The Diabetes Online Community (#DOC): Who/What/When/Where/Why Is It?

Back in 2015, I was working feverishly on completing my first book, Unleash Your Inner Diabetes Dominator, How to Use Your Powers Of Choice, Self-Love and Community to Completely Change Your Relationship with Diabetes for the Better. It took me almost four years to complete that book, and I’m still profoundly grateful and humbled by the consistent positive feedback it continues to receive to this day.

One of the topics I cover in great detail in the book is the power of community (it is in the title of the book, after all) – the incredible, life-changing, epically powerful force that is peer support when it comes to living with a chronic disease and not feeling alone through the daily ups and downs.

The thing was, however, that no easily accessible website where the widely-varied multitude of avenues to explore regarding finding and engaging in  peer support in the #DOC existed. I knew that my team and I had to create it before publishing the book so we could reference it in the book!

Enter www.diabetesoc.com (short for diabetes online community.) 

Who? The Diabetes Online Community (#DOC) consists of people, non-profits, organizations, and more, all made up of people with all types of diabetes from all walks of life and from all backgrounds all over the world who feel passionate about sharing their experiences, information, resources, tips, tricks, strategies, and so much more in hopes of lightening the burden of themselves and others living with diabetes through the power of connection and community.

What? The Diabetes Online Community is a living, breathing, patient-created and patient-driven community that exists both online and in person in a wide variety of modalities so that no matter your comfort level or readiness to interact, the #DOC has something for everyone, even if you just want to start by lurking. 😉

When? The Diabetes Online Community exists 24/7/365, so there is quite literally never a time that you can’t go into a moderated chat room or Facebook group and speak with your peers live about anything diabetes-related (and more) that is going on in your life.

Where? The Diabetes Online Community is, well, everywhere. From chat rooms, to Facebook groups, to Twitter chats, to websites, to blogs, to Podcasts, to YouTube, to in-person meet-ups that are born of the lively and inspiring online chat, there really isn’t any area of life that the #DOC doesn’t permeate.

Why? Simply put, because we are so much stronger as individuals if we stick together as a supportive community. I can’t tell you how many times I and many others have reached previously unattainable health and diabetes-related goals because of the support and encouragement received in the #DOC. The spark of excitement that is ignited by possibility – by just seeing that someone else was able to achieve something and knowing that if they can do it, you can too, is magical and in many cases, life-changing.

DiabetesOC.com has evolved over the past three years into a community-created and sourced website. We have a form where people regularly suggest additions so that we are always growing and being mindful of new resources whose aim is to help people with diabetes live happier, healthier, more connected, more love and support-filled lives so we can share these resources with our amazing community.

I have had a multitude of healthcare practitioners, doctors, CDEs, NPs, and more tell me that having this website to pass onto their patients has been an invaluable tool that has helped with patient outcomes on all levels (mind, body, spirit), and I personally feel that if more healthcare practitioners became educated about the power of peer support in overall health outcomes and knew how to direct patients to find it, diabetes management across the board would be, well, more manageable for everyone involved.

To this day, I still get questions about where the DOC is, how to navigate it, and more, so I thought it would be a good idea to re-launch www.DiabetesOC.com in hopes of spreading even more awareness of the resources available, as well as to continue sourcing new resources for those of us who want to learn, grow, contribute, and feel more connected to something much bigger than ourselves!

So with that, please take a minute to visit DiabetesOC.com, and to share the site with your community so that we can collectively help as many people as possible to not feel alone in their ups and downs with diabetes. And if you have any resources you think we should add, please let us know!

Special thanks to our Diabetes Dominator Ambassador of Love, Sarah Schaff, for her selfless assistance in updating DiabetesOC.com and making it much more navigable over the years! 🙂

How I Turned My Passion for Helping Others Into a Successful Online Business – Podcast

I’m really excited to share this newly released podcast that I am so grateful to have been interviewed for!

Over the past eight years of nurturing and growing Diabetes Dominator Coaching from nothing more than a deeply-seeded dream that I couldn’t go a day without thinking about, into an increasingly successful coaching, writing, speaking, content creating, advocating, collaboration-minded, heart-centered business, I’ve learned a mind-blowing amount of lessons (many of which I learned the hard way so hopefully you won’t have to!)

