I never thought I would be writing this. At 33 years old, I weigh 155kg and have a dangerous addiction to food, specifically KFC. I’ve tried every diet and exercise plan out there, but nothing has stuck. Until now.
I’ve decided to take control of my life and start the carnivore diet. It’s a radical change, but I’m ready for it. I’m ready to let go of the unhealthy habits and unhealthy foods that have controlled my life for far too long.
Starting the carnivore diet is a big step for me and I must admit, I’m feeling a mix of excitement and nervousness. On one hand, I’m eager to experience the promised benefits of increased energy, improved digestion, and weight loss. On the other hand, the thought of limiting my diet to only meat and animal products seems very radical and intimidating. However, I am determined to give this a try and see the results for myself. I know it won’t be easy, but I am ready to make the necessary changes to improve my health and quality of life. I hope that by embracing this new lifestyle, I can finally overcome my addiction to food and achieve a happier, healthier version of myself.
The Physical & Emotional Toll of Being Fat
Being overweight has taken a toll on me physically, emotionally and mentally. I feel tired and lethargic all the time, and my once active lifestyle has become a distant memory. My health has suffered too, as I experience constant heartburn, random muscle pain, and headaches. My plantar fasciitis causes sore heels and even simple tasks, like grocery shopping, have become a challenge. The mental strain of being overweight is just as heavy. I can’t shake the feeling that everyone is staring at me when I’m in public, even though I know it’s probably just my imagination. But still, the constant self-consciousness takes a toll. I’m tired of feeling this way and I know it’s time for a change. I’m ready to take control of my health and finally break free from the cycle of being overweight and its associated health problems.
I’ve often thought about pursuing a relationship, but I also feel like I’m not ready for it. It seems like everyone has a conflicting view on this matter. On one hand, I’m told to live life to the fullest, as if there’s no tomorrow. On the other hand, I hear that I need to love myself before I can love someone else. My own experiences as an overweight person have made it clear to me that I’m not in the right place to nurture a healthy relationship. That’s why I’ve made it a goal of mine to change this aspect of my life. I want to be confident, healthy and ready for a relationship, but first, I need to work on myself. By taking control of my health and improving my self-esteem, I hope to be ready to share my life with someone else, in a way that is fulfilling and mutually supportive.
The Struggle Is Real
Tomorrow is day 1 and I have to be honest, I broke all the rules. I gave into my cravings and ate all the things I shouldn’t have. I know starting off on the wrong foot like this will only lead to my downfall and not victory. My all-or-nothing attitude has been a problem in the past and I need to change it. I need to learn to find balance and moderation in order to achieve my goals and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Tomorrow will be day 1 of my journey and I vow to approach it with a positive mindset, determination and a newfound dedication to making positive changes in my life.
I’m not going to lie, this journey will be difficult. It will be a challenge to resist the temptation of my favourite foods, but I’m ready to face it head on. I’m doing this not only for myself, but for those who love me. I want to be around for them for many years to come.
I know I’ll face obstacles and setbacks along the way, but I’m ready to face them with determination and courage. I’ve realized that it’s never too late to change your life, and that’s what I’m going to do.
I’m not sure where this journey will take me, but I’m ready to find out. I’m ready to see what I’m capable of and to discover a new, healthier me.
So here’s to a new start, a new life, and a new me. Let’s do this!