SISTER CRYSTAL COMPLETES HER 100 POUND WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY AFTER A GALLSTONES ATTACK!!!
Shalom Minister of Wellness,
My name is Crystal, from New Jersey. So far, I’ve gone from 247 lbs to 195 lbs. And yes, I’ve downloaded (with your permission) and repeatedly listen to your g-bombs series videos & 12 components of food addiction videos while driving. I have lost 52 lbs and 2 clothes sizes. It’s wonderful to be able to bag up clothes that are too large. I give all praises to The Most-High YAH. Thank you for telling it like it is with no excuses.
May The Most High continue to bless you and your family. I’m truly grateful. Happy new year to you and yours on March 24th (Exodus 12:2). This will be my first Passover having Better Burgers with my matza! You’re right; actions speak louder than words when it comes to family and friends. This really is a mindset to just do it or not. I made a choice to do it. It took an out of the blue first time ever gallstone attack (2 tiny gallstones I found out at the ER) to do this. I apologize to my own body for consuming what was probably 3 lifetimes’ worth of cheese.
The doctor offered me surgery and said I can still eat pizza; I opted for g-bombs instead. I CAN be healthy! I WILL be healthy! I MUST be healthy! Have I had a second attack? No. I will also be sober and vigilant in these last days as Yahshua’s return approaches. No more food addiction. May Yahuah bless you and keep you, and shine His face upon you and give you peace.
***UPDATE AFTER LOSING 48 MORE POUNDS****
Having reached my full weight loss goals of 100 lbs now, I’ve placed this in perspective and realized that I’ve been carrying around 4 huge watermelons!!! (or if you will, 2 giant bags of topsoil) As forgiving as the body is, I am grateful for The Most High’s mercy for not having me suffer through anything worse than a one-time gallstone attack. Although there is nothing easy about this journey, I am happy for all those before me who were first successful, and after me who WILL BE successful. I’m saving money by eating proper portions now, and my joints and bloodwork have greatly appreciated these changes. Daily acid-reflux and occasional headaches have also subsided–I have had neither in over a year–not once. We can all do this! Let’s keep up the effort, get back up again, if needed, and continue supporting each other. Don’t give up! No more gluttony, woohoo!!!