Whether you have been following this blog for several years, or like most people you are a new subscriber, or simply just stumbled upon this site during a google search, with time there comes a challenge. The content becomes buried beneath newer content and sometimes older content is still very relevant.
I found this challenge to be an issue a couple of weeks ago as I started working with a new client on reversing his metabolic syndrome. As he fervently searched the internet or discovered some new information about his blood sugars he would send me a message.
And most times, I’d respond with a link to a blog post I had published in the past. This got me thinking if I simply sent my client to my blog how was he to know how to navigate the wealth of information contained here?
Introducing the Mini-course series
And so I have decided once a month to create a post series that highlight a short collection of blog posts that share a similar theme.
The first of this series is about healthy blood sugar control. This series consists of four blog posts designed so you can get through them easily.
You can also save these posts and refer to them in the future.
Blog post 1– Diabetes is not only about blood sugars. The ABCs of knowing your diabetes numbers- In this article, you will gain a basic understanding of what the different blood tests important to know as it relates to reducing complications and achieving healthy control of type 2 diabetes.
Blog post 2– When it comes to healthy blood sugar control, one experience any person living with Type 2 diabetes may run into is the lousy feeling they begin to experience even when their blood sugars begin to drop into the normal range. In this article, I share how to bring blood sugars down without feeling that way.
Blog post 3- Another challenge for even the seasoned individual living with Type 2 diabetes may be how to check blood sugars several times a day in order to get a better idea of “sugar spikes”. Are they first thing in the morning? Late at night? Or after a meal? This article shares ways to check your blood sugars once a day whilst still providing vital information.
Please note- this strategy should not be used if you are on insulin and have to inject several times a day.
Blog post 4- The final article in the series relates to how to reduce low blood sugar complications. Hypoglycemia is dangerous complication and should be avoided as best as possible.
I would love to read your feedback about how you’ve enjoyed the article mini-series. Also, please send me suggestions about some topics you would like to learn more about.
You can also download a free copy of my e-book which highlights the first three chapters of my award-winning book, “Dr. Eno’s A-to-Z Guide to Thriving with Type 2 Diabetes” by clicking here.
To your Health and Wellbeing,