Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach More news from Obama’s plan to create a health care system that’s based on prevention rather than reaction. A couple of days ago I wrote about how the President’s speech had underlined the need for preventive health care. Well, lo and behold, there is a place that is already doing
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed. Diabesity CoachHave you seen that amazing 4-minute video shot in Antwerp, Belgium? Now, if someone were to start that in every place where people gathered, I imagine it would make a serious dent in the Diabesity epidemic. No one would be overweight, type 2 diabetes would be given the boot,
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach.That was quite a phone call yesterday. “Jacquelyn, this is Kathy! Ben’s getting married in June, and I need to lose twenty pounds yesterday! Put me on the right diet!” My friend went on to say that she did not intend to be the only overweight woman in the wedding
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed.Did you watch the news today? I’m surprised it was news that one in four kids in Canada is overweight. It’s higher in some other countries. We have had nearly 20 studies documenting the effects of 20 minutes of exercise every school day. Yet the results of these findings indicate that the
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed.Marcus tells me he can never sleep straight through the night. Two years ago he was undergoing prostate treatment, so it was sort of expected. That is now history, so he’s wondering why he still wakes up feeling he has just run a marathon, and feels stuffed up on top of it.
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed. Do you have diabetes? Does anyone you know have it? Some friends of mine, who know I speak on Diabesity, asked me the other day: “So, which comes first—the weight or the diabetes?” There has been much discussion in the medical community about this, but I’ve come to the conclusion