FREE Q&A with Dr Josie Levine “Making changes to improve your health”

Diabetes behavioral specialist Dr Josie Levine is offering a FREE TELECONFERENCE  on how to avoid the trap of knowing ‘what’ to do, but not “how” to achieve it.

Register now and join me on Wednesday, January 8 or Tuesday, January 21 while I answer your questions about Type 2 Diabetes and how to make changes to improve your health and wellbeing.

I hear this all the time from CDE’s and medical personnel…”Although they have the information, my patients aren’t able to do what’s best for them.”

Actually, that’s pretty generalizable for us all.

Information alone doesn’t make us change ingrained habits. What and how much we eat are among the most difficult things to adjust.

But it’s doable, with a little help.

And help is available, join me for a FREE Q&A where I’ll answer your questions on how to help either yourself or your patients get traction.

Click Your Preferred Date Below to Register

Wednesday, January 8th at 1 pm Pacific (3 pm Eastern)

Tuesday, January 21st at 10 am PST (1 pm Eastern)

Send me your questions ahead of time to ensure they’re addressed! Click here to submit a question and I’ll answer it on the Q&A.

I look forward to ‘”seeing” you there.

Be well,

Josie

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Comments

  1. tmana says:

    General comments: a lot of lifestyle-change issues with Type 2 diabetes are keyed to socioeconomic context: healthy food and medication compliance are limited by budget; food choices may also be limited by proximity to healthy food, family pressure (the rest of the family refuses to buy/eat healthy, or crowd out space for healthy food with junk food), and time (to shop, prepare, and eat – health competes with full-time jobs, second jobs, long commutes, etc.) Exercise may also be limited by unsafe neighborhoods and/or the amount of time needed to commute to/from one or more jobs, do housework, care for other family members, etc.

    It is difficult to start or maintain healthy lifestyle changes if these issues (budget, safety, availability, family, work time, and commuting) are not all taken into account.

    • admin says:

      As if living with diabetes isn’t difficult enough, all the aspects you list certainly can add complications. Starting small can lead to growth, Good luck, and join us for the teleconference if you can.

  2. MARCIA D. SMITH says:

    Hi Josie we are on the same mission helping other make lifestyle behavioral changes for managing diabetes. I would to be able to take my work into towns, cities, and states across this great nation. How can I help you please let me know. I would love to talk with you there is so much I can learn from you.
    Marcia

  3. Corinthia Loblack, Bp-C, CCP says:

    Questions?

    Is it okay for a person with diabetes to skip meals?
    How can one gauge portion size without a scale?
    How do I adjust my diet when I can’t afford the diabetic diet?
    Why don’t you talk to my wife? She is the one who cooks.
    we eat out a lot, what do I do?

  4. Elizabeth Rosenberry says:

    Poor healthcare habits and lifestyle are at the core of multiple health disparities; Type 2 Diabetes being one of them. I believe there are multiple reasons why the United States is seeing a rise in these disparities, one is due to high unemployment, and other hardships, in some areas.

    I’m very interested in helping others make educated decisions about their health, and making lifestyle changes, and look forward to more information from you. Accountability for one’s own health is vital, not only to the individual but to society, and education is key.

  5. Elizabeth Rosenberry says:

    I’m very interested in hearing from you on this subject. Type 2 Diabetes, along with other health disparities, is rising to epidemic proportions here in the United States; with multiple reasons a to why. Education is vital to the public and the health care team if we want to see changes. I believe it can be done.

    Do you have ideas on ways to encourage individuals to make healthy lifestyle changes? Individuals can be educated, but may lack resources and or motivation. I would like to see more incentives offered to the people, by the people.

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