Lifestyle Changes Can Head Off Full-Blown Type 2 Diabetes!
Smith's New Program is the Healthy Approach to Managing Type
21 seconds someone is diagnosed with diabetes. The good
news is that Beachbody® has a fun, easy-to-use
lifestyle approach that can help manage type 2 diabetes.
If you've been searching
for a way to help you and your family get on the path
towards a more active and healthy lifestyle, as well as,
help reduce the risks of getting type 2 diabetes, then
Project You, Type 2 is the program for you.
Kathy Smith's Project You, Type 2 takes the guesswork out of
how to help prevent and control type 2 diabetes by providing
an easy-to-follow, step-by-step nutrition plan and
exercise program that works for all fitness levels! It
allows you to take charge of weight control, blood glucose
management, and carbohydrate counting with mouthwatering
real food, combined with fun exercise programs perfect for
every level of fitness.
The Good2Eat! Cookbook will teach you when to eat as
well as what to eat. Choose from a preplanned menu, use the
Good2Eat! Mix-and-Match Meal Cards
to create your own daily menu from a selection of meals
and snacks, or delve into some delicious new recipes for
entertaining your guests. The
focuses on the three key elements of fitness - cardio,
strength training, and flexibility/relaxation - all designed
to help you get moving and see results. Take back control of
your life and begin to learn how to enjoy a diet and
exercise program that will help you fight Type 2 Diabetes!
Kathy Smith's Project you, Type 2 comes with a combined
program guide and daily journal, where you can write down
your meals, snacks, and workouts to help you stick with the
program and track your progress everywhere you go.
Listen to What The Experts Have to Say About Type 2 Diabetes
guest speaker at the 2008 Coach Summit in Anaheim, CA,
Francine Kaufman, M.D., former president of the ADA and
director of the Center for Endocrinology, Diabetes, and
Metabolism at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, stated
some alarming statistics about type 2 diabetes, such as the
fact that she "had to order new scales in order to weigh
children over 300 pounds," and how "fat around your waist
doesn't just sit there. It's metabolically active, secreting
things into your systems that lead to all kinds of disease."
Yes, diabetes is a serious
problem in this country. But even small actions taken each
day have a cumulative effect, ultimately yielding big
rewards. What's more, unlike most medications, the side
effects that come with healthy living include a better body,
more energy, and a reduced risk of getting many health
conditions including type 2 diabetes - and the complications
of diabetes, such as cardiovascular, kidney, and eye
Kathy's quick tips for
managing type 2 diabetes:
Active! Kathy Smith's Project:YOU! Type 2 can help
you look and feel better, and help manage your glucose
- Get a Support
System: You can't do it alone. Make sure you have a
health care team, and surround yourself with encouraging
support. Beachbody has an incredible online community of
people who help each other stay motivated to succeed
with their Team Beachbody division.
- Track Your Progress
Daily: Keep writing down your food, workouts, blood
glucose readings, and moods in your personal Good2Go!
Journal so you know what works for you. WOWY®,
Beachbody's online gym, is full of great tools to help
keep your workouts on track, too!
Healthy Food Changes: Check with your health care
team before changing your diet. The amount of carbs you
eat affects your blood sugar more than anything else you
eat, such as proteins or fats. You'll find out that our
program is not about "no carbs" but eating "slow carbs."
In fact, you will be eating small amounts of carbs
throughout the day. That's why the Good2Eat!
Cookbook and Mix-and-Match Meal Cards are so great. They
have figured it all out for you.
This revolutionary program
is currently available for immediate shipping. To place your order
go to the main order page. We also have some
you can download, including the letter from the American
Diabetes Association (ADA) verifying their alliance with
If you have any questions or
comments about this program please feel free to contact me
using the contact form towards the top of this page, or by
calling me at (208) 898-4721. We are here as Team Beachbody
Coaches to help you every step of the way!
p. (208) 898-4721