Raelene’s Journey to Health

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Lost 29 pounds
Age:
52
Start Weight: 180 pounds
Current Weight: 151 pounds
Treatment Duration: 1 – 3 months

“I am no longer on my BP medicine due to the weight loss with phentermine!”
-Raelene

My annual check-up with my doctor was worse than the prior year. My blood pressure had improved somewhat, but only because I was put on a BP med. Plus, I had gained ANOTHER 10 pounds since my physical in September 2015!

My doctor counseled me about losing weight, and I explained that I had been trying with no luck. We discussed a plan, I joined the gym and agreed to be more aware of the food I was eating.

When I went back a month later I had gained 2 more pounds! That’s when he suggested phentermine.

Educating myself about the food I am putting in my body was pretty hard: no processed, pre-packaged foods and being aware of the sugar in my diet, even the hidden sugars.

I gave up sugar and that is probably one of the hardest things to stick to. I do treat myself on occasion. If I feel an urge for something sweet, I will indulge in something I made with Stevia.

But the sacrifice has been worth it. I love the way clothes fit me now and knowing that I can actually buy something “off the rack”.

Although, it was financially tough to keep buying clothes to wear to my office job while losing the weight. I would buy a few items to mix and match as I was dropping weight, but a week to 10 days later nothing fit me anymore. It’s a good problem to have!

Raelene before picture
Before
Raelene after picture
After

My advice is to educate yourself about the food you’re putting into your body and the supplements that can help with your journey. 

I added a couple of new supplements based on what I learned from other people in the Phentermine.com group, but only after reading about the benefits and risks of those supplements. 

Lastly carry a water bottle with you everywhere to be sure you are getting plenty of it throughout the day!

My Phentermine Routine

I like to start my day with something sweet but I use plain yogurt paired up with some fresh berries. Later on I prefer to have protein and then a bit of a treat like a creamy whole-grain pasta for dinner. 

6 AM

WAKE UP & TAKE PHENTERMINE

Wake up & take phentermine
7 AM

BREAKFAST

Breakfast

Yogurt and berries

1 PM

LUNCH

Lunch

Roasted chicken and stir-fry

7 PM

DINNER

Dinner

Creamy whole-grain pasta

10 PM

BEDTIME

Bedtime

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