I receive almost as many inquiries about how to transition into the type of online business I run now as I do about health/life/diabetes coaching, and that has been the case for the past four years.

Because of that, my husband and business partner (who successfully leads Cybersecurity Operations for a $36 billion dollar global organization, is a bestselling author, TedX speaker, life coach) and I created an awesome business coaching program back in 2015 for those who are looking to build a passion-based business while still working a traditional job that we teach together as a team.

In this podcast hosted by Yuri Elkhaim, founder of Healthpreneur and New York Times bestselling nutrition author, we discuss how my husband and I have grown our businesses into what they are today.

We also chat about how I keep myself accountable and on task, and why I believe mindfulness is a practice that must be cultivated for lasting success. This episode is a must-listen for any entrepreneur in the health space who wants actionable advice to make a lasting impact.

Here are a few other topics we cover:

  • Going from victim to action.
  • Posting publicly about products you haven’t created yet.
  • How spirituality ties into entrepreneurship.
  • The priority of providing value to people before they buy anything.
  • The advantages of collaborating with peers and being authentic/knowing yourself.

If you’d like to learn more about the Healthpreneur podcast or read the full transcription of my interview, click here!

Hope you enjoy the podcast! Let me know if you have any questions or comments on anything we discussed below! Please share! Thanks for listening! 🙂

Manifest (Your Own) Destiny

Over the years, I have consciously and intentionally become a more spiritual human being. By that I mean that I’ve come to trust that there is a deep, flowing, always present current of energy and knowledge that pulses all around us and knows what we are meant to do in order to live in alignment with our true nature – love.

I spent many years labeling myself as agnostic, mainly because I feel that organized religion does more to separate people than bring them together (my God only loves you if you do these things that humans made up…. that doesn’t work for me). Further, I didn’t know who I was. Now I understand that I don’t need any man-made labels or denominations to define who I am and what I believe in – I am love and I believe in love.

I have become mildly adept at the art of manifesting, and synchronicities – what also may be interpreted as “coincidences” – are a major part of my everyday life. They are signs letting me know that I am heading in the right direction. Instead of being surprised when they happen like I used to, now I just experience intense gratitude for the guidance each time it happens.

Not only has this practice of letting go of my ego and trusting in the Universe allowed me to have an even more loving relationship with myself, my diabetes, and everyone else I encounter, it has served me in my business growth as well.

About a month ago, my husband Bill and I were having a conversation about the future. And although we know what we want on a large scale, we were both feeling a bit stuck regarding the next best steps to take.

One thing I said (that I was crystal clear on) was that I wanted to do more consulting work. I really enjoy the process of helping a company that wants to help the diabetes community in some way to figure out if what they are proposing will actually be helpful to the people in the diabetes community, or if people in the diabetes community simply don’t care about what they’re proposing.

It is a fun and interesting process, and I enjoy it. I’d like to think it helps clear up some of the business-y BS that often gets in the way of clear, simple, directed actions that can be collaboratively approached that have the very real outcome of improving the lives of people with diabetes across the board.

I offer a perspective that business executives that don’t live with diabetes simply cannot see on their own, and I am grateful to represent the diabetes community since I’ve spent thousands of hours and have dedicated my career to speaking both one on one and in groups of people with diabetes who are working to improve their lives over the past eight years.

All that being said, in the past week, I’ve received two separate offers – seemingly out of the blue, but I know that it’s the Universe supporting me to fulfill my desires since they are aligned with my true nature of love – from two major insulin manufacturers to come in on a consulting basis, and getting paid what I feel is appropriate.

This is very important to learn and understand – the Universe isn’t going to go out of its way to support you if you don’t feel you deserve to be supported – I learned that the hard way!

Your self-worth is directly proportional to the Universal support you receive. 

My hope is that you will set aside thirty minutes to get crystal clear on one thing that you want.

