I was sitting in the waiting room of my endocrinologist one time, his waiting room at the time was shared with a group of cardiologist on the flip side. I was sitting there reading a magazine and a lady sitting close to me started talking to me. She was in for her third heart attack. I asked her what she thought caused it. She said she knew and was told the diet drugs that are advertised. She said she would rather die then have weight on her. I asked her if she exercised and she said no. She said all she did was take those metabolife pills and bam she lost weight.
Often times people will take these drugs, thinking ahh I can lose weight. Sure you can lose weight but the effects that it has on other internal organs is significant. That is why it is more important to follow what your doctor says. A primary doctor will refer you to a baractric specialist, a nutritionist, anything you need to do it safely.
Over the years I have struggled with the weight and I am doing it the old fashion way with Spark People I might not have instant results but it feels safer. My uncle told me this you can lose weight but you can't change ugly. And that is so true.
I think in our culture we want things like yesterday. And although we are evolving our weight wasn't put on over night even if were on steroids, it takes time and patience. And not everyone is suppose to be thin. When we accept ourselves as ourselves I think our weight loss comes off easier.
A wish is your heart makes.
| current weight: 253.0