I have to get back to you after a long time! 🙂
This time around I will not delve into begging you to allow me to eat the things I shouldn’t eat 😊. To the point: it’s been two years since my keto journey. Obviously, my thoughts on this will not differ much from the rest of your happy clients. My body fat is gone and finally – for the first time in my life – I’m easily keeping my newly found fat-free body. I can’t overstate how good it feels when you meet people and they can’t hide the jealousy: “Wow, you look so good! What happened?” … and so on.
I feel phenomenally good, I’m not tired, not bloated, in the mornings I literally jump out of bed without the alarm clock (I used to snooze for an hour each day).
One of the best “side-effects” of the keto diet is not being a slave to food anymore. I don’t ruminate about what to eat, when to eat, feeling sorry for myself for not being able to eat … My meals are simple, they don’t take much time to prepare. If I’m on the go, I take some cheese and a few macadamias – you can take these anywhere. My partner joined my way and he’s really been very supportive: we had crises, but we helped each other knowing that our bad habits will soon be just a bad joke. I don’t miss any of the foods I used to love: pasta, potatoes, bread and everything else I couldn’t live without.
I was browsing our old emails when I begged you for some ice-cream, milk, a piece of something to soothe my cravings. You always said NO, NO and NO. You weren’t my best friend 😊. But I concede: you are the best thing that happened to me. Thank you so so so much for your time, advice and all the knowledge you passed onto me and helped me start a new chapter in my life. I wish you all the best with any endeavor you undertake.