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Diabetes Transformation Summit 2022

Diabetes Transformation Summit 2022

What You’ll Learn During the Diabetes Transformation Summit 2022

More and more people are living with diabetes. According to the World Health Organization, 422 million people worldwide are living with diabetes.

Youth are developing type 2 diabetes and prediabetes at a younger and younger age.

Even people who are in their 30s and 40s are being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, a condition that was once primarily diagnosed during childhood or adolescence.

This is a health disaster and we must take action, NOW, to turn this around. The Diabetes Transformation Summit could help you:

  • Implement everyday strategies for thriving with diabetes
  • Embrace nutritional approaches & supplements that support healthy blood sugar levels
  • Use assessment tools to help get your lifestyle dialed in
  • Identify critical alerts & early warning signs of brain threat, prediabetes & type 2 diabetes
  • Understand hormonal imbalance & the hidden risks of dementia, Alzheimer’s & other diseases
  • Distinguish between glycemic overload, insulin dysregulation, insulin sensitivity & insulin resistance
  • Correct sleep issues that affect blood sugar balance, metabolic flexibility & weight

High Blood Sugar and Diabetes

High blood sugar affects every part of your body. If not managed correctly, chronic high blood sugar can lead to severe, even life-threatening illnesses like heart disease, kidney failure, nerve damage, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, eye damage and stroke.

But the fact is, it is well within your control to prevent, manage and, potentially, even reverse diabetes: once you know what to do and why. During the Diabetes Transformation Summit, you’ll learn how you can create healthy habit changes to live a healthy, fulfilled life and thrive with diabetes!

Your host, Dr. Beverly Yates, is a diabetes expert and author who has 30 years of experience working with those who struggle with blood sugar issues related to type 2 diabetes and prediabetes and feel like nothing works for them. She has worked with thousands of people, helping them to lower their blood sugar levels to a healthy range and get control over their health.

She’s here to help you by sharing her wisdom and experience.

If you have diabetes, know you are doing your part to understand:

  • Risk factors for developing diabetes
  • Lifestyle factors you can control that affect diabetes
  • Blood sugar (glucose) & glycemic control
  • Insulin & its role
  • Other hormones & their interactions with insulin & blood sugar
  • And how it all fits together

This knowledge will help you keep your health team accountable when it comes to the lifestyle factors that make the biggest difference for your unique needs.

How Your Sleep Quality Affects Blood Sugar Levels

Did you know that your sleep can affect your blood sugar levels? Blood sugar balance, metabolism and weight are all affected by the quality of your sleep. Chronically poor sleep can cause cravings and the desire to overeat, or lead to relying on sweetened coffee or tea, or sugar-laden energy drinks to handle the exhaustion and energy depletion caused by lack of restorative sleep.

But just like healthy nutrition and regular mealtimes can be leveraged to prevent and manage diabetes, so can improving your sleep! During the Diabetes Transformation Summit, you’ll gain more insight into the most effective lifestyle changes you can make to achieve blood sugar control.

Beverly Yates, ND, has spent the last few months gathering a group of over 35 health experts to share the latest scientific breakthroughs in diabetes management and prevention — healthy eating, stress relief and management, sleep improvement, exercise, hormone balancing, trauma release, dental care, vision care and more.

You’ll learn empowering steps, including the use of CGMs (continuous glucose monitors) and health data results, to help you achieve your health goals, live a fulfilled life and stay well!

And if you serve people who have diabetes, you’ll get the latest updates on providing healthcare for people who have diabetes so you can help your patients and clients better understand all the factors that impact their blood sugar and offer specific guidance and actionable insights that will help them achieve their health goals.

Nutritional Strategies for Blood Sugar Balance

One lifestyle factor that leads to prediabetes and type 2 diabetes is poor diet… too many simple carbs. Not enough protein, healthy fats or high fiber foods at mealtimes. Overeating. Or eating at the wrong time of day. Add to that the fact that cravings for high sugar and high calorie foods can be exacerbated by chronic stress, sleep issues and even diabetes itself.

It’s not always easy to make the right food choices. But the good news is your diet is one of the most powerful tools you can control and tweak, as needed, for sustainable blood sugar control.

