‘Tis the season of new year’s resolutions. Will they be kept beyond March? Many want to lose weight, and wisely so, since weight leads to all the chronic diseases, notably cancer. How to stay on track? Research shows 98% fail without a coach. Think “acquiring health” rather than simply “losing weight”.
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?
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed., Diabesity Coach Best letter in the Richmond papers this week: a certain Dana expressed relief that the city had finally passed the by-law banning the use of pesticides on private lawns and government-owned land. At least I now know that I can go for a power-walk in the park without coming
Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach That’s right, “drink this, and watch the pounds melt away”. Or “This one little magic pill twice a day will do it for you. Watch that waistline shrink!” Yes folks, and my name is Santa Claus. Many people with extra flab entertain the comfortable myth that there really is a
Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach You and I are mostly water. In fact, we are approximately 67% water. If you don’t maintain this level of hydration you will get symptoms you won’t like. Simple as that. So, of you need to lose weight because you have diabesity, i.e. obesity and diabetes combined, you need to
Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach I spent a day at the Emergency last week, as my Mom had to be admitted for some leg issues. Ever waited while a loved one was wheeled in and out for treatment? You walk down numerous corridors and meet a lot of medical personnel. Most looked overworked and weary