I just checked my A1C and the results are very grim. My A1C increased by a full percentage point between September and December.
The reason? Well, I slacked off for about two months and stopped paying attention to my diabetes. And, as my A1C indicates, I am again forced to acknowledge (for the millionth time) that there is no time off from diabetes.
It is time to get my butt in gear and solve this problem. I know I can lower my A1C within the next month, but only if I start paying attention to my diabetes again.
Here's what I'm going to do.
1. I'm going to check my blood sugar more often.
2. I'm going to stop eating crap. Or, at least, I'm going to reduce the amount of crap-eating. This should be easier now that Christmas is over.
3. I'm going to reset my baseline blood sugar by doing a series of mini-fasts over the course of 3 days.
4. After I fix my baseline, I'll decide what to do next.
I'd like you to join me.
I'm inviting everyone on this list (type 1, type 2 and type 1.5) to join me for my next online Baseline Blood Sugar Challenge Event, which starts January 1. This is a 3-day blood sugar reset program.
Registration is FREE until December 31.
So, if your blood sugar is behaving badly thanks to the holidays, join me in setting our baseline blood sugars straight.
This is likely the last time I'll be offering this $59 web event for free, so if you haven't tried this yet (or if you did this in September and want to do it again), now is the time!
Will you join me?
Sure, I'd love to kick my baseline blood sugar's ass.
I'm not sure. Tell me more about it.
See you there!
With Betic Love,
P.S. If you'd like to invite a friend or family member, use one of the social share links below.
P.P.S. This course uses video, textual content and email. That means program registrants will get a daily email for 3 days. If you aren't available January 1-3, you can still register today and complete the course at a later date as long as you save the emails.