Anybody else in my condition would have been classified as “hopeless.”
I was over 55 years old. I weighed somewhere around 340 lbs (I don’t know because no scale was able to measure anything over 300). I had severe medical problems and had even been hospitalized three times in life-threatening comas. Each time, I was given less than 50% chance of waking — of living.
Yet today I weigh less than half of what I did then — only slightly over two years ago. My blood pressure was sky high — now it is normal. My blood sugar was dangerously diabetic — now it is normal. My triglycerides were so high, I was a walking stroke-risk — now they are normal.
If someone with that many strikes against her can safely lose weight and become “normal” — then I believe anybody can.
And I didn’t have to go on a restrictive diet, or endanger my health with prescription diet drugs, or get gastric bypass surgery. I didn’t even have to wear myself out with exercise — although I found the energy to indulge my love of dancing. Good exercise, but really just fun and games for me!
There’s no excuse — you can do it!