? With a 10.4% increase over last two years, diabetes increases run very comparable to the obesity increases. Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity and physical inactivity, accounts for 90%–95% of diabetes cases. So it is very evident that our weigh plays a significant role in the onset of diabetes.

An article on WebMD states:

"The upward trends in obesity rates almost certainly play a substantive role in the increase in diabetes rates over the same time period," the survey states. "More than one-fifth of obese adults [have diabetes]" -- or 21.2%, compared to 7.4% of non-obese people of comparable ages.


So is adding diabetic medications the best treatment for diabetes? If we have determined the root of the problem to be inactivity and obesity, then wouldn’t it make sense to treat the root of the problem rather than mask the problem with medications?

Well another article on WebMD called Diet Beats Drugs for Diabetes Prevention shows that treating the root of the problem may be a better treatment. This article talks about an ongoing study with 3,000 high-risk patients. One third of the patients in the study were asked to eat a low fat diet and engage in at least 30 minute of exercise 5 times a week. Another third was put on the diabetic drug called metformin and the final third had no changes.

To quote directly from the article, this sums it up. “Three years into the trial, Knowler and colleagues reported that diabetes incidence was reduced by a whopping 58% in the lifestyle intervention group and 31% in the metformin group, compared to people who received no intervention.” The article also states: "Weight loss is still the most important thing we have to recommend to overweight people at risk for type 2 diabetes," William C. Knowler, MD, of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK).


Medications may be needed to get your diabetes under control but as you loss the weight and start eating right it may be possible to get off. Medications have a place but they should not be used as an easy out. All medications have some sort of side effects and a healthier plan may be better for you in the long run.

As we look at these statistics it is easy to wonder why people just don’t loose the weight and be fit. If we use the numbers previously stated, just dropping some weight and exercising each day we could lower the number of people with diabetes in half or 13 million. Such an easy task makes sense but it must not be that easy. Our busy lifestyle of today make it difficult to find the time to exercise, to find the time to prepare healthy meals and find the time to teach our children to do the same. Adding proper nutrient products can help with our diet and help avoid further complication from diabetes but the exercise has to fit in your day some way.

I am a diabetic and I have found success with diet, exercise and proper nutrients. I encourage everyone to take a harder look at their lifestyle and see if they are headed towards diabetes or if they have already arrived.

Original article: How Obesity Can Lead to Diabetes and Ways to Prevent it - written by Steve Feller on Factoidz

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Saturday, October 17, 2009

New Site, ProArgi 9 Diabetic

Hi and thanks for stopping in. I have been creating a new site called ProArgi 9 Diabetic, please take a look and tell me what you think.

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Saturday, October 3, 2009

NutriMor, Synergy's Newest Product

Synergy introduces a great new product called NutriMor.

NutriMor embraces the power of the Moringa tree, whose array of phytonutrients have been shown to have antioxidant and cholesterol*-supporting effects, in a bioavailable formula designed to supply your body with the essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids it needs. Cassia cinnamon and green tea leaf extract further enhance NutriMor’s health-promoting effects by helping support already healthy levels of glucose and triglycerides in the blood, and aiding in maintaining a healthy bodyweight.

Here is a great article on the Moringa Tree

This is from this article "ounce-for-ounce, Moringa leaves contain more Vitamin A than carrots, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more Vitamin C than oranges, and more potassium than bananas,” and that the protein quality of Moringa leaves rivals that of milk and eggs."

Synergy uses all parts of the Moringa tree for the most benefit. Find NutriMor here: Synergy

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

A Company With True Compassion

I want to take a moment today and talk a little about Synergy Worldwide and what they stand for. I am a true believer that the synergy products work and that is why I write about them on this blog. These products have helped me control my diabetes and it is my desire to share this with others suffering from diabetes, this is why this blog is called Diabetic Help.

Synergy is a 10 year old company, that is in many different countries. Synergy was started in Japan and slowly grew to where it is today. Synergy has just hit the point were it will grow dramatically. But I don't want to just talk about how great the company is or how great the products are, I want to talk about what is driving this business.

Synergy has dedicated its business to helping others. That is what is instilled in the minds of the corporate operations people and all of the distributors.

I just attended a regional conference here in Salt Lake City, Utah. Most of this conference was all about helping people feeling better, becoming healthier and saving peoples lives. They did not spend these days just pumping a bunch of hype and flashy presentation, this conference was about helping others. Whether it is helping physically, financially or socially, it is all about helping.

Synergy has a motto of "Leave a Legacy" and this company is doing that. They participate is community and worldly humanitarian projects, they donate to the JDRF and they truly care about this motto.

I write this blog to try and help someone along the way. If my way of controlling diabetes can help someone else then I am "leaving a Legacy". It is not just about the products, it is not just about signing people up with Synergy, it is about making a difference and changing peoples lives. My goal here with Diabetic Help is to help others and change peoples lives.

If you wound like to take with me more about what I am doing or how I am controlling my diabetes, please e-mail me at I don't want to put my phone number out here but if you e-mail me and really want to talk I will send it to you.

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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Most Don't Think of Diabetes Complications

As you have read from this blog, you have heard me say many times that I am surprised at how many diabetics just don't take care of their disease. I found this article on WebMD and it is saying the same thing. This article also talks about the complications and how to avoid them.

Now that you have read this article you can see how important your blood flow and circulation can be. Many of the serious complications come from poor circulations and that is why I recommend Proargi 9 Plus. It increases blood flow and helps repair the damaged arteries.

If you are suffering from diabetes, you should give this a try. Click on the link below to learn more.


Friday, September 18, 2009

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