Dr. Cori Talks Food Additives

Top 5 Food Additives You Should Avoid But Are Likely Eating

When making healthy lifestyle changes, most people only consider what foods they should and shouldn’t be eating…

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Hi! Dr. Cori here.  I'm so excited you decided to join me on the blog.  I love to write posts that inspire you to be more intentional about your health, mindset, and lifestyle.  I'll also help you master what you need to know to prevent, manage, and reverse diabetes, all while still enjoying your life and not wasting your time being preoccupied with the food you eat.  No more sacrificing your health to have the life you want!  

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Suddenly everyone is an expert.

In a few weeks of self-isolation, I have seen people who think they have a platform talk about health in a way that they have no experience or training to do.

It’s Time For Real Talk…

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You’ve heard Dr. Cori talk about this before, but where you get your information is extremely important. Be aware of how people share information with you and if you feel that something you hear or see or read applies to you, consult your health care provider. Information shared online is meant to create awareness and encourage you to take charge of your own health with the support of a health care team when appropriate. Be wary of general statements that make claims without supportive follow-up.

Don’t Believe The Hype!

Wellness Wednesday

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Dr. Cori share the one word that instantly relieves stress

We’ve discussed on the last few Wellness Wednesdays the impact of our lifestyle on our blood sugar. And one way that impact may manifest is type 2 diabetes. People have even coined type 2 diabetes a lifestyle disease more often referring to food intake than some of the lifestyle characteristics I have been describing. Traditionally diabetes education always centered around food, even though there were six other topics within the curriculum, every patient visit focused on food.

What is Type 2 Diabetes Really?

Wellness Wednesday

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Wellness Wednesday: Where Do I Start?

So we’ve talked the last couple of weeks about how our lifestyle is impacting our health. And many of you are like yes Dr. Cori, I get it, I’m on board, how the heck do I start? I mean that’s the hard part right. Starting… Listen in for my 3 suggestions on getting started.

Habits Are Hard… How Do I Start?

Wellness Wednesday

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Yoga is More Than Exercise with Dr. Cori

It kind of bugs me when people refer to yoga as exercise. It’s so much more than that. In fact asana, the actual postures people refer to as “exercise”, is only one of the 8 limbs of yoga. That means there are 7 other ways to practice yoga. If you study the root of the word yoga, it means to yoke or to unite.

Yoga is So Much More Than Exercise

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Wellness Wednesday

Adrenaline or epinephrine is your short-term, acute stress hormone.  It’s designed to help you get out of danger quickly.  It is the hormone that promotes the fight or flight response, that results in your blood supply being diverted to your periphery, (i.e.) arms, legs.  In order for your body to have the energy to fully execute on the fight or flight system, you need fuel or energy, and the most readily available source of energy in the body is glucose.

Why It’s Important to Suppress the Stress

Wellness Wednesday

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If you have diabetes, you have likely been told by somebody, I hope, to eat foods that are low-glycemic. And I would agree and advocate the same regardless of diabetes status. In fact, the foundation of chronic disease management and prevention is aligned with eating low-glycemic foods. There are a few nuances to that, depending on the condition, but in general, eating low-glycemic foods minimizes fluctuations in blood sugar and minimizes inflammation.

Low-Glycemic vs. High-Glycemic… What Does It Really Mean?

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The not so great truth about agave

I was recently having a conversation or actually inserted myself into a conversation while having my nails done at the spa about agave. One woman made the comment that she didn’t use agave because it’s so bad for you, and the person doing her nails agreed, saying, “oh no, agave is so bad for you”. Here is where I inserted myself into the conversation…

Is Agave ‘Good’ or ‘Bad’ For You and Why Should I Listen To You?

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Dr Cori Yoga

Yoga is so much more than poses on a mat. In fact, did you know that yoga can literally change your health? Anywhere from reducing anxiety, to lowering blood pressure, to balancing hormones, to alleviating pain from fibromyalgia, to lowering blood sugar in people with diabetes. The list goes on and on. This week, let’s focus our attention on the benefits yoga has on diabetes.

Diabetes and Yoga: Simple Poses for Balancing Blood Sugar

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