Feel bet­ter in 5

Big changes start with sim­ple steps. Try th­ese ideas to help im­prove your well­be­ing

Diabetic Living - - Contents -


Usu­ally, your body is able to ab­sorb enough vi­ta­mins through the food you eat for the growth, re­pair and nor­mal func­tion of

your body. How­ever, liv­ing with an au­toim­mune dis­ease can im­pact some of the vi­ta­mins ab­sorbed – and our busy, on-the-go life­styles can also af­fect how we’re feel­ing.

Low in sodium and fat, and only con­tain­ing 16g of car­bo­hy­drates per serve, BodyCare Nu­tri­tion’s Re­vi­talise ($32.95, avail­able in three flavours: vanilla, choco­late and cof­fee) is suit­able for peo­ple with di­a­betes. It pro­vides a re­vi­tal­is­ing boost in one health shake, help­ing to boost im­mu­nity, en­ergy lev­els, heart and blood health. Visit bodycare nu­tri­tion.com.au.

NOTE: Al­ways dis­cuss with your health­care team be­fore mak­ing changes to your diet.

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