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At the age of 21, I was blessed with my first child and cursed with an extra 50 pounds of body weight. I had an average weight throughout school, so this was a huge shock for me. I had never been overweight! It took a huge toll on my self-confidence. My second child 3 years later brought me to just over 200 pounds the day she was born. I couldn’t bring myself to check my weight for an entire year after that. Read More…
After all, who was going to listen to someone at an unhealthy weight about eating right? I was tired of being a hypocrite, tired of feeling unmotivated, tired of my low self-esteem, tired of feeling sick, and tired of always being tired. With the little energy I had left, I pushed myself to evaluate my eating choices realizing that they weren’t good ones. If a change was going to be made, it would have to start there and it would have to start right away.
Having a very physical and demanding job, it was important for me to feel my best so that I could give my best. At my peak weight of 265 pounds, I was so self conscious that I constantly worried about what others thought of me, and degraded my own self worth because of what I thought they were thinking. It caused me to be shy and hide my real personality from those around me in fear they would judge me negatively. Read More….
The day I decided to lose weight was the day I learned I had Type 2 diabetes. I had done a blood test as part of a government of Ontario study, and my glucose levels were extremely high. After seeing my doctor and a few more tests her conclusion was simple; “Yep, you’ve got diabetes”.
At my highest I was around 220 pounds, but it didn’t feel that high. I was always outgoing and never felt self-conscious. I accepted that my body type was “bulky”, and didn’t notice anything wrong with the way I looked, felt, or ate. It wasn’t until my diagnoses that I realized just what bad shape I had put myself into. I hated knowing I had diabetes and knowing I would have to take more medication than I already did. I also have Multiple Sclerosis, and while there was nothing I could do about the MS, there was something I could do about the diabetes. Read More….