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© Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed., Diabesity Coach Now, suppose, just suppose, with World Food Day just round the corner all my friends with diabesity—and that includes you, would make a pledge to pass up all processed food and cook from scratch. Especially for those who are trying to make diabesity history. Cook and freeze, then you
© 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 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
She was getting out of the car next to mine at the supermarket parking lot today, all 5-foot nothing of her. She couldn’t have been a day over 35, and not a pound less than 180. It was a laborious task, as she placed one foot painfully on the ground, then swung her body out,
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed. Diabesity Coach. Friend Lynn of the no-exercise club calls me from across the country. “So, what’s the deal with swine ‘Flu?” Her son had booked a trip to Mexico with his graduating class, and Lynn wanted to know if she should let him go. Some of his buddies were backing