My vision: to Eradicate Diabesity Worldwide by 2050. Is this possible? Here's a future headline and article you may find in a Trinidadian publication on my way to accomplishing this.
Not only is Trinidad and Tobago heavily dependent on food imports, but it is importing the Diabesity Pandemic as well!
Hello family, I wanted to do this as sort of a follow up to my Brown Sugar post. This is my accountability post. If I am talking so much about food and health, I should be practicing it in my own life, right? Well then, because you are reader and a member of this movement,… Continue reading Accountability: My Numbers – Pregnant, Vegan, Low Sugar, Kidney Donor, African-American Woman over 40… Curious?
I believe it is still being widely said and believed that Black and Latino people are more prone to diabetes than other ethnic groups. This would make us something of a Diabetes Diaspora, right? This suggests that God made some people with defects, inferior to others. I rebuke that notion of a Diabetes Diaspora. Obesity… Continue reading Brown Sugar: Is There Really a Diabetes Diaspora?
It is the story of my experience donating my left kidney to my dad and how, through the evaluation process, I discovered my own health challenges. This is the story of the birth of The Really Nourish Movement.
Question: Is it biologically inferiority of Black and Latino people that cursed us with higher rates of diabetes in our communities? Or was it the systematic urban segregation of our communities? Watch Now:
Once I decided, in May 2015, to join the battle against sugar and the ills that it causes, I realized two things: 1️⃣ Dang, I consume a lot more sugar than I thought I did! And 2️⃣ I need to replace what I'm eliminating with something that is not only not poisonous, but that is… Continue reading Nourish Bites: In the War on Sugar, You Need Weapons 🍌⚔