Journal about it, meditate on it, take a walk in the park with the question “what do I really want? holding space in your mind. Don’t judge what comes out – often what comes out may seem absurd or grandiose. That’s usually a good indicator that you’re on the right track.

What do you want? Will you practice manifesting it? Will you trust in the Universe to support you? Will you support you?

I know I will, and I hope that you’ll join me in the practice of surrendering your ego to the collective conscious knowing of the Universe. It’s not easy, but it is certainly worth it. 🙂

Diabetes Adulting Hack

A few months ago I was invited to a local T1D meet up. About ten or so hungry peeps with diabetes met up at a restaurant in Philadelphia, and I was grateful to be among friends.

One of the fun and interesting things about sitting at a table with a bunch of other T1Ds is that my Omnipod PDM was among many on the table. My friend Roz picked mine up and when she hit the home button and the screen came up, she realized it wasn’t hers – and she noticed something else, too.

She noticed something that I have always done with my Omnipod PDM, which she called a “diabetes adulting hack,” and she encouraged me to share it, which is what prompted this post.

One time in my beginning stages using Omnipod about six years ago, I left the PDM (essentially the receiver needed to bolus, change sites, and everything else that controls the pump) at a restaurant.

Since there are no tubes connecting the pump to my body, I have to be very mindful to make sure I have it with me at all times (although the Omnipod will still continue to deliver basal insulin no matter whether the PDM is near or far, which is a feature I like.)

As you may know, the feelings of dread and anxiety involved when a piece of your pump or CGM equipment is broken or lost is palpable to say the least since you will have to either find it, replace it, and/or go back to manual injections until you are able to get a hold of a PDM. Either way, not having your PDM will be taking up ALL of your thought cycles until you get it back!

I am a particularly proactive person in general and intentionally do whatever I can to make my life easier in the case that something does go wrong, and in this case I had done something prior to this occurrence to help ensure that if I ever did lose my PDM, anyone who found it would know exactly what to do:

I put my phone number on the front screen which is always the first thing you see when you press the home button to operate the pump.

We received a call from the restaurant saying they had found my cellphone (LOL – most people would have no idea what the PDM was if they found it randomly) and boy was I grateful they did.

Since then, I highly recommend everyone who has an Omnipod does the same thing. First, enter your phone number, then your name as shown in the pic. That way you have an extra layer of insurance if you ever leave your PDM somewhere out in the wild.

This has been your diabetes adulting hack of the day, because, well, adulting with diabetes is hard! Diabetes on, my friends! 🙂

Please share this with anyone who could benefit from doing this for themselves or their kids!

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity for learning & growth! Join me + 25,000 others!

I’m here –as always – to gently urge you to intentionally set aside some self-love and self-care time, and I have a super quick, easy and majorly beneficial way you can do that for yourself right now!

I truly believe that the level of health and vitality we feel day to day is directly proportional to the amount of self-love and self-care we are willing to practice.

Self-love includes how much attention we’re willing to pay to ourselves, our feelings, and the signs our bodies are always sending us – being conscious, present, and non-judgmental, and being willing to change course when we know things don’t feel right.

I also believe that learning leads to growth, new ideas, new ways of thinking, and forward moving progress on all fronts, and I believe in supporting others who feel the same way.

With that in mind, if you’ve ever considered a whole foods plant-based nutritional lifestyle as a way to manage your blood sugars but wanted to learn more from the world’s most renowned experts on the topic (including yours truly) before making any decisions, then this FREE Mastering Diabetes Online Summit is definitely worth taking a closer look at.

I’m grateful and humbled to be presenting on the mindset of implementing sustainable change on this awesome summit running from March 28 – April 4!

Last year, more than 26,000 people with diabetes attended the online summit (I was one of them!), and began transforming their diabetes health, losing weight, reversing insulin resistance, gaining energy, and controlling their blood glucose better than ever before. 

My good friends, fellow people with diabetes, and hosts of this amazing summit – Cyrus Khambatta, PhD and Robby Barbaro – changed their nutritional lifestyles to a whole foods plant-based approach years ago and never looked back.

So my suggestion to you if want to gain some incredible new knowledge: register for the Mastering Diabetes Online Summit and see what you can learn!

