It's fair to say, that right now, I'm feeling pretty sorry for myself. It happens from time to time, especially around this time of year. The clocks have gone back, darkness seems to descend in the middle of the afternoon, and it's either cold, or wet, or both. This year however it's a little different....
There is clearly much more to this insulin resistance (ie pre-diabetes) than just what we eat. As well as the obvious and much talked about 'obesity' factor, there are also correlations between exercise and insulin sensitivity, and sleep, whether it's sleep quality or quantity. My sleep quality is a bit erratic, so that might be a contributing factor to peculiar results.
In my post https://mawonavelo.com/2021/10/01/pre-diabetes-the-hidden-peril-in-your-body/ I mentioned that I planned to do some research and personally experiment to understand which foods and activities caused a spike in my blood glucose levels. Read on to find out more about my personal science experiment….
A few weeks ago I shared my story about why I simply HAD to complete PBP.
Its a scary fact that IBD is on the rise in the western world, and so more and more of us are likely to be affected with this debilitating illness.
The post that follows is not anything like I thought I would write about it, but I think it's important. It's very personal to me, and I've rarely discussed it, but I think that many others out there may be able to relate, and so this story will be told. I want to explain why it was so important to me to complete it, ideally within time, but even out of time if necessary. The reason is not what you would expect.