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Traditionally, we as Indigenous people had a different and much healthier connection with our surroundings. Survival required constant physical activity right from hunting and gathering, planting and harvesting, food preparation, transportation, socializing, ceremonies, song and dance and even communication!
Children, Youth & Gestational Diabetes Management
Gestational diabetes can occur between the 24 and 20th week of pregnancy. The hormones made by the placenta can block the insulin normally produced by the pancreas. The pancreases may not be able to keep up so blood sugar levels …
Nutrition and Diabetes Prevention
Traditionally we as Indigenous people were very healthy, had a balanced diet, and ate only real food from Mother Earth. Food was scared and eaten for nourishment, nothing was wasted. We know where our food came from. It was hunted …
It is important to manage your diabetes and keep your blood sugars within a healthy range. Be aware that if blood sugars are not controlled it can lead to serious complications.
Diabetes is a chronic disease where the body cannot properly store and use sugar that comes from foods and beverages taken in.
Stress & Diabetes Prevention
Stress is a normal part of life. It is reaction to change, it can be either positive or negative and can affect us emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Teaching Lodge: Meeting Room Rental (Corporate Rates)
Education and meeting space offers unique holistic learning environment to private businesses or community organizations. Featuring state-of-the- art presentation system and conference room for rent, hourly or daily.