Long post alert*** I want to share some real talk with all of you from my teammate Kelly Lane.
In March of 2016 I went to see my doctor, annual well check. 😥
I weighed 326 pounds then. I was pre-diabetic, and depressed and my doctor wanted me on medication. Metformin and Antidepressants. YAH! NO, I was not excited, I was actually even more depressed. If that wasn't bad enough, my labs told a tale all there own. I am not the best patient, the meds did not last long, I didn't like the way they made me feel.
Fast forward a year and a half to September 2017. Are you kidding? No, I had not been back to the doctor, my thoughts were, why would I want more bad news. I had gained even more weight, tired, exhausted was more like it. Seriously I could not even go up and down stairs without pure exhaustion and a great deal of pain. This is when Cellular cleansing entered into my life. I was 340 pounds.
We are now heading into September 2018, just under 1 year and I am down 86 pounds. I feel fantastic. I love life, eating healthy and exercise. I may have lost 86 pounds, but what I gained was something far greater than I expected.
Two weeks ago I made my annual well check visit to my doctor. My lab work was drawn and my doctor was awed by my changes. Hearing his response when asked how I am sleeping at night, or how I am eating and even about my exercise routine, was priceless.
Let me share what I gained in the past year!
Cholesterol 217. Cholesterol 135
HDL Cholesterol 79. HDL Cholesterol 40
Triglycerides 148. Triglycerides 70
LDL Cholesterol 107. LDL Cholesterol 81
A1C 6.1. A1C 5.6
Everything else was right in range where they were once way off.
The best thing I gained was this:
"Your lab results are excellent, noting your normalized A1C (blood sugars), normal liver functions, kidney function, electrolytes and excellent lipid panal showing a very nicely low LDL/bad cholesterol, a long with other low cholesterol.
You made my day yesterday. Keep up with the happy"
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