Eating Things I Love with this Diet

by K
(Iceland)

Just wanted to let you know that this book has saved my life, so to speak.

I have been struggling with my weight for years, ever since I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism.

Nothing has worked before. I eat very healthy, no sweets or unhealthy food or so I thought.

I have had some problem with my blood sugar but didn't think it mattered. I was very active at the gym and sometimes thought I was losing my mind....why couldn't I lose weight like everybody else?

I was beginning to think that I just couldn't lose weight.

Then came the day I bought the PCOS book.

I decided to try. Its so simple to follow what the book says and I am eating now things I love but didn't dare to touch before like avocados, olives and all kinds of nuts.

I always thought they would make me gain weight, not lose. How wrong I was.

I have been following what the book says now for 3 months and I have lost 17 pounds.

I now know I can lose weight; I was just not eating the right food. Thank you so much.

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