Okay, this one is from me!
Not too long ago, I was also in this league to pull down on my weight. But I had more than one limitation. The first of which was related to my health. It was really complicated. After my second delivery through a c section, I had a lot of problems in my abdomen. I would be too constipated all the time in spite of gorging in on a lot of fiber. Apart from that, overweight had made me develop a plantar in my foot which was a really troublesome first thing in the morning or on cooler days when I would find walking torturous because of the severe pain that emanated from the ankle are right up to my shins.
The doctor advised me to pull down on my weight:
Now, the secondary problem I had was that I was on a shoestring budget. I was saving up for the new home and I knew for sure that there a diet would pull me back by a few hundred dollars each month. I was hesitant in the beginning but I came face to face with the realization that only if I would be healthy and active could I even think of enjoying a newer home. This struck me after I read an enlightening article on the Jane Seymour Website and I thought to myself, “I need to fix my health first rather than building a real estate portfolio!”
Today, I know that budget and weight loss can be happily married and that too with experience to back my opinion. I have been an advocate of healthy eating from that Zen moment and I can tell you that most of the foods that make to my table today do not create a big hole in my pocket but they have the most amount of nutrition packed into them and are the best in their group. You may want to learn more about it because once you know you will realize that staying healthy is never an option; it is rather an idea that one must live by throughout his own life.…