Waking with elevated blood glucose may be an early red-flag and warning sign of future elevated blood pressures.

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Some think that elevated early morning blood sugar is called pre-dawn syndrome.  But it is a little more than that.  In the next week, we will look more closely at blood pressure and what it is really telling us, but let’s first gain clarity on pre-dawn syndrome. Pre-dawn syndrome is an event that may happen to people with diabetes; albeit, more often seen in type 1 diabetes rather than type 2.  Waking with elevated blood glucose levels is the main […] Read more »

Healthy Meal Planning Tips

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We have wrapped up a discussion on the insulin/cortisol cycle, high vs. low insulin secreters and the affects of stress/PTSD on cortisol and weight gain with a webinar last night.  On my facebook fan-page, I have submitted step-by-step photos for easy meal planning that will aid you in adjusting your cortisol cycle and lose weight.   Read more »