I know that these guys worked their butts off to provide world-class knowledge for our diabetes community, and both have hearts filled with love and care for helping others.  

Since it’s free, there’s no risk of losing anything, and a huge opportunity to learn new things that you can use to continue to give yourself the gifts of self-love and self-care on your wellness journey.

REGISTER NOW FOR THE MASTERING DIABETES ONLINE SUMMIT FOR FREE BY CLICKING HERE!

Learn on my friends, and please share with anyone who might benefit from this awesome learning opportunity! 🙂 

Protein powder – do you need it? I don’t, and here’s why…

One of my awesome clients sent me this Consumer Reports article and asked me what I thought about protein powder, which is what prompted this post.

Please – do your own research!

Here’s my two cents about just about every single article, report, study, etc. published by any and all agencies to try to prove or disprove anything: only you can decide what is true for you.

After reading the article my client sent me, then digging a little deeper into the Clean Label Project who funded the study (always find out who funds any study you are reading that is trying to convince you of anything – where the money comes from is a great indicator of the bias of the findings of the study), I found what I find just about every time I dig a little deeper:

A whole lot of he said/she said, back and forth, back and forth.

To be clear – I’m not saying that the Clean Label Project, Consumer Reports, or anyone for that matter is right, wrong, or otherwise.

I am saying that, after performing my own due diligence to best serve my client that involved an intentionally short trip down a rabbit hole, which is where all research leads (I recommend limiting the time you choose to dive into said rabbit holes as it can become never-ending) I will continue to always choose to make my own assessments based on facts combined with how things make me FEEL after doing my own experiments – physically, mentally, spiritually – and using my best judgment and discretion based on the feedback my body provides.

That is what I will always recommend each person do for themselves as well.

Ever since graduating from personal training school in 2010 and obtaining a bachelor’s degree in nutrition science, I have always had my suspicions about the efficacy, safety, and necessity of protein powder supplements, but that didn’t stop me from using them consistently for a long period of time.

Back then, I was not nearly as concerned or vigilant about the quality of ingredients I chose to put in my body, however, I was crystal clear on the fact that there wasn’t – and there still isn’t – any regulatory committee that oversees the truth in labeling regarding nutritional supplements, including protein powders.

I knew this meant that protein powder manufacturers could, quite literally, put anything they wanted on the ingredient labels and nutrition fact labels of their products and that nobody was there to ensure they were being truthful.

I used protein powder steadily for more than seven years. Throughout that time I was always active – lifting weights, Crossfit, yoga, Zumba, and a variety of other exercise modalities. First I used Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard whey protein powder, then as I listened to the signs my body was sending me and chose to move away from animal products, I transitioned to both Vega Sport and MRM Veggie Elite protein powders.

Around 2015, I simply began feeling gross – mentally and physically – anytime I thought about having a protein shake. The same shake I had every day for the past seven years, sometimes two times a day, no longer appealed to me and actually made me feel ill when I thought about drinking it.

My body simply did not want me to ingest it anymore, and at that point, I had consciously and intentionally trained myself to know how to first listen to my body – to my intuitive inner wisdom that knows everything about what I need and don’t need to be healthy – and then to act in accordance with the signs I was receiving.

Intuitive eating is how I live and what I teach others to use when building their own nutritional lifestyle.

I simply stopped using protein powders. I did not become protein deficient. I did not lose any of my muscle mass. I did not gain weight. I did not worry about replacing the 25-50 grams of protein I was no longer ingesting with protein specifically – I made it up with a variety of all macronutrients in whatever ratio I felt I needed each day. I felt a lot better overall – the same way I feel when I intuitively reduce or eliminate any highly processed food-like item from my daily nutritional lifestyle.

I was fooling myself into believing two things based on “popular science” and marketing bullshit that I no longer believe to be true:

  1. Protein powder is a healthy food, or that protein powder is food at all – it’s not – it’s a food-like item.
  2. I needed a large amount of protein in my diet daily in order to remain healthy, fit, nourished, and to be able to continue to build muscle.

I know now without any doubt that both of those things are not true for me.

