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Glucose Control for Longer Life and Prevention and Reversal of Type 2 Diabetes

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Glucose management is important for many aspects of health. For those hoping to increase healthspan by following a low calorie diet, keeping glucose at healthful low levels is essential. Low blood glucose levels  activate longevity genes. For the 20 million with diabetes and 70 million with prediabetes in the U.S. and the millions more worldwide,… read more

CR Way Glucose Control Reverses Pre-diabetes

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A few years ago, a LivingTheCRWay Contributing Member got a diagnosis of prediabetes from her doctor. At 5.6, her HbA1c was a bit high. Other than that, she was in great health: perfect weight, good all-around scores on blood tests – including cardiovascular assessments. When she asked us for help, we suggested trying to reset the… read more

CR Way Teleconferences: Better than Email!

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  Have you ever written a detailed email about an important health-related topic? Perhaps you took time to find supporting studies, or included a carefully crafted personal anecdote. How long did it take you? Hours? Days? Even if your email was persuasively written, it might not communicate what you’d hoped to your audience. Your audience… read more

CR Way Support Group Makes Healthful Longevity Living Easier

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Many of you have said that your friends and family sometimes make CR Way living difficult. Members report that they are often encouraged to eat all kinds of unhealthful things and, sometimes, even your friends make fun of you when you choose healthful food for your meals.  Others have a hard time embracing the new… read more

The Challenge of Giving Up Sugar

To launch The CR Way to Great Glucose Control fall classes, we held the first get-to-know-you community meeting teleconference. This is an open discussion for all participants. Just listening to the reasons why people sign up for the course is helpful. It shows you ways to use CR Way resources to help with your dietary… read more

Invitation: CR Way to Great Glucose Control – Open Meeting!

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The CR Way to Great Glucose Control has its first open meeting teleconference this Sunday at 4 PM. All who have signed up for program or who have it in their membership benefits are encouraged to attend. People learn better in classes of  supportive, like-minded participants. These get-to-know-you teleconferences introduce participants, to the warm, friendly… read more

Better Glucose for Better Living – Longer!

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  When people join LivingTheCRWay, they often want to know how to get started. One of the best ways is to take The CR Way to Great Glucose Control classes. Here, you can get suggestions for foods to choose, delicious recipes, meal plans, the science behind the diet, ten steps to take, and live, hands-on instruction. For… read more

Pathogenic Microbes in your Mouth can give you a Heart Attack

Pathogenic Microbes Infect the Heart

You can eat a heart-healthy diet, exercise regularly, get long and satisfying sleep, meditate, and do any number of other heart-supporting activities. Yet if you have pathogenic microbes in your mouth, they could give you a heart attack. Flashback five years ago: my beautiful mother was alive. She looked great – At 85, she exercised… read more

The CR Way Vision for Protecting your Brain

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Two years ago, LivingTheCRWay launched an initiative to protect you from Alzheimer’s disease. Knowing that reduced retinal nerve fiber thickness (RNFL) may be predictive of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia, we sought to find the world’s leading expert to teach us all how to assess retinal nerve fiber thickness. That led to CR Way research… read more

Getting your Brain Ready for Peak Performance

One of the things I do to keep my brain sharp for science is to play chess online. But with all the new research projects at LivingTheCRWay, I had not had the time to play for two months. Finally, this past Sunday I felt that I could take an hour out to play a game… read more