MomShap’s Isagenix Tips for Diabetics
and those with blood glucose issues not yet diagnosed as Diabetes
Isagenix is not a cure for any disease. I firmly believe, however,
that the Creator placed elements our bodies need to thrive within
our reach on the earth, and that He did not include visits to the
pharmacy in the original plan for our health. Man has polluted the
earth, sprayed poison on everything, and created nutritionally-
bankrupt processed food. People suffer from a lack of nutrition,
while battling toxicity. I have become convinced this is what
causes nearly all disease. A house with a faulty foundation has no
hope of lasting.
What Isagenix products will do for you is enable you to make
incredibly healthy choices at relatively little cost or effort. The
minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and digestive enzymes will allow
your body to heal from the foundation up. You will, often within
just a few hours, “feel” that your body is getting what it requires.
At first, when we are attempting to get in good control of your
glucose numbers, let’s try the multiple shakes per day approach.
You may find this is unnecessary, but closely monitor your blood
sugar levels and then we’ll decide, along with your doctor.
You may try one of or more of the following:
• a whole shake with 1 scoop each of IsaLean and IsaPro
(unflavored whey protein), blended into a total of 8oz
• half a shake using a half scoop of each product in 4oz
• a super fortified shake with two scoops of IsaLean and one
scoop of IsaPro blended into a total of 8-10 oz water/ice (I
love shakes made this way.) That gives you a total of 41
grams of exceptional quality protein, with only 28 grams of
Of course, the secret is in the balance, which is what makes this so
effective. You will know very quickly how these foods affect your
blood sugar. Your doctor will help you know which medications
to cut down on, and a timeline for eliminating them altogether,
should that be appropriate.
If the shake has a bland taste to you (which will change as your
nutritional choices change and your body begins to detoxify), you
may add different flavors of the natural sweetener, Stevia. Try
peppermint or English Toffee in the chocolate. You may also add
one tablespoon of organic, unsweetened cocoa powder (which is
surprisingly healthy) along with Stevia. This adds only 3gms of
carbs, and actually adds a gram of protein! Whatever helps you get
this nutrition into you as your body learns new eating habits is
probably better than the alternative.
Fiber is very important to your goal of leveling out your blood
sugar. Sprinkle flax seeds on anything and everything. This will
also provide the heart-healthy omegas you require. It’s preferable
to stay as close to the original as possible, so we again will strive
for raw, organic flax seed. Many experts believe grinding them
JUST prior to using will preserve the nutritional content. I throw
them into my IsaBlender whole, in the shake, and they are ground
perfectly right in the shake. Do you like Mexican-style chocolate?
Try adding cinnamon to your shake.
Let’s have you cut out some things like:
• Artificial sweeteners (Splenda, Nutra-Sweet…)
• Anything “white” (aka stripped of nutrition)
• Processed foods such as deli meat, boxed meals, etc
• Red meat (just for a while)
• Potatoes (don’t hit me) just for now
On the other hand, get lots of these:
• Raw vegetables of all sorts eaten until you turn green
• Vegetable proteins (eaten in balance of course – watch the
carbs) such as garbanzo beans, quinoa, lentils, mung beans
(very tasty alternative to mashed potatoes, believe it or not),
• raw almonds.
• Steamed cauliflower with coconut oil and sea salt is so
delicious you’ll never miss potatoes.
FISH – wild caught. Eating safe wild caught fish raw is great, but
you may convection bake it, or “fry” in coconut oil.
Poultry – prefer free-range and/or organic no skin, little fat
GOOD fats like avocado, coconut oil, almonds, flax oil/seed
Snacking is important to keep your blood sugar level. Here
are some ideas:
• half an organic apple with a little peanut butter
• organic string cheese (try almond cheese!)
• hummus on raw vegetables
• boiled eggs
• sliced tomato with mozzarella cheese
• unsweetened yogurt with stevia and flax seeds
• tuna wrapped in romaine lettuce leaves
• mashed garbanzo beans with dill relish spread on ½ super
thin whole grain sandwich bun (that’s one of my favorites)
For a treat (if you have vanilla IsaLean), you may sprinkle fresh
berries with vanilla IsaLean powder and stevia, stir, and enjoy
amazing berries and cream ala healthy.
Try to have some protein going into your body about every 2 hours
during the day.
• Breakfast at 8 (shake!)
• Snack at 10
• Lunch at noon
• Snack at 3
• Dinner at 6
• Snack at 8
ANY of these snacks can be half a shake. A good emergency
stomach quieter is a teaspoon of dry shake powder directly into
the mouth. Works like a charm.
PLAN AHEAD by purchasing dried beans, etc, and soaking them.
Cook what you will use in 2-3 days, and always have cooked beans
on hand in the fridge. Think about what you will snack on well
ahead of time so that you are never caught in a pinch and
experience a sharp drop or spike in blood sugar. I cook all dried
bean products in organic vegetable broth for the great flavor. I
choose to avoid pig products, which is of course personal
preference. Lentils and garbanzos are delicious cooked in
vegetable broth with tumeric and a little cayenne pepper. When I
have a bowl of cooked garbanzos in the fridge, it is used in salads,
omelets, as sandwich filling, and as a snack right from the bowl.
Use spices! Add cayenne, ginger, cinnamon, tumeric – and add
Drink 80 – 120 oz filtered water daily. You may add a squeeze of
lemon for flavor and for the alkalizing effect on the body. If you get
sluggish bowels, have your first-thing-in-the-morning water hot.
Strive for a full 64 oz prior to 1pm. Chug, chug, chug. If you are
buying Cleanse For Life, you may sprinkle some in your drinking
water for the mineral content and flavor.
If you are choosing to do a nightly cleanse, drink 2 – 4 ounces of
‘Cleanse For Life’ at bedtime on an empty stomach.
Move it or lose it! If you are not currently enjoying at least 20
minutes per day of sustained activity – get moving, friend! Start by
walking a distance you are physically able to handle. Walking is
the most natural, and possibly the most beneficial exercise.
Challenge yourself as you become stronger, by adding weights,
doing lunges and/or bursts of speed during your walks. Practice an
attitude of gratitude as you walk, breathing in both the air and the
beauty of our world. You are blessed. Many experts agree that
overcoming illness is much easier if the patient has a positive
outlook. Try speaking those things you are grateful for, out loud,
as you walk. Be thankful that you have the ability to make changes
which will impact your health for good!
Your success is my success. We are a TEAM. Use IsaDiary (ask me
how if you don’t know). Use the Podcasts. Go into your back
office and find the information from our elite panel of health care
professionals. Always know that I am happy to answer your
concerns or find an answer if I don’t know something.
I appreciate you. God bless you!
Ruth Shapovalov (MomShap)
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