Category Archives: Diabetes

Sleep Deprivations Connection to Weight Gain, Increased Health Risk and Death

How many of you have a tendency to stay up late and then eat too much before bed time? Do you wake up with little energy and then eat too much throughout the day?  Believe it or not there is a connection between long term sleepless nights, increased weight gain, disease and death. Many are also unaware how sleep deprivation changes habits and behaviors and mood long term and how that increases other health risks. (more…)

Energy Drinks, Health Risk and Death Connection

Updated: 14 May 2020, by Marc Woodard So what energy, soda or caffeinated drink and in what volume is considered safe? The following recommendations for caffeine ingestion vary, but a good average across the board looks to be: adults can consume around 400mg/day of caffeine, pregnant women should stay below 300mg/day. A five-year old child should consume no more than 1 soda/day at 45mg caffeine [at the most]. And if you include a caffeinated soda (more…)

Fat Burning Puzzle Piece Changing Lifestyles

What many weight watchers and/or weight loss resolution plans have in common is an annual goal to lose body fat weight. But what people lose sight of who set these goals and New Year’s Resolution… finding a daily fat burning exercise activity [they enjoy] that motivates and compliments other healthy lifestyle changes necessary to stay the course. In my opinion, there’s one piece of the weight loss puzzle that’s more important than any other lifestyle (more…)