Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed, Diabesity Coach You’ve heard about portion distortion, and how it leads to waistline caution. You probably also know that you are what you eat. And drink OK, OK, now that we’ve got the clichés out of the way maybe we can get into your reflection in the mirror. If you walk
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed., Diabesity Coach Once upon a time you walked up the yellow quick road and met the Svelte Fairy. She handed you a magic potion and poof! You looked at your midriff and twenty pounds had fallen off. “Neat! OK, Svelte, How about another potion. I need to lose another 20 pounds”.
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed., Diabesity Coach. Is this a mega-eatfest or what! A restaurant ad here in Richmond shows a thanksgiving meal designed to send diabetics into alimentary shock. Could’ve been just to convey the notion of plenty, but I do know that many people do eat that quantity of food at one sitting. That
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach Do you have thick weekend papers? We do. I wouldn’t like to be swatted with the one we get on Saturdays. There’s enough in it to keep you busy throughout the weekend and beyond—which, I guess, is the object of the exercise… I caught a glimpse of the front-page
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach So, you’ve got the meeting-point of diabetes and obesity. You’ve measured your waist and compared it to your height. You have diabesity. What now? To those of you who read yesterday’s blog, no, I’m not posting a duplicate—please read on. Then post a comment and let me know if
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach So, you’ve got the meeting-point of diabetes and obesity. You’ve measured your waist and done the compared it to your height. You have diabesity. What now? Did you walk yesterday? I mean for at least 30 uninterrupted minutes. If so, your heart is thanking you profusely for helping it