My Review: Here’s My Thoughts and Opinions On The Fat Decimator System…
Growing up in a southern family, life was all about Sunday lunches with the family. Everyone knows how southerners love eating big meals filled with meat…and a lot of it. My childhood revolved around me eating big meals, both in my house and my grandparent’s house.
A major rule in my house was that no one can’t get off the table until they finish their plate, something a lot of you can relate to I’m sure. Because I was raised like that, I formed the habit of always finishing my plate, no matter how big the meal was, which is not a good habit to have.
In my family, chubby kids were perceived as healthy kids, so when I put on a few pounds, no one thought anything bad of it. Quite the contrary, they were seeing it as a sign that I was eating healthy.
During my teen and young adult years, I kept on getting more and more weight. I tried so many diets to lose the excess weight I had, but nothing seemed to be working for me. The weird thing was that many of my friends were dieting and losing a lot of weight, but when I was doing the same things, I managed to lose only a few pounds.
But I just put it in the back of my mind and ignored that doubt. I honestly thought I was just finding excuses for my inability to lose weight.
As the years went on, I got married and had kids, which took their toll on my body. At the age of 43, I was not only getting close to being obese, but I was also struggling with constant fatigue, shortness of breath, hair loss. I thought to myself “There has to be something that causes this. This couldn’t be normal”.
I decided to go have a check at the doctor’s office to see if there was something stopping me from losing weight. After hundreds of tests, my doubts were confirmed.
The doctor diagnosed me with hypothyroidism. It’s a condition where the thyroid gland doesn’t secrete enough hormones, causing symptoms such as weight gain and fatigue. He further explained that it’s a major factor in many heart conditions, high cholesterol, and depression, which explained a lot.
I made a comment on how clear it was why all the weight piled up, but then the doctor said that although my hypothyroidism can influence my weight, it wasn’t the cause of me being overweight. In fact, he said that some of my symptoms might not even be caused by the hypothyroidism, but my weight.
The two had many similar symptoms, so getting the right diagnosis of what’s causing what problems can be tricky for doctors. I got out of the doctor’s office full of new diagnosis and problems, and no clear cure for any of them. The only thing the doctor said I could do is to manage my condition through a healthy lifestyle, something I wasn’t really good at (obviously).
When I got home, I immediately went to the bedroom and asked to be left alone for a while. I needed time to cry my pain away and rethink my life. My husband Dave later came in and told me that my kids were asking what’s wrong, and is their mommy going to be okay.
Look at what I did. Not only did I ruin my body, but I even made my innocent children worried. That was the moment I made a decision to change my life. I apologized to Dave and promised myself that I will become better than what I was then, for myself, for him, and most importantly, for my children.
They deserved to have a mother that could commit 100% to their lives and make them better, not make them stressed and worried.
So, immediately jumped to the Internet and looked for a diet that could help me. A healthy diet that I could handle with my busy mom life. I came across a diet that looked ideal for my needs and what I was looking for.
It was called The Fat Decimator, a diet that combines dieting tips and workout plans to enable the person to lead a healthy lifestyle and lose weight in a healthy way. On the first look, it seemed really interesting, so I continued reading about it.