Being a Diabetes Educator Comes Out in Unexpected Settings

During dinner this evening at my husband twice year corporate leadership meeting, I had a couple of most interesting conversations.  One of my husband’s professional colleagues shared that he met a diabetes educator on his flight down to Atlanta.  He was excited to meet this educator  and understood the importance of the role of the diabetes educator due to his getting to know me over the last few years at these leadership meetings.

A dear professional friend of my husband shared how changing his diet to a focus on whole, non-processed foods and incorporating daily walks into his life has strengthened his battle against cancer.  Our diet (eating habits) and incorporating regular physical activity into our daily has the power to radically enhance our life and improve our overall health. I continue to strongly believe that our eating habits and physical activity are medicine.

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drmandyreece1

Hi, I'm Mandy. I am a pharmacist and certified diabetes educator. I love working with patients with diabetes with the goal of empowering people living with diabetes to have the best quality of life.

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