There are starting to be rumors around me that my attitude is changing a bit since I started Thriving for the better. I don’t know we’ll see. No significant increase of energy but my girth doesn’t feel so “pressurized”. Also having an acne outbreak all over my body. Possibly toxins being released fom Thrive?
I’m not sure if it’s the new eating pattern being on Thrive but it seems I only eat one major meal each day and maybe a snack before bed. Also when it’s time to eat it’s time to eat!
Still doing Thrive. I think this is day seven. Could possibly be having a little more energy but if I am it is almost imperceptible. Appetite is curbed for the most part; only occasionally it seems my appetite is normal. Only time will tell.
Nothing much to say about Thriving today except I am adjusting my shake to Sunday-Wednesday so I didn’t have it today although I am still using the patch and taking the pills. Been eating normally (can’t stand diets) appetite is normal. I can tell by intestinal activity that Thrive is still doing something. Time will tell.
Life is A LOT more than physical and what we can see so I want to occasionally share where my lasting hope comes from. The following link is one of my favorite teachers:
Again, one thing that is quite significant and happened right away with Thrive is the curbing of my appetite. I don’t have the voracious appetite I usually have when eating like a vegetarian or on other diets that lack hunger satisfaction and actual nutrition. Still not noticing much of an increase of energy yet other than what is typical for me.
My weight hovers around 270 pounds. I have done many different things to reduce it (exercising and diets). Only to get discouraged after a month when I lose very little to nothing. From what I understand Thrive (https://northidaho.le-vel.com) recommends doing their program for six weeks to start getting results. Therefore I am not going to bother checking it until 04.04.2017.
I don’t believe I have to be the weight that modern medicine thinks I have to be. Our vain culture always goes too far in it’s idolatries (even with educated professionals who are afraid to die) I would be happy around 200 or at most 220 and think a loss of 50-70 pounds is enough to ward off “fat man diabetes”.
I have some genetic health complications and recently my doctor became concerned that because of my weight as it might be adding to my problem diabetes.
I hate diabetes! I’ve seen the effects of it. Don’t get me wrong I am a born again Christian only trusting in the work Jesus did for me! So for me: to live is Christ and to die is gain (Philippians 1:21 KJB)! But it is better for others if I remain here for a while longer (Philippians 1:23-24 KJB). I am not afraid to die like most in my culture because I KNOW where I’m going when I die. If you’re not sure check out NeedGod.com.
So I am going to try a new thing which I have heard a lot of good about. But I am VERY skeptical of fad diets. What makes it even more suspicious is it is some sort of multi-level marketing situation. But on the other hand I also understand it is a fortune 500 company. You don’t make it to F500 unless people are buying your product. Besides diet products that don’t work fade away and don’t make it to F500. At least that’s my theory.
Here is the info:
So although I am signed up as a promoter with them I am also going to be a skeptical user of the product and will be sharing that here. I am not going to be a mindless sales clone but will try to be honest to the best of my understanding.
Also to be brutally honest if you sign up under me (with the provided link) I will get my product free (or cheaper?) and might even get paid. But personally if I were you and didn’t need to do it urgently I would just wait and see what my opinion is of the product through these posts first.