© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Where does it hit you? For Patti, it’s headaches—migraines, even. For Alex, it’s thundering at the temples. Leslie? She eats a whole package of cookies. And Greg? Back pain that keeps him up at night. Yes, every emotion is a physical event, and in people with diabetes it often translates into
Small wonder cancer’s been promoted to fisrt place in North America and other industrialised countries. We are toxin and sugar-ridden from childhood. What are we feeding our children to make them too fat to walk as early as age 5? THe high-sugar preferences feed parasites and otehr sources of cancer. How much will the health care system have to carry in 10 years’ time?
Do you use artificial sweeteners? Wendy does. In fact, we hadn’t spoken for a couple of weeks; she’d been out of town, caring for her sister who’d just had bariatric surgery. “I’m very proud of myself”, she announced, ”I didn’t touch a single candy while in New York, and no sugar either. Not a single
Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed. Diabesity Coach Back when I was still teaching school the kids were the world’s finest experts at having parties. Any excuse was good: if the team won, we had a party. If a major project was finished, we had a party. And what did the party consist of? Here’s a sample
Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach Did you see Dr. Oz on Oprah today? An overweight couple had been invited on the show–he was about 100 pounds overweight, and his girlfriend wasn’t far behind. Dr. Oz measured his heart rate, examined him and told him he had diabetes as well—diabesity. Both the man and his girlfriend
Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach So you’ve been diagnosed, and been given a prescription , and now you are looking at ways to deal with diabetes. Rob said the most difficult thing was to have to prick his fingers several times a day, and that he dreaded the thought of having to do this for