I can’t say what is true for you. Only you can choose to experiment and see what your body really wants and needs, not because an article or a trainer told you so, but because it makes you feel in tune with yourself, satisfied, energetic, and not like you’re force feeding yourself or restricting yourself intensely to reach a certain set macronutrient ratio.

Here’s what I know for sure:

  1. We all have our own internal, intuitive wisdom that, if honed in on, will always guide us to the right choices when it comes to how to nourish our bodies, minds, and spirits. Learning to do this is a practice that will serve you for the rest of your life in ways you can’t even imagine.
  2. I personally don’t need more than 50 grams of protein per day in order to have what I consider the health I desire, including strength, endurance, overall physical fitness, mental clarity, great blood work time and time again (including cholesterol, blood pressure, Vitamin panels, thyroid, Hemoglobin A1C, and more – I love studying my blood work and get more blood work than the average bear, and more often).
    I am a woman, currently 35 years old and weighing 135 pounds that exercises 5-7 days a week consistently in a variety of modalities. I have had type 1 diabetes for 27 years. There are some days get 50 grams of protein, some days I get 100 and some days in between – whatever I need each day, I get.
  3. Eliminating protein powders from my life caused me absolutely zero problems.

I had no plans at all of writing this as a blog post, but once I got to writing back to my client, Misi (a 67 year old highly athletic female with type 1) I realized that I wanted to share this response with anyone else who might want to hear my opinions.

For some levity, check out this short parody that another one of my clients sent me on the topic of intuitive eating. I got a kick out of it, and it drives home the point of needing to know what makes you feel good versus believing everything you read without doing your own experimentation in a lighthearted way. 🙂

I’d love to hear about your experiences with protein powder as your feedback is so helpful in forming a clearer picture on the topic.

Do you love it? Hate it? Indifferent?

Please leave a comment below to help me gather real, community-sourced feedback!

Thanks for reading!

Let’s Hang Out In June?

The time has come again! Registration is OPEN!!!

For the third year in a row, I’m super psyched to be presenting at the Camp Nejeda Survive & Thrive Bootcamp for adults with type 1 diabetes, June 1 – 3, 2018!

I’ll be there all weekend speaking about how to cultivate an empowered mindset around living with diabetes, teaching yoga, Latin dance fitness, and more – and I’m bringing my mom with me!!!

This environment is so incredibly supportive. It’s a safe place to learn, grow, and connect with other adults living with type 1 diabetes. No condescending words, no judgement – just lots of love, empathy, peer support and hugs!

The scenery and surroundings of Camp Nejeda are absolutely breathtaking and awe inspiring. We will be surrounded by the power and beauty of nature that adds so much to the healing and invigorating experience that this weekend already provides.

If you’ve been thinking about getting out there in the diabetes community and bonding in person with those of us who “get it,” now is the time to take that leap!

Registration is officially open! Click here to read all of the details and to sign up!

Hope to see you there! ♥ – Daniele

Ambassadors of Love

The reality of life with diabetes is that we simply are not meant to go at this alone. Choosing to seek out the support we need is up to us – the same goes for me!

Without the incredible friendships and bonds I’ve formed with other members of the diabetes peer support communities over the years (that I consciously and intentionally formed…they didn’t just fall into my lap!), I wouldn’t be able to reach as many amazing humans who are looking for guidance towards learning how to tune into their intuitive voice and inner health & diabetes expert that we all have.

Once we choose to practice self-love, we begin to feel so much more joy, gratitude, and peace each and every day – diabetes included. It’s by honoring who you are and what you value – mind, body, & spirit – actually taking the time to figure that out and getting rid of the notion that progress is linear, that we learn how to give diabetes a meaning that makes us stronger.

These ambassadors know that we must fail to succeed – over and over again – and we must learn to embrace and use that failure to our advantage to propel us forward versus letting it derail us.

What exactly is an ambassador? According to the dictionary, an ambassador is “a person who acts as a representative or promoter of a specified activity.” In this case for Team Diabetes Dominator, the activity is being mindful (present, non-judgmental, grateful, proactive versus reactive) as often as possible, to act from a place of love, kindness, & empathy, especially, but not limited to, when it comes to oneself and taking care of ones mind, body, & spirit – and that includes diabetes.

