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Diabetes: The Myths and The Facts

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KickAss Radio

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KickAss Radio welcomes two spokeswomen from The American Diabetes Association: Lisa Moser, former Mrs. International, and Cambree Moser, Miss Ohio International 2014, to talk about some important health fact from their real life experiences.

Diabetes has always had a grip on their family because Cambree Moser’s dad has had Type 1 diabetes since age 17. When Cambree was age 12, she really felt its strength when her 9 year old sister was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and the dynamic of their family changed dramatically. It was at that time that Cambree realized how powerful food was and the importance of how we care for our bodies. Her dad and sister’s lives both depend on how well they eat and take care of themselves. The quality of all peoples’ lives depends on that same thing. As Miss Ohio, she is partnering with the American Diabetic Association as a spokesperson for living a healthy lifestyle and teaching people how to start at any age.

Lisa Moser is a passionate and energetic speaker with years of motivational speaking experience. Her enthusiasm for sharing her vision of empowerment is evident from her achievements. She started her public speaking after winning the Miss Ohio pageant, where she traveled extensively speaking to youth and teens on a positive self-image and being physically as well as mentally fit.

Presently, Lisa does motivational speaking AND SEMINARS throughout the United States to corporations, sports teams, health and wellness organizations and business owners. She is also an international trainer with a health and wellness company, as well as a spokesperson for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Visit Lisa Moser’s website.

Visit Cambree and Arlaine Moser’s website.