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What I EAT & How I WORKOUT | Day in the life

What I EAT & How I WORKOUT | Day in the life


Welcome to this day in the life vlog! You’ll see everything I eat, my workout, & lots more in between!

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My name is Maryana Dvorska! My channel is mostly vlogs that are based around health (both mental & physical), as well as fashion, and other random bits and pieces of my life! I post lots of full days of eating videos, easy & healthy recipes, mental health chats, & now my new pup. We both hope you stick around!

Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss – Focus on Exercising And Not Your Body Weight

When starting a weight loss journey, there are more than a few things to keep in mind. Since it is a long and often tedious process, let us start by saying you should have the right mindset from the onset. Nothing will be accomplished overnight. This includes other issues you may be tackling at the same time, like lowering your blood sugar and improving your blood cholesterol profile.

Things to Note Before Embarking on a Weight Loss Plan

There are many reasons as to why you may want to shed those extra kilos from your body. There are those that may do it for personal reason, while others do it for health. When you are fit, then you can reduce the risk of getting certain ailments like type two diabetes and heart diseases.

Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating – Going Vegetarian Can Be Healthy

We have all heard eating a vegetarian diet can be good for our health. It helps lower your cholesterol levels, keeps your calorie intake down, and increases your intake of nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables. But, are there instances where this may hinder your progress? As it turns out, there are. Let us look at three reasons why the vegetarian diet you thought was so healthy may be causing you more harm than good…

Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss – Tips to Help You Eat Smart When Dining Out

Whether you are on a diet or not, you are going to dine out now and then. Ideally, it will not be too often, because it is better for your health to be cooking the majority of your meals yourself. But considering you will have social events and you will want to eat out on occasion, it is important to know how to do it correctly. Even if you are following a weight loss protocol, it is possible to eat out and not hinder your progress. If you have Type 2 diabetes, you can still eat out without having to ask for a diabetic-friendly meal. But there are some things you must do.

Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss – Why You May Not Be Losing Weight

There is a reason why you may not be losing weight, and it has nothing to do with your diet. At least not directly. You may be struggling with weight loss because you do not feel compelled to lose weight. If you do not feel a nagging urge to drop the pounds, you are not going to have enough motivation to see it through. Let us state the obvious: most people would like to lose some weight. Most of us feel we have extra fat to spare. It serves us no benefit. Not only would a leaner version of ourselves look better, but also be healthier. Every one of us could do better in this regard.

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