The amazing human beings on this page inspire me to continue leading by example. All of them, after years of struggling, fully embody the Diabetes Dominator mindset that love, forgiveness, and perseverance (self-love and self-care first and foremost) heal all things if we allow ourselves to explore a path of healing – regardless of chronic disease – and that diabetes means to us what we allow it to mean to us. We know that diabetes has contributed greatly to our ability to be in touch with our inner wisdom and knowing who we are and how we want to show up in our lives, and that consciously and intentionally acting from those values is the most fulfilling and empowering gift life has to offer, and that we have to offer back to life.

If you would like to join the Ambassadors of Team Diabetes Dominator, please send an email to [email protected] let us know why you’d be a great fit!

Phyllis Kaplan
Ambassador Team Leader

Phyllis was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 2. Living with diabetes is not easy, yet she tries hard not to let it stop from accomplishing her goals. Phyllis holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and masters in instructional technology and media  She’s currently a Program Manager for User-Centered Research for consumer electronics company in the greater Boston area. Her current advocacy work is based around support and outreach for adults with type 1 diabetes.
Friends call her the “diabetes guru” as she has experienced it all – weight gain and loss, exercise, international travel, working the health-care system to get what she needs.  She has also learned through Daniele that diabetes is more than insulin doses and carb counting, that making mindful choices about food, and life, makes a difference.

Learn more about Phyllis:  www.dinobetic.com

Sarah MacLeod

Boston-native Sarah was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2005 during her freshman year of high school. After struggling with issues like burn out and diabulimia for many years, she finally sought help in her early 20’s utilizing the power of peer support, and was soon connected to the wonderful diabetes community, both online and in real life. In 2013, she started volunteering with the DiabetesSisters as a PODS leader in Massachusetts, and presently runs two peer support groups in the Boston area for women with all types of diabetes. Sarah has a passion for connecting with individuals affected by diabetes and eating disorders, and is a member of the Diabulimia Helpline Board of Directors.

She is a certified holistic health coach, reiki practitioner, and is on her way to completing her 200-hour yoga teacher training. Sarah is a recent graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Her latest venture in the diabetes realm is becoming a chapter leader for Type One Run, and founding the Boston-based group. She shares her thoughts and adventures through her blog, What Sarah Said, and believes that each of us should seek a way to be a light in this world we live in.

Learn more about Sarah: https://whatsarahsaid.blog/

Tricia Wingard

Why did I leave a financially stable, 14-year career in environmental consulting to pursue a career in health coaching? I have lived with type 1 diabetes for 28 years and counting now. For most of that time, I have dealt with my diabetes on my own, always striving to bring down my A1c and day-to-day blood sugars, to eat right, to exercise more, etc. Over the years, I have always had a strong interest in nutrition, being physically active, and general health and wellness, possibly thanks to my diabetes.

For quite some time, I have also wanted to help others, especially other diabetics, to live their lives in a positive way, embracing their health goals and facing challenges head on. After receiving my certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, I am truly ready to share my long-term love of health and wellness, focus on improving my own health as a type 1 diabetic, and inspire others to do the same. My life with diabetes shouldn’t be a burden but an inspiration and motivation to be a healthier human being!

Learn more about Tricia at: http://triciaontrack.com/

Sarah Schaff

My name is Sarah and I’m a NOLA native currently living in Minneapolis, MN. It has always been my aspiration to have a career where I can make a difference. In 2002 I was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes, and realized that living with diabetes had not closed any doors on me; instead more were opened. I saw this as an opportunity to work for a cause as close to my heart as a cause could possibly be. After learning about the Dogs 4 Diabetics program, I felt this  was my calling.

