This month, Mr. Divabetic is talking about what it means to be "RADICAL" about your diabetes with inspiration from the Nina Simone. It's interesting to note that what might have seemed 'Radical' twenty or thirty years ago is most likely considered 'commonplace' today. Take for example, society's changing attitudes about what it means to be “healthy.”
From tennis superstar Serena Williams to Bill Clinton, it seems like everyone’s either ‘vegan’ or gluten-free’ today while only a few years back no one was using these terms! We’re quickly moving out stairmasters to make room for yoga mats.
The only thing wrong with being 'radical' about your health is that most of us don't do enough of it. We jump on the latest lifestyle trend, fad diet or fitness craze without investing the time, energy and effort into finding out if it’s the right solution for us with our healthcare providers.
In tribute to Nina Simone’s fantastic range as a performer, we’re showcasing her music courtesy of SONY MUSIC on this podcast. Guests: Poet Lorraine Brooks, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Stephanie Gaber, Pharm. D., CDE, Dr. Beverly "Dr. Bev" Adler, PhD, CDE, Mama Rose Marie Szadek and Best-Selling Author Lauren Hawkeye.
Diabetes Late Nite podcast game contestants receive a Nu Naturals gift basket filled with diabetic safe, low glycemic. tooth friendly sweeteners, a Cabot Cheese basket and Dr. Greenfield’s diabetic products for hands, body, face and feet.
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