How to Tackle Prediabetes in 3 Simple Steps
You’re smart, you are at the top of your career, you dress to impress, and you lead successful organizations or departments. Basically, you have it all together. You go, girl! BUT, at the same time you’re worried, stressed out, anxious and embarrassed, because you have just been diagnosed with prediabetes. Ugh!
You might be thinking, ‘Here I am, successful, doing important work, fearlessly leading others in my organization, but I can’t even take care of myself. How embarrassing!’ You have been told that pre-diabetes is a lifestyle disease, which translated means ‘You have let yourself go and brought this on yourself.’ Ouch, that hurts! At first, you’re in shock. You google ‘pre-diabetes’ and are overwhelmed by the sheer number of hits. You look at a few different sites, and they all say something completely different. It’s too much to even deal with right now.
Then you go into denial. ‘It can’t be true. Maybe the doctor made a mistake. Maybe it will just go away if I try to watch what I eat or start going to the gym again.’ But you don’t do anything for real, because you don’t exactly know WHAT to do.
Meanwhile, you haven’t even shared your diagnosis with anyone. It’s your secret and you wish you didn’t have to keep it. A diagnosis like pre-diabetes can be very scary. You know that it’s the beginning of a road that eventually leads to type 2 diabetes, and you know what awaits you at the end of that road. Problems with your eyes, loss of feeling in your limbs, and what about quality of life? You start to ponder your own mortality and only feel fear.
It’s ok. Take a deep breath. In... and Out...
Now listen closely.
What if I told you that...
You can move past that prediabetes diagnosis.
You can enjoy what you eat and won’t have to worry about others judging you any more.
You don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen to cook healthy meals.
You’ll maximize your time in the gym to work with your schedule – AND get the results you want.
You can relax and let go of your worries, because you have a coach who will guide you through this.
I’ve been trained as a Health Coach and know which Google results make sense and which don’t. I also have my experience working with women just like you to back me up. You’re not the first one going through this, and you won’t be the last. There are so many others who have done this – who have been in the same broken boat and instead of sinking, I taught them how to row.
Essentially, what I’m saying here is: you can turn this diagnosis into something positive. Use it to make big improvements to your life – all stuff you’ve been wanting to tackle anyway (weight loss and stress management, anyone?), but have just been putting off. You can turn your life around for the better.
The date is Thursday, 9/26 at 12pm CST.
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