As most of you know, I'm on a medically supervised diet and see my doctor's office every week for monitoring. On average, I eat about 1100-1200 a day and then subtract out 300-400 in exercise. I have been on my plan since last July and I love it. I was in a very desperate place and I was so lucky to find a way to help myself.
I had bloodwork done throughout the months and thought I'd share the numbers as I was pleasantly surprised. And I will disclose, for someone who weighed over 300lbs for quite a few months, my bloodwork wasn't that bad to start with (I don't know why either with all the crap I consumed).
HDL (good cholesterol)
LDL (bad cholesterol)
I haven't spoken to my doctor about them yet but I'm sure we will next week (I get too nervous to wait for the results so I get them myself!)
I hope he might be happy, they either improved a lot or stayed the same so I think that's a good thing! There were a few more things that he tested for but I don't know enough about them as far as weightloss but I know the cholesterol and blood sugar are the big ones.
What a difference 9 months of healthy eating can do for a body (nevermind the weightloss!). I'm stronger mentally, physically and now internally with the bloodwork results. And I plan to improve those numbers as best I can in the next 9 months!
Feeling great today!