Taking Control of Your Health & amp; Well-Being


Are you ever wondering. Why despite all your best intentions. You cannot manage your health and well-being as you would like to? The answer to this question is found in Albert Einstein’s writings. Who reminded us that you cannot correct a problem with the same thinking that created it. Also. it is impossible to change old habits without acquiring new knowledge.

A seven-year 1996 Harvard Medical School study shows that around 70% of cancers can be prevented through lifestyle modifications. Additionally. Our diseases and ailments are caused mainly by stress. food. and our attitude. thoughts, or beliefs that lead us to pursue behaviors that cause disease. This raises the question: do we make conscious choices to be unhealthy, or do we not comprehend the connection between our thoughts about our behavior and the things we put in our bodies, and how can we keep ourselves healthy or get sick?

In a world flooded with health-related information, particularly online and on social media, we’re caught in the dilemma of having access to massive quantities of data but without any context that we can comprehend and use the information in a suitable way for our health requirements.


What happens at an atomic and physical level when you develop Mature Onset Type Diabetes? The beta cells specialized in the pancreas that make insulin cease producing enough of the vitally important production. It happens over some time and may begin within our bodies over time when we consume large quantities of foods that trigger insulin. 


As diabetes is a deficiency of nutrition at a nutritional or chemical level, it also lacks emotional nourishment at a mental/emotional level. It’s related to the “feel good” nourishment component of your body. Carbohydrates stimulate serotonin production. Serotonin, a neurotransmitter, gives us a feeling of happiness. There is a direct correlation between what our body is doing chemically and how we feel emotionally. If we are prone to craving or building our diet around carbohydrates, it can be a means to “self-medicating” our emotional needs by eating foods that trigger insulin production.

Problems with sugar can impact our emotional well-being if we suffer from an inoperable pancreas. It is functioning correctly. What could happen psychologically or somatically from the pancreas into the brain? If we feel the ups and downs of hypoglycemia and its biochemical/neurological symptoms, it may undermine our sense of security and self-esteem and produce anxiety and fear.

How can we identify the psychological aspect of the pancreas and diabetes? Most often, it is low self-esteem and anxiety about not being “good enough” or not being a part of it. The feelings cured by serotonin food may cause us not to probe deeply enough to understand the root of the health issues and allow the cycle of surface and feeding to go on.


On the nutrition side, The treatment for those who suffer from Mature Onset Diabetes is to lessen the strain on the pancreas. Eat less, and eat healthily. What type of diet is ideal for preventing Mature Onset Diabetes? Vegetables, veggies, and fruits, paired with lean protein sources like chicken, fish, or water, and a small amount of fruit and fat. If you are hypoglycemic, it is best to avoid eating grains or sugar. However, sprouted grain bread and many other options are healthy and satisfying.

Since hormones are chemical compounds, hypoglycemia and diabetes result from hormonal imbalances. We know that the hormonal system functions as a well-balanced interdependent system. It is an endocrine-related systemic disorder. If you suffer from a systemic issue such as diabetes, you are suffering from a problem with your body system. You don’t just have a disease on its own. 

Environmental/Internal & External

The surroundings we work in or walk through. Live in. or live in influence how we feel and think about ourselves.

How we behave can change the inner order of our lives. We achieve this by establishing boundaries and codes of conduct for how we behave, eat, exercise, and live. It starts with ourselves. Our experiences of being victimized may begin with our self-victimizing behaviors.

Spiritual/World View

The whole world is one family. The belief is that there is only one illness. The disease of separation. Which is the separation of oneself from the realization that we are all one organism. The competition causes isolation. The spiritual issue posed by diabetes and hypoglycemia appears to result from too or not enough valuing self-esteem. A judgment of self. and later the decision of others. What are our current positions on our journey to get to the reality that we all are equally important? The drama caused by a one-up. One-down scenario that we allow to happen as part of our lives can cause psychophysiology. Behavior issues can lead to and cause Mature Onset Diabetes.

Whole Health Education can transform the way we take good care of ourselves. It will help us gain a better insight into our medical issues. A multi-dimensional view that is logical in a manner that. Lets us benefit. The information effectively. Additionally. The information is present in a thoughtful. Respectful way that encourages everyone to consider the information. We have about our condition and health. As well as. how to solve. The issue and what kind of treatment. We would like to receive and allows each one of us to get holistic health care. Utilizing all health information. In turn. We are the main focus of our healing and health process, not the practitioners or doctors we consult for advice.





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