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Why Are Diabetics Not Being Told The TRUTH?

The current treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes is a complete disaster. Plus the current ‘dietary dogma’ that includes a heavy grain-based diet – is driving more and more people to insulin resistance and diabetes.

Why are Diabetics NOT being told the truth? Perhaps because it’s so influenced by financial interests and old dietary dogma. Any successful treatment should include recommending real food without sugar and carbs to naturally lower blood sugar and insulin response.

Putting sugar-rich desserts and cakes on the cover of “Diabetic Living” magazines (top image) is shocking in our opinion. The image here was taken from a simple Google image search and the covers of many of the magazine issues feature carb-heavy meals and desserts. It should be as unthinkable as recommending smoking on the cover of a lung disease magazine.

Some Dietitians are Appalled!

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Benefits of the ‘EAT SAVVY’ Diet & How to Get Started!

The ‘Eat Savvy’ Diet can help you transform your health and wellness!

Those who take action and follow the principles – shed excess fat, look & feel better, gain incredible levels of energy, and boost their mental focus!

The diet supports our ‘Easy as 1-2-3′ Wellness Philosophy and helps you effectively fuel your brain and body while ridding your life of the toxins and bad habits that are holding you back from being the person you really want to be!

While you may hear us speak about the science that backs the Eat Savvy Diet and the ‘biological reasons’ for following the Diet – you won’t need a degree in biochemistry or nutrition to start making huge changes in your all-around wellbeing – including your mood, your mental focus, and your body composition!

What is ‘Savvy’?

The word ‘savvy’ means – knowledgeable and well-informed, experienced and proficient, perceptive and practical!

Yes! We feel that describes us as a community, and certainly the Eat Savvy Diet.

What is the ‘Eat Savvy’ Diet

The Eat Savvy Diet is a breakthrough compilation of research-based dietary philosophies, that the whole family can follow!

It supports overall well-being by . . .

  • Limiting your exposure to man-made and natural toxins that can trigger inflammation and illness.
  • Improving the number and variety of micro-nutrients your body has access to.
  • Including foods that optimize your body systems and nurture your ‘M & Ms’. No, not those M&Ms . . . your ‘Microbiome‘ (all the bacteria in your gut) & your ‘Mitochondria‘ (the inner ‘powerhouses’ of your cells)

Higher energy levels, improved mental clarity, fat loss & muscle maintenance, reduce allergies, improved skin health  . . . are all positive outcomes from doing the right thing by your body by putting the right foods into it.

Have you ever started a diet and felt like you had to be perfect? Or you beat yourself up when you eat even a bite of something that is ‘off limits’ or on the ‘never permitted’ list? Many people feel this way, and this is one reason why diets often don’t produce sustainable results.

The Eat Savvy diet is different! It’s all about a spectrum or ‘sliding scale’ . . . and the more you choose to Eat ‘Savvy Foods’ the more you put the accelerator down and travel faster towards wellness!

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RECIPE: Banana, Date & Walnut Loaf ~ Low-Carb, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free & ‘Savvy’!

“Can you Have Your Cake and ‘Eat Savvy’ Too?”

We say YES . . . when it’s low-carb, grain-free, dairy-free and filled with healthy fats and nutritious ingredients!

While eating cake or other ‘treats’ often is ‘Not Savvy’ – part of the ‘Eat Savvy’ approach is that it’s OK to include ‘sensible indulgences’. Little times of indulgence that still fit within the ‘Eat Savvy’ philosophy of having your diet be low in toxins and allergens while being high in nutrition and beneficial ingredients and nutrients. Plus, having an alternative to some ‘not savvy’ sweet treat can help you stay on track to your goals, while still seeming ‘normal’ to your friends and family. (Of course, keep in mind that ‘normal’ is now overweight or obese according to statistics – so it’s good to be somewhat ‘abnormal’ LOL)

Our ‘Eat Savvy Banana Loaf’ recipe, that we’re sure you’ll adore!

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