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My Liver Is Still Going Strong!

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

2 years ago, my liver was in dire straights. My doctor was extremely concerned, telling me that I'd need a new liver eventually. I panicked, and the rest is history. Losing weight saved my life.

Check out the latest results, I couldn't be more proud.

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    That's awesome. As someone who had liver surgery 15 years ago that is encouraging to know that changes are possible with any healthy condition when we change the way we eat and live. Keep up the awesome work I'm sure your family and those that love you are grateful for your dedication to YOUR life!!!
    1756 days ago
    To be honest, I don't know how to interpret those numbers, but from what you wrote, I take it you have reversed the problems and are healthy and doing great, which is wonderful!! Congratulations! :)

    1757 days ago
    Wonderful. Imagine all of the lives that you would not have touched had you not taken your health into your own hands. Thanks for touching my life!
    1758 days ago
    OMG! That is a miracle and YOU made it happen!
    You must be very proud of saving your life!
    1758 days ago
    THAT is AWESOME!!! Congrats!!!
    1758 days ago
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    1758 days ago
    a lot of people don't think food is medicine....
    but more and more it seems that
    eating healthy IS medicine just like
    eating badly IS toxic.

    congratulations on turning things around
    1758 days ago
    YOU are a healer Brittney! You have healed yourself and contributed to the healing of countless others, because of your courage and determination to walk this road NO MATTER WHAT! Thank you for saving yourself! Thank you for encouraging me to save myself! I love you! Congratulations!!!!!

    1758 days ago
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