During the Diabetes Transformation Summit 2022, you’ll ;earn what you can do to prevent, manage and, potentially, even reverse diabetes with healthy nutrition, proper meal timing and other lifestyle changes that keep your blood sugar balanced.

Isn’t it time to get off the blood sugar rollercoaster for good?

You’ll discover empowering steps, including the use of CGMs (continuous glucose monitors) and health data results, to create a healthy eating plan and implement healthy lifestyle changes to help you achieve your health goals, live a fulfilled life and stay well!

At the Diabetes Transformation Summit, you’ll learn:

  • Metabolism-boosting foods to start your day
  • Why & how algae uniquely protects your health
  • How to use intermittent fasting in everyday life
  • How mineral absorption affects energy, sleep, thyroid function & more
  • Why the effects of diabetes are profoundly impacted by gut health
  • Why curbing & quitting sugar is key to recovering health
  • Link between food sensitivities & blood sugar issues
  • How to determine your specific sensitivities & steps for addressing them
  • How to recognize the signs of emotional eating
  • Strategies for overcoming cravings
  • And more healthy habit changes to thrive with diabetes

Your host, Beverly Yates, ND, has gathered together a group of over 35 health experts to share the latest scientific breakthroughs in diabetes management and prevention — healthy eating, stress relief and management, sleep improvement, exercise, hormone balancing, trauma release, dental care, vision care and more.

And for those who serve people who have diabetes, you’ll get the latest updates on providing healthcare for people who have diabetes so you can help your patients and clients better understand all the factors that impact their blood sugar and offer specific guidance and actionable insights that will help them achieve their health goals.

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Free Gifts for Diabetes Transformation Summit 2022 Attendees

When you register, you’ll get access to several free eBooks and guides to help you apply what you learn. Here are just two of them:

Gift #1: “Continuous Glucose Monitors: Tips, Insights and FAQs” eBook

Continuous Glucose Monitors: Tips, Insights and FAQs eBookWhen it comes to blood sugar balance, continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) are a game changer!

Imagine… no continual finger sticks… no test strips. Less pain and messiness! And real-time data you can save, store and share with your doctor easily.

If you’re wondering if a CGM might be right for you or have recently started using one, this eGuide is for you!

Being able to tell, in real time, how your blood sugar is responding to your lifestyle and any medication is important. With a CGM, you can take action based on data 24/7!

You can become aware of what you are doing that keeps your blood sugar in a healthy range and what aspects of your lifestyle are causing blood sugar spikes, both the highs and the lows… so you don’t have to guess about what’s keeping your blood sugar high.

Take a deep dive into the benefits of continuous glucose monitors (CGMs), how to make sense of your health data and learn from examples of people using CGMs why they are such a game-changer for people with diabetes or blood sugar issues.

This free eBook will help you learn more about using the health data that CGMs provide to really get your lifestyle dialed in.

Gift #2: “Simple Tasty Recipes for Diabetes to Boost Energy and Fight Inflammation” eCookbook

Simple Tasty Recipes for Diabetes to Boost Energy and Fight Inflammation eCookbookSet yourself up to make healthy food choices that lead to better energy and improved health with simple, delicious, blood-sugar friendly recipes for a variety of meals!

Designed with healthy blood sugar levels in mind, these recipes are gluten free, grain free and contain no added sugar, and they are full of healthy ingredients to keep you satisfied.

Dr. Beverly’s favorite recipes include:

  • Long Life Collard Greens
  • Healthy and Hearty Black-Eyed Peas
  • Anti-Inflammatory Dal
  • Soothing Chicken Soup
  • Simple Leafy Greens and Protein Breakfast
  • Chocolate Avocado Pudding
  • 3-Ingredient Chia Seed Pudding

Along with meal guidelines and nourishment tips to set you up for success, these recipes will help make it easy to stay off the blood sugar rollercoaster!

Gift #3: Type 2 Diabetes: Tips to Balance Blood Sugar Naturally

Type 2 Diabetes: Tips to Balance Blood Sugar NaturallyfBlood sugar control is essential for everyone! But it is crucial for anyone with even a hint of their blood sugar being either too high or too low.

