Monthly Archives: September 2016

How Does Diabetes Affect a Person’s Eyes?

Just as pipes are the strong tube-like structures which carry water where it needs to go (faucets, fountains, lawn sprinklers, shower heads, commodes) throughout our homes, blood vessels (veins, arteries, capillaries) are strong tube-like structures through which blood travels to get to where it needs to go throughout our bodies. The pipes in our [Read more...]

The “I Don’t Knows” of Weight Loss

Three words I hear an awful lot, daily . . . let’s call them some of the ‘buzz words’ of weight loss, are: “I don’t know.” Some examples. Before the client gets on the scale. Me: So, how’d you do over the weekend? Client: I don’t know. When the scale [Read more...]

‘Healthy Obesity’ is Seriously Funny

The term ‘healthy obesity’ has gained some traction over the last several years, and I want to put that oxymoron to rest.When I hear it, I always ask, “What does that mean? . . . that you haven’t had a stroke or heart attack yet?” . . . that the ticking time bomb hasn’t [Read more...]

Do You Waddle When You Walk?

Our feet are small compared to the rest of our body; yet, the amount of pressure we put on them is great when we’re just standing.When we walk or run, however, it’s tremendous . . . and the bigger we are, the more our feet are asked to bear. Many problems that occur [Read more...]

Struggling With Your Weight Loss? Start Writing!

If you’re a business owner, you know that webusiness owners keep all kinds of records so that we can look back at various collected stats or data for evaluation: How did we do? What do we want to do differently? What worked that we want to continue to do? . . . and so [Read more...]