This short video are some reflections about a challenge I received on social media as to whether I was “an obese Dietitian” or “A Dietitian with obesity or a Dietitian that developed obesity”. What is the difference?
What does it mean to have “obesity in remission”?
In this short video I talk about the second topic first; why it is appropriate to talk about obesity as being “in remission”. In my next video, I’ll talk about whether I “was obese” or “did I have/develop obesity”, and what the difference is.
This is the 8th entry in the series titled “Making Health a Habit” , which can be found here.
Making Health a Habit picks up where A Dietitian’s Journey left off and provides general health information that can be applied to almost anyone for lowering insulin resistance, keeping blood sugar at a healthy level, or maintaining (or building) muscle mass, or may simply be my opinion on different matters related to a low carb or ketogenic diet. Making Health a Habit are short videos (< 5 minutes in length) or short blogs on health-related topics and are quite different than Science Made Simple articles which are longer, research-focused articles.
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