Type 2 diabetes, the most common form of diabetes, is primarily influenced by lifestyle and results from long periods of imbalanced blood sugar. Diet, physical activity and environment all affect the risk of developing the disease.

Learn how you can reduce your risk of developing diabetes and discover proactive steps you can take to support your metabolic health.

Diabetes is a chronic disease that negatively affects how you create energy from food you eat. CDC data shows that over 28 million Americans have diabetes, while another 8.5 million people are undiagnosed. Type 2 diabetes is a leading cause of death in the United States, and its prevalence is rapidly increasing.

Worldwide statistics are staggering: In 1980, about 108 million adults had type 2 diabetes. However, by 2014 that number increased to approximately 422 million.

Yet, type 2 diabetes is preventable and can be managed and sometimes reversed in the early stages.

So what are the factors that contribute to diabetes and how can you reduce your risk for this chronic illness?

Explore how genetics, environmental toxins and nutrition affect your risk of developing diabetes and discover lifestyle strategies for sustainable blood sugar management.

Take a moment to download this new eBook to learn how you can reduce your risk of developing diabetes!

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Speaker List & Topics for the Diabetes Transformation Summit 2022

Naveen Jain: Diabetes, Human Microbiome and Test Don’t Guess

  • Why should you test the microbiome for specific food responses?
  • Link between the microbiome, blood sugar reactions and inflammation
  • Effects on your health: genes, environment, nutrition and more

David Perlmutter: How Uric Acid Drives Diabetes and Other Metabolic Disorders

  • Link between uric acid levels and obesity, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s and more
  • Why people don’t know they have sky-high levels, putting them at risk for disease
  • Simple at-home uric acid testing

Yvonne Karney: Cellular Health, Toxins and Diabetes

  • How do toxins increase the risk of diabetes?
  • Understanding your total toxic load
  • Strategies for repairing cell membrane damage

Wendy Warner: PCOS – How to Find Answers

  • #1 warning sign of PCOS
  • How elevated testosterone, cortisol and insulin levels affect PCOS symptoms
  • Steps for lowering high testosterone levels

Betty Murray: Menopause and Diabetes

  • Why insulin resistance is such a common symptom in menopausal women
  • Deep dive into energy production, glucose and insulin
  • How to restore insulin sensitivity

Eric Zielinski: Essential Oils, Aromatherapy and Diabetes Care

  • Balancing blood sugar with essential oils
  • Which route of EO administration works best?
  • Proactive steps for managing your symptoms

Barton Scott: Mineral Absorption, Deficiencies and Diabetes

  • How mineral absorption affects energy levels, sleep, thyroid function and more
  • Why minerals are critical for optimizing vitamin benefits
  • Using hair analysis to uncover facts about your mineral and heavy metal levels

Andrea Caprio: Emotional Eating and Type 2 Diabetes

  • How to recognize the signs of emotional eating
  • Overcoming cravings and balancing your blood sugar
  • 5-step Food Freedom Formula

Andrea Pérez: The Importance of Spirituality in Diabetes

  • The spirtual realm is a vital part of healing
  • Focusing on your health journey
  • Cultivating a spiritual connection with food

Wendy Warner: Herbs for PCOS Support

  • Choosing the right plants for ovulation and menstruation support
  • Stress response and blood sugar regulation herbs
  • Improving insulin sensitivity and decreasing resistance

Deb Matthew: Diabetes, Low T and Men’s Health

  • Connection between diabetes and low testosterone (low T)
  • What causes low T in men?
  • How optimizing testosterone levels can improve your quality of life

Deb Matthew: Link Between Sleep Issues, Hormone Imbalances and Diabetes

  • How low testosterone and high estrogen impact sleep
  • Symptoms: sleep apnea, elevated A1C and cortisol levels
  • Compellng reasons why you need deep, restorative sleep

Kyrin Dunston: Protecting Brain Health: Myths About Balancing and Optimizing Hormones

  • Why type 2 diabetes is so problematic
  • Symptoms: hormonal imbalances, cognitive decline and dementia
  • Normal vs. optimal hormonal balance

