Many people notice a sensitivity to food. They get cranky, irritable, some get headaches, and many other symptoms when they haven't eaten. Sometimes this type of thing gets extreme, and is made worse by eating foods that are quick sugars (also known as high on the glycemic index). Obesity coupled with food sensitivity are known precursors to diabetes. A correct diet, exercise and healthy body weight are easy ways to prevent the perils of type 2 diabetes. Which includes insulin shots, poor eyesight, poor circulation, need to inject insulin, dialysis, and eventually amputation or death. I strongly urge you to seek advice and help from fitness experts to make sure you're not part of the 1 in 2 that has this disease!
- I believe in an organic approach to health, including personal accountability. I am a personal trainer, certified strength and conditioning specialist, and I teach bootcamps, back and abs classes, TRX suspension training and Piyo- an athletic blend of yoga pilates, dance and more. I graduated Sonoma State University with my BS in Kinesiology, exercise science, and am in the process of getting my MBA from JFKU. California isn't a place- its a state of being ;)