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    Hello there!

    Hey!
    Glad to be a part of this forum
    I was really unhealthy, but know I am finally in control of my health and feel better than ever.
    I'd love to chat with anyone about health topics etc

    Have a great day and stay awesome!

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    Welcome!

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      #3
      Welcome to WH! If I may ask, why were you so unhealthy? Now you're better, how did you go about improving your health? I look forward to reading your posts!

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        Originally posted by Popcorn&Candy View Post
        Welcome to WH! If I may ask, why were you so unhealthy? Now you're better, how did you go about improving your health? I look forward to reading your posts!
        (lol is this how you reply...? i used the quote button but is this the right way to reply)

        Thanks for the welcome!
        for about three years (grades 9 - 11) I had a really unhealthy diet + I played a lot of sports so it was really stressful on my body
        then grade 11 was depression and acne (restless sleep, panic attacks in sleep, hypothyroid symptoms etc) ;.; In general I had a lot of food sensitivities and cravings (especially sweets).
        Then I tried to fix my diet (with that mainstream health advice: juicing, no sugar, little carbs etc), and that was the worst thing I have ever done I was a walking corpse...

        Then my dad was reading an article on health, and I also started reading and this is what I started (and stopped XD):

        - no pufa's (polyunsaturated fats)
        - no more soy
        - trying to reduce estrogen
        - trying an anti stress diet
        - improving intake of vitamins and minerals
        - reducing stressful workouts
        - eating small meals throughout the day.
        - avoiding all (or at least most food that can be allergenic to sensitive people)
        - using red light therapy (especially on the thyroid gland)
        - epsom salt baths
        - carrot salad (to clean the intestines and help dispose of estrogen)

        It take's about 4 years for pufa's to leave the body... so I still have a ways to go, but at least I am starting young XD



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          #5
          Originally posted by atskitty2 View Post
          Welcome!
          Thank you!

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