Ken Swartz: C60 – Powerful Antioxidant for Diabetes

  • What is C60 and how is it different than other antioxidants?
  • Impact on immune and inflammatory responses
  • What to expect after taking C60 daily for more than 30 days

Ann Louise Johnson: Sleep, Circadian Rhythm and Genomics

  • Most common misconceptions about sleep
  • How are circadian rhythm and diabetes linked?
  • Impact on including insulin, cortisol and thyroid hormones

Achina P. Stein: Depression, Anxiety and Diabetes

  • How blood sugar swings impact your mood
  • Food, minerals and herbs that improve symptoms of diabetes
  • Strategies for shifting to healing habits

Aimie Apigian: The Biology of Trauma and Its Impact on Diabetes

  • Overcoming the chronic “freeze” state that causes exhaustion and overwhelm
  • Connection between depression, anxiety and blood sugar balance
  • Leveraging painful feelings into motivation for turning your health around

Debra Atkinson: Exercise for Blood Sugar Control

  • Frequency, intensity, and duration recommendations
  • Physical risk factors and strategies for preventing injuries
  • Monitoring blood glucose levels pre- and post-exercise

Sandra Scheinbaum: The Power of Health Coaching and Community for Diabetes

  • Break away from feelings of isolation
  • Connecting with a judgement-free community
  • Using a continuous glucose monitor to support an empowered lifestyle

Cynthia Thurlow: How to Use Intermittent Fasting in Everyday Life

  • Restore insulin sensitivity and blood sugar balance
  • Improve metabolic flexibility and burn fat
  • Enhance focus, energy levels and healthy aging

Madiha Saeed: Children, Teens and Insulin Resistance

  • How puberty affects insulin sensitivity and weight distribution
  • Creating healthy habits: reducing stress and setting a healthy example
  • Steps for living a healthier life with type 1 diabetes

Samm Pryce: Blood Type Diet and Diabetes

  • What are the main ideas behind the Blood Type Diet?
  • Role epigenetics and nutrigenomics play in diabetes
  • Beneficial exercises for each blood type

Meg Watt: Sound Healing for Diabetes

  • Why are sound and vibrations a critical part of healing chronic health issues?
  • Connection between energy and health
  • Incorporating sound healing: when can you expect results?

Aaron Hartman: Link Between Diabetes and Systemic Organ Dysfunction

  • Underlying causes of fatty liver disease and NASH
  • Addessing NASH with interval and intermittent fasting
  • Getting ahead of your symptoms: high blood pressure, sleep apnea and more

Alan Christianson: Connection Between Diabetes, Adrenal and Thyroid Function

  • Symptoms of adrenal and thyroid dysfunction
  • How thyroid issues affect blood sugar levels
  • Risk factors and strategies for healing

Amie Hornaman: The Double Whammy of Thyroid and Diabetes Issues

  • How thyroid function influences blood sugar balance
  • Ordering and interpreting thyroid lab testing
  • Myths about low-carb eating for thyroid conditions and for diabetes

Amy Day: Is It PCOS?

  • Symptoms: irregular menstrual cycles, weight gain, acne and fertility issues
  • Why you should test for blood sugar issues
  • How stress and cortisol spikes impact menopause

Annette Falconett: Type 1 Diabetes – How Life Changes Overnight

  • Why diabetes affects the whole family
  • Early clues that reveal hidden blood sugar issues
  • Simple ways to lower high blood sugars level fast!

Aumatma Shah Simmons: How Insulin Dysregulation Affects Fertility

  • The #1 hidden factor affecting male fertility
  • Strategies for optimizing fertility and pregnancy outcomes
  • Exploring gestational diabetes, family history, epigenetics

Beverly Yates: Link Between Diabetes and Heart Disease Revealed

  • Why is diabetes such a growing problem?
  • How does inflammation influence diabetes and heart disease?
  • Key approaches for reclaiming health

Beverly Yates: Continuous Glucose Monitors: Must-Have Tool for Blood Sugar Balance

  • Why are continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) a game-changer for metabolic health?
  • Finding the right mindset
  • Strategies for partnering with the best team members on your healing journey

Claudia Muehlenweg: Clear Vision Naturally

  • Deep dive into glasses, contacts and LASIK surgery
  • Strategies for better eyesight
  • Sunglasses: friend or foe?

