"The more carbs you remove, the more stable your blood sugars will be." -Hanna Boethius
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Hanna Boëthius has lived with Type 1 Diabetes as her constant companion for 34 years, and it was as if her whole life fell into place when she started eating real food in 2011. Since her wake up call, she has gained much of her health back, thanks to simply eating the right things and nutrients for her body.
Hanna is an international speaker, writer, podcaster and action taker, who loves diabetes topics that are off of the beaten track. She’s passionate to find motivational and inspiring ways to bring about a change in diabetes management. Through her own company, Hanna Diabetes Expert, she’s inspired thousands of people with diabetes to live a healthier life by sharing her own story and experiences, as well as the puzzle pieces she’s helped others to find. She has a profound understanding of how things like nutrition and lifestyle choices can balance diabetes.
She is also the co-founder of the very first interactive, 100% real food event of its kind in Europe, called The Low Carb Universe, where a mix of lectures and workshops make it possible to dig deeper into interesting topics and learn from one another. She’s furthermore the co-host of the podcast The Low Carb Universe Show.
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Link to the study mentioned in the ad:
Improving effects of the mushroom Yamabushitake (Hericium erinaceus) on mild cognitive impairment: a double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18844328)