Well before her diabetes diagnosis, Madeline Martinez knew her unhealthy eating habits were leading her down the wrong path.
Martinez, a 49-year-old corporate travel agent in Miami, Florida, was 120 pounds overweight — the result of years resorting to fast-food dinners after long days at the office.
When her endocrinologist delivered the news in February – Type 2 diabetes – she got serious. She ditched McDonald’s and began shopping at Whole Foods and farmers’ markets for organic produce.
Then she went a step further and bought a shovel. READ FULL ARTICLE >>