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The inspiration for this book club came from my experience with a good friend. In four weeks, I was able to help him go off of his metformin and manage his type 2 diabetes with diet and exercise. How did I do that that? He shared his blood sugar data with me. I coached him on the questions he needs to ask his healthcare professional and showed him how to use the Sugar Happy Diabetes Guide book when he had a specific question.
I am looking forward to meeting you and answering questions you may have. Don’t expect any medical advice. My skill is to help you understand your diabetes and coach you in working with your healthcare professional team to achieve the results you have both set for your blood sugar target range.
My Question to You:
What is your Number 1 issue with diabetes? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know what your concerns are so we can discuss it in our book club.
What You Will Learn on Jan 14th?
~ How you can still get a high or low blood sugar when you follow your healthcare professional’s advice?
~ The amazing results you can experience from making minimal changes
~ How does your medication really work? Identify which one was prescribed to you and why
~ Reversing diabetes complications
~ What is your medical device telling you?
~ Learn from other people with diabetes how they manage their blood sugars
What You Need When Joining the Sugar Happy Book Club?
~ Purchase this offer for $38.95. Once you have completed your payment- you will have immediate access to the Sugar Happy e-book and audiobook for our 60 minute discussion.
~ After your purchase is complete, you will receive a Zoom invitation with a link for Thursday Jan 14th at 4 pm PDT.
What Do Healthcare Professionals Say About Sugar Happy?
“This is a wonderful diabetes guide written by the editor/publisher of the highly- regarded Diabetes Health periodical. It is an easy-to-read paperback, especially for those recently diagnosed or those who wish to improve their current diabetes management. It benefits from the author’s substantial experience with diabetes in her family. The comprehensive approach offers many tools to help – both devices and personal tips, plus moral support.”
—Gary Arsham MD Ph.D. FACP
“This book gives the reader a personal perspective on not only living with diabetes but also caring for someone with this disease. It is presented in a simple, easy to understand format that offers the emotional issues that both families and those with diabetes deal with daily. Kudos to Nadia for providing this information that is useful to both professionals and nonprofessionals alike.”
—Dr. Kathleen Palyo DNP BC-ADM
I must commend the depth of knowledge Nadia has been able to put in writing and the simplicity of it all. As a doctor, myself, I have learned and relearned a great deal and I have no doubt that this would be a useful book to persons living with diabetes and their family. Actually, I find that there are principles touched that relates to many more chronic illnesses as well. The order of the content was equally greatly done.
– Dr. Kelia General Practitioner (GP)