Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Feeling Good Podcast; it’s great to be alive. On this feel good day we are answering a question from Alison, who was recently diagnosed with prediabetes. Alison is wondering what she can do now, to prevent developing diabetes. Dr. Phil shares advice on being proactive, and taking control of your health, in order to counteract diabetes.
Key Takeaways from This Podcast:
[2:25] November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, and Dr. Phil discusses how we can focus on prediabetes first.
[3:54] What does it mean to be prediabetic?
[4:32] How to tell if you might be prediabetic.
[5:46] Is it possible to prevent type 2 diabetes?
[6:36] Dr. Phil shares three simple daily habits that can prevent diabetes.
[9:22] How to get started on a path toward better health.
[10:06] Dr. Phil shares information about his new book to be published in 2017.
[11:08] Share the Feeling Good Podcast with others struggling with prediabetes and diabetes.
[11:38] This episode’s Feeling Good Superhero is Alison, who contacted Dr. Phil about her prediabetic diagnosis, and is taking action toward stopping diabetes in her life.
[12:55] Discover more about Dr. Phil’s online course on the 7 keys to living happy, healthy and whole at www.carsonnatural.com/7keys.
[13:30] Have health questions? Visit carsonnatural.com & click on the ‘Ask Dr. Phil’ microphone to record your questions, or email them to [email protected].
Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Carson Natural Health & Wellness Consulting – Facebook page
Dr. Laura Washington
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