Controlling Type II Diabetes – part 2

image of life-style changeAre you struggling with your attempts to control diabetes? You are not alone, I am too. Fortunately, I am winning and maintaining my changed lifestyle. I am not bragging, but want to encourage YOU! Controlling diabetes is NOT easy, however, it IS possible. Please review my previous posts:  “Diabetes, Take it Seriously” and “Controlling Type II Diabetes – part 1

If you are a fan of Dr. Oz:

“I have developed a four-week strategy to help at-risk patients start down a healthier path. It’s a gradual process, with each week building on the last. Just remember: This isn’t a simple diet-and-exercise plan. It’s a whole new philosophy that could save your life.” Read more: Dr Oz’s 4-week diabetes prevention plan; link provided courtesy of

Many experts agree that one of the most effective tools in controlling diabetes is? OK, I will not make this a question and answer session. The answer is YOU; YOU have to exercise and control what YOU eat. I can only speak from experience “CHANGE YOUR LIFE-STYLE!”

I am not trying to be a pest, we are in this together…it helps to be informed.

image of you can win

You can win, stop saying and thinking that you cannot do it! Often we defeat ourselves by less-than-positive thinking. You can change your lifestyle, you can live a normal life. YOU CAN WIN the battle with diabetes!

“…aerobic exercises (walking, running, swimming, biking, treadmills) are the best and fastest way in controlling type II diabetes…” excerpt from an article by Leonardo Sy

“Visiting a primary care physician is one of the most important things you can do to prevent complications from diabetes.” excerpt from a post by Harriet N. Davis, MD “5 things type 2 diabetics should discuss with their doctor

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About Bishop Tim

Born in 1952, I consider myself to be very blessed in that I have lived a very full life, with many experiences in what I consider to be the three most significant areas of life, Personal, Professional, and Spiritual. I am a fully recovered drug addict/dealer who did many things in the past that I now use to minister to others since 1977. A Vietnam era veteran, retired computer engineering executive/computer geek (web and graphics design, programmer, consultant and analyst), husband, father and grandfather, minister, amateur photographer, artist, musician, vocalist, instructor/teacher and chef... I strive to fulfill my purpose in life “liberating God’s people” with sound truth. Sound Truth Ministry has the freedom to provide the unadulterated Word of God. We have no overhead, physical building or congregation to try to please and we are not asking for money. All that we do is provided "free of charge". "Heal the sick, raise the dead to life again, heal those who have skin diseases, and force demons out of people. I give you these powers freely, so help other people freely." Matthew 10:8
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2 Responses to Controlling Type II Diabetes – part 2

  1. Interesting post. Keep on writing! 🙂

    I hope you have a beautiful day!!! 😀 😀 😀

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