Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

Have a month’s supply of
medications available

Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

Wash your hands for
as long as it takes
you to sing “happy
birthday’’ twice

Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

Don’t go to your
doctor‘s office – call
first if you feel any
symptoms

Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

Don’t visit or come
close to any sick person – a virus can travel up to 13 feet!

Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

Brush well twice a day for two minutes to avoid possible inflammation

Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

7 to 9 hours sleep will help you fight
off infection and
reduce anxiety

Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

Drink enough fluids. Your urine should be a light yellow – if it’s darker, drink more!

Defending
Your Health

During COVID-19

Eat nutritient-rich meals that support your optimal health
and glucose control

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Eat More Foods That Love You 

Foods that love you – whole foods – provide you with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that work perfectly together to protect your health.

Begin to add these 8 powerfully beneficial foods to your everyday diet: 1) Eat more fresh leafy greens  2) Eat more vegetables and fruits  3) Eat more legumes   4) Eat more whole grains  5) Eat more cold-water fish        6) Eat more cultured dairy  7) Eat more nuts and seeds   8) Use more herbs   Read about how each of them will help to support and protect your metabolism. Read more>


The 5 Habits of Diabetes Wellness

Lifestyle is your most powerful weapon for fighting diabetes.

Every day, your health is being determined by literally hundreds of lifestyle choices. Some of these choices are good for you, while others are bad. With diabetes, it is essential that you become more aware of which is which. Read More >  


Train your tastebuds

Making excellent eating and cooking choices is easier when you make sure to have the healthiest ingredients on hand, while banishing the bad ones.

Over time, your taste buds will come to prefer fresh, natural foods over those with the high levels of salt, sugar, and fats often found in processed foods.  Read More>