The Diabetes Defense: Preventing and Managing Diabetes
Between 1980 and 2020, the number of people living with diabetes across the world nearly quadrupled from about 108 million to 422 million. As many as 90% of these individuals have Type II Diabetes.
The fight against this chronic disease persists, with new research explaining not only what triggers Type II Diabetes, but also how to prevent, manage and even reverse it.
Medical and pharmacological interventions have done little to control Type II Diabetes. However, reliable medical research suggests that lifestyle intervention strategies may succeed in the management, prevention, and reversal of Type II Diabetes. The following course delivers an evidence-based program for improving diet, physical activity, sleep and happiness, an approach that safely mitigates Type II Diabetes and other chronic metabolic diseases. Following this program, creates and maintains sustained improvements in blood pressure, cardiovascular lipid markers, insulin resistance, and total body weight [BMI].