Visible and Audible Difference – making health a habit (comparison videos)

Friday, I wore the same jacket during my morning walk and “Making Health a Habit” video as I did during my very first “A Dietitian’s Journey” video in March 2017, but the difference between the two videos is remarkable; not only visibly but there is an audible difference, too.

I don’t look the same…

…and listening to the two videos (links below) I don’t sound the same!

For me, this is what the difference between chronic disease and remission of metabolic disease looks like. Of course, everybody’s “journey” is different, but in order to arrive at one’s destination, the journey needs to begin.

I’ve said it a few times on podcasts, in videos and in blogs but for me, I changed how I ate and my activity level “as if my life depended on it” because for me, it did. It wasn’t just a vanity issue about how I looked; but about having very high blood pressure and Type 2 Diabetes that was not being controlled. March 5, 2017 was the turning point for me and I have not looked back.

I don’t talk about being on a “diet”, but rather about the way I now eat because in order to keep obesity, Type 2 Diabetes and high blood pressure in remission requires me to make my health a habit. If I don’t, it is only a matter of time until the chronic diseases return.

If I can help you begin on your own health and wellness journey or to maintain your accomplishments, please let me know.

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May 3, 2019 – Friday’s video

March 16, 2017 – my first video

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