I have always been overweight:
From the time I was seven or eight, I remember being quite overweight. It was unusually very conspicuous because my parents and my siblings, all six of them were either too small built or normally built and for my age, I was definitely on the heavier side.
One explanation that mom and dad had was that my dad’s grandmother was very big in size and that is how the gene had jumped. I felt it was unfair to have got such a bad gene. But honestly, till I had grown up like till puberty, weight and the size didn’t matter so much only except sometimes in the swimming class or the gymnast periods when I would look sucking bad in my leotards. But still, it was okay because my friends were not mean!
The problem began after puberty:
I wanted to pull down right after my fourteenth birthday and I went to the gym regularly and I did see a lot of difference. I started eating healthy and went to spas regularly to maintain my skin even while I exercised and ate really good diet food. By the time I was eighteen, I had lost all of the extra fats and I was proud of y curves and at the right place.
Diets don’t work in isolation:
This is one thing I want everyone to take home with them. Diets can expedite weight loss but they are not the last thing. One needs to integrate an active lifestyle and a great psyche and most important of it all is that one must believe in what they are up to. Diets have their own limitations and they stop working out for anybody the moment they are overused. Shopping for diets on the internet is not a good idea at all. You call read more about this approach on Sona’s website…