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A Work In Progress — The Experiment That Is My Life

For the first time in ages, I feel optimistic about a plan to get my health moving in the right direction again.  It seems like I’ve been spinning my wheels — even backsliding — since last summer.  After a visit … Continue reading

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Transformation Update: 09/02/13

While “Transformation Day” has long since passed, I’m still making progress toward meeting my goals.  I thought I’d start posting regular updates again for those who’re interested. I had some labs ordered at my last doctor’s visit.  I went and … Continue reading

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New Milestone

Over the past few days, I started seeing numbers on the scale that I hadn’t seen since 2008 (as far as I can recall.) On Saturday, I hit a new low since trying to take control of my health back … Continue reading

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New Doctor, New Direction

Last week, I promised a blog post dedicated to the issues that have sidetracked my journey to better health, so here goes! It won’t be a short post, but it should be pretty thorough. After the new year, I was … Continue reading

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Liberty Alert: Man Blogs Paleo Message, Could Face Jail Time

North Carolina blogger, Steve Cooksey, could face misdemeanor charges and jail time for sharing his positive experiences with a low-carb, Paleo lifestyle.  According to the North Carolina Board of Dietetics and Nutrition, Cooksey is practicing “dietetics and nutrition” without a … Continue reading

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Diabetes and Blood Sugar Control: Important Preparedness Topics

According to the National Diabetes Education Program website, 25.8 million Americans suffer from diabetes.  Another 79 million Americans, myself included, have pre-diabetes.  Bearing in mind these staggering numbers, chances are that we all know someone whose life is affected by … Continue reading

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