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 Ticket number…338147…Robert Coulter! A jubilant Mr. Coulter works his way up to the stage, holds up his prize, a carriage clock, and shows it to the attendees. And as he does that, his tummy pops out between the bottom of his T-shirt and his belt-line. The audience was really polite.
Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed., Diabesity Coach No, this is not about 9-11, although the thought did cross the mind of every person who witnessed it on October 19, 2007, in Richmond, BC. What crossed my mind when I read the paper this evening was how the denial of diabesity can lead to disaster. Sit back
Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach You already know if you’ve been following my blog, that Diabetics are at least 50% more vulnerable to heart attacks than non-diabetics. If diabetes is combined with obesity, the odds are upped to at least 70%. And that’s a conservative estimate. I was telling this to Jake over coffee on
Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed. Diabesity Coach Obesity so often heralds diabetes that when you speak of one, you might as well speak of the other. This is why the word “Diabesity” was coined in the ‘Nineties. Did you hear about the research out of Europe today? Being overweight could become the leading cause of cancer