© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach Do you sometimes see people spending more time at the supermarket reading labels than making purchases? When I went into the supermarket today I espied a woman who must have weighed 300 pounds walking in through the opposite door. Diabetic? A little weight in the way? High blood pressure?
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach. Big news today: 40% of our kids are obese. Then there were pictures of kids who have difficulty moving around, and pictures of the same kids scarfing down supersized burgers washed down with mega-sized pop. These kids are at great risk of pre-diabetes, and might already have been diagnosed
© 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. This year many people on the North American continent have been attending Snow University. Places with normal amounts of snow got more, places that usually get away with one mild snowfall a year got so much they were housebound. We learnt how to recognise the signs of impending snow: a ceiling
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. When were you last in front of a buffet table? With New Year festivities just round the corner many of us will find ourselves in front of one—a groaning one. If you’re ringing in the New Year at a restaurant, chances are there will be enough food to feed an army.