Dominique Landry: Fitness, Diabetes and Obesity

  • Diet strategies for type 2 diabetes
  • Overcoming fatigue and brain fog and getting started with a weight-loss program
  • Tips for dealing with people who interfere with your healhy lifestyle

JJ Virgin: How to Be a Health Detective

  • Eliminating the 7 most common food intolerances
  • Reducing inflammation symptoms: brain fog, belly bloat, pain and more
  • Starting the day with a metabolism-boosting smoothie

Lynda Dean-Duru, DDS and Krystle Dean-Duru: Connection Between Oral Health and Diabetes

  • Can a dentist identify diabetes in an undiagnosed patient?
  • Importance of breastfeeding for dental health
  • Sleep hygiene, mouth breathing and diabetes link

Laura Frontiero: Gut Health, Diabetes, Microbiome and Stress

  • Why the effects of diabetes are profoundly impacted by gut health
  • How stress impacts the microbiome and blood sugar
  • Strategies for correcting elevated A1C levels

Margaret Floyd Barry: Myths About Hidden Food Sensitivities and How to Deal with Them

  • Link between food sensitivities and blood sugar issues
  • How to determine your specific sensitivities and steps for addressing them
  • Can you heal from food sensitivities for good?

Monica Y. Moore: A Pediatrician’s View: Focus on Prevention

  • Understanding type 1 and type 2 diabetes
  • Differences between prediabetes and type 1.5 diabetes
  • Why are children being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and how can education help?

Radka Toms: Diabetes, Eye Damage and Prevention

  • Identifying the symptoms of eye damage from diabetes
  • Strategies for prevention and how an ophthalmologist can help support your vision
  • Is it possible to prevent diabetic retinopathy?

Reena Singh: Metabolic Flexibility and Diabetes

  • What is metabolic flexibility and how does it impact blood sugar regulation?
  • How your nervous system impacts metabolism
  • Connection between insulin, hormones, fertility and a baby’s health

Ritamarie Loscalzo: Early Warning Signs and Predictive Markers of Diabetes

  • Why is blood sugar testing important for people who are not diabetic?
  • Understanding pre-insulin resistance
  • Foods, nutrients and herbs that impact blood sugar and insulin resistance

Romie Mushtaq: Overcoming Diabetes Issues with brainSHIFT

  • Doing everything right and not getting better? Try this!
  • Understanding brainSHIFT and how it helps with blood sugar balance
  • Micro-habit changes and releasing trauma to reduce chronic illness expression

Sinclair Kennally: Environmental Toxin Exposure, Molds, EMFs and Diabetes

  • How do toxins, EMFs and mold influence diabetes
  • Steps for reducing daily toxicant exposure
  • Strategies for eliminating your toxic burden safely

Turshá Hamilton: Shifting Your Mindset to Improve Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

  • Why hypertension is linked to diabetes and chronic illnesses
  • Mindset strategies for feeling satisfied when eating healthy
  • Celebrating the small wins instead of focusing on what you haven’t done

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About Your Diabetes Transformation Summit 2022 Host – Beverly Yates

Dr. Beverly Yates - HeadshotDr. Beverly Yates is a diabetes expert and author who has 30 years of experience working with those who struggle with blood sugar issues related to type 2 diabetes and prediabetes and feel like nothing works for them. She uses her systems engineering background as an MIT electrical engineer in combination with her naturopathic medicine skills to help people achieve and maintain blood sugar control.

On a mission to help 3 million people heal from type 2 diabetes and prediabetes, Dr. Yates is an internationally recognized speaker and expert in the field of diabetes and heart disease. She is a published author of Heart Health for Black Women: A Natural Approach to Healing and Preventing Heart Disease, and co-author of multiple books, including one with Jack Canfield, The Soul of Success, Vol. 2.

Dr. Yates has worked with thousands of people, helping them to lower their blood sugar levels to a healthy range and get control over their health. She is the creator of the Yates Protocol, a simple and effective lifestyle-based program. She has been featured in the media many times for her expertise and clear communication style.

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Jul 25 - 31 2022

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  • Date: Jul 25 - 31 2022
  • Time: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

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