I graduated from LSU A&M with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and Technology. I was then accepted to an internship at Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services in Columbia, SC and then another internship with Eyes Ears Nose and Paws in Carrboro, NC. After that, I moved back to New Orleans to start an assistance dog program based on positive reinforcement/humane training since there wasn’t one already in existence. I also completed the Karen Pryor Academy professional training course and offer private lessons for pet dogs. I realized that being a trainer at an organization that trained diabetic alert dogs was the best way I could make a difference in my community, so when the position became available and offered to me in Minneapolis, it was a no-brainer to move across the country for another adventure. My goal is to be blissfully dissatisfied, to always be proud of where I am and excited to become a better version while encouraging and guiding others to do the same!

See more from Sarah at: https://beingwithdiabetes.weebly.com/

What Would You Recommend?

Over the last eight years of being fully immersed in all aspects of the wellness world, the question I get asked the most, by far, is about the products I choose to incorporate into my daily routine, from the water bottle I keep by my bed to the sneakers I wear to Zumba.

I finally decided to compile an ever-growing list of lots of different items (just in time for the holidays!) with links to purchase them.

I will NEVER recommend a product that I don’t use currently, or have used in the past.

It is my pleasure to vet these products for you, so that you can feel confident in knowing that you are purchasing a quality item

Click here to check it out! diabetesdominator.com/shop

If you have questions about a particular item you don’t see listed, please comment with the product you’re looking for and I’ll add it to the page!

 

Unleash Your Inner Diabetes Dominator Book Flash Sale!

I MUST start by saying a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who made the choice to purchase my bestselling book, Unleash Your Inner Diabetes Dominator, since its release in 2015!

Your reviews and feedback letting me know that the book is helping you start, continue, and/or reinforce building the foundational healthy habits – mind, body, and soul – that we all need to understand to create the quality of life we desire and deserve, brings me immensely profound joy and fulfillment.

Since I released the book in 2015, thousands have read it and continue to share with me that the deeply personal lessons contained in the book, combined with the simple Six Pillars of Total Health + Action Items framework I’ve created to build the sustainable healthy lifestyle you desire, continues to serve them well on their health and diabetes journeys.

Because we know the power in this book is very real if chosen to be acted upon, we’ve decided to have a quick flash sale of my bestselling book to continue honoring Diabetes Awareness Month, and for those who want to keep the empowerment from the Diabetes Empowerment Summit going long into the future.

Starting November 10ththe digital version of my book will be MASSIVELY DISCOUNTED ON AMAZON until World Diabetes Day on November 14th, plus, as usual, you will get 3 highly valuable, immediately actionable free bonuses just for purchasing, because that’s how I like to do things 🙂

You can now get the digital version of Unleash Your Inner Diabetes Dominator for only 99 cents!!! 

Plus, get these bonuses as a reward for taking action towards LOVING & CARING FOR YOURSELF!

Bonus 1: Get my 5 day healthy meal plan guide (including breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks) based on the nutrition information that you will learn about in the book and training. This is an example of a meal plan that would cost $90 to design for my clients, and one that you can easily adjust calories and macros to suit your nutritional lifestyle of choice. Choosing to use the bonus meal plan along with the recipes in the book takes the guess work out of meal preparation and sets you up for success.

Bonus 2: Get access to my top 50 healthy and unhealthy foods guide to use for shopping and pantry clean-out. Gain the confidence that you and your family are eating the healthiest ingredients, and ensure you are throwing the junky foods out!

Bonus 3: If you like the book and leave a review, I’ll grant you access to my online Total Health Transformation Foundation Course where you will learn how to apply my Six Pillars of Total Health system to make dramatic improvements in your quality of health, life, and peace of mind. This course is always available for sale on my website for $47, but I want to give it to you for free in exchange for your honest review on Amazon.

TO CLAIM YOUR BONUSES: Send an email with a copy/screenshot of your receipt to [email protected] & we’ll take care of the rest!

That is about $150 worth of immediately actionable, potentially life-changing content (depending on how you choose to use it, of course) FOR 99 CENTS. 

I really wanted to make this a no-brainer for you because I KNOW that if you choose to read my book, it will help you change your relationship with your diabetes or the diabetes of someone you love for the better. I KNOW IT! 

Click HERE to get your discounted copy of Unleash Your Inner Diabetes Dominator before the sale ends on November 14!

Gratefully – Daniele