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The other day we talked about some of the conditions and diseases that are associated with obesity. I know, it’s a rough thing to talk about. Maybe that’s why it doesn’t get talked about enough.

If you’ve ever watched The Biggest Loser, however, you know that all of these conditions are completely preventable, and even reversible! I mean, how many times on that show does someone come onto campus with diabetes and a million prescriptions? And then, a few months later, they are healthy, no diabetes, and off of all those prescriptions!

I’ve discovered, that with the Jen Fe patch I not only get help becoming healthy and losing weight, but I also get some much needed health benefits. While I’m working out and eating right, the Jen Fe patch also helps my body balance blood sugar levels, stimulates my body’s metabolism, and increases my adrenalin levels.

So, let’s continue that list we started at the beginning of the week. That depressing list of those conditions and diseases associated with obesity. I promise, this will be the last one. I just want everyone to know what I found out through my weight loss research, and how surprised I was at how sick I could truly become by simply being overweight.

“11. Urinary incontinence is the inability to control urination. It is frequently associated with obesity, weak bladder and pelvic floor muscles.

12. Chronic renal failure, meaning your kidneys fail to work, is a much greater risk to those who are overweight or obese.

13. Lymph edema is a condition that occurs from a damaged or dysfunctional lymphatic system, sometimes caused by people suffering from obesity actually crushing their own lymphatics.

14. Cellulitis is a spreading infection, involving both the dermis and subcutaneous skin tissues, resulting from poor lymph flow caused by obesity.

15. Stroke is caused by a lack of blood supply to your brain.

16. Pickwickian syndrome is characterized by sleep apnea resulting from obesity placing an excessive load on your pulmonary system.

17. Depression is a condition where a person feels miserable constantly, even to the point of being suicidal. It can be worse for someone who also has a weight problem.

18. Osteoarthritis is a clinical syndrome in which low-grade inflammation results in pain in your joints. It is caused by abnormal wearing of the cartilage, oftentimes due to obesity.

19. Gout occurs when uric acid accumulates in your blood. Nerve endings then become irritated, causing extreme pain, which is made worse by carrying extra weight.

20. Gallbladder disease commonly affects overweight people as a result of high blood cholesterol levels, which cause gall stones.

According to a Surgeon General report, obesity is responsible for 300,000 deaths every years in the United States.”

 

It’s pretty crazy stuff when you think about it. I honestly had no idea that all of the conditions could be prevented by just staying healthy. And it’s not even that hard to get started on the right track with the Jen Fe patch.

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The holidays have come and gone, and hopefully you survived and stuck to your weight loss plans. If you haven’t taken some time to check out the Jen Fe weight loss patch, why not start the New Year with a weight loss product that truly works. I’m not much of a sales person, but I can tell you from experience that this patch made getting through the holidays a lot easier.

Being overweight is not only depressing at times, it’s really unhealthy. I never truly understood all the health problems that accompany obesity until I started looking at weight loss products, and comparing the ones that sounded interesting to the ones that just wanted my money. It was the Jen Fe patch and the website that inspired me to learn more and dig deeper into the health issues that accompany certain weight sizes. So, I thought today I’d share a little bit of what I’ve learned through my journey to better health.

This is taken straight from the Jen Fe weight loss patch information stuff that I received when I was doing my research. I’d thought that I’d pass it on to you guys because I found it incredibly interesting:

“Obesity is a growing concern in the United States; overweight rates have doubled among children and tripled amount adolescents. This increases the number of years that they are exposing themselves to dangerous health risks associated with obesity.

Here are 20 diseases or conditions that can be attributed to obesity: (actually, we’re just going to go over 10 for today)

  1. Diabetes, a disorder where the pancreas is not producing enough or sometimes not any insulin. Diabetes can lead to a whole host of other medical issues and obesity is one of the main causes.
  2. Cancer has many different forms and types; many of them could be prevented with more attention to eating healthily and avoiding obesity.
  3. Congestive heart failure is a condition in which your heart can’t pump enough blood to your body’s other organs.
  4. Enlarged heart is another condition where the muscle of your heart becomes larger due to being overworked, which naturally happens if you are overweight.
  5. Pulmonary embolism is a sometimes fatal blockage of an artery. Being overweight causes most people to reduce activity, and after time lack of activity can result in an embolism.
  6. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition in which cysts develop in your ovaries. These can burst, causing even further problems.
  7. Gastro-esophageal reflux disease happens when stomach acid and juices flow from your stomach back up into your esophagus. It is common in overweight people.
  8. Fatty liver disease is a reversible condition in which large pockets of fat accumulate in liver cells.
  9. A hernia is caused when the hole in the diaphragm weakens and enlarges.
  10. Erectile dysfunction is the inability to develop or maintain an erection, which can be cause by a medical problem due to obesity.”

It’s pretty serious stuff, and that’s just the first 10 of the 20! I remember when I read this list for the first time I was so skeptical, but then I did a little more research online, and spoke with my doctor about these health risks, and he stood behind each one of them. I knew that being overweight affected by health and well-being, but I guess I never really considered how damaging it could be to not only myself, but my entire family.

Anyways, enough with the depressing speech about these awful diseases and conditions. My point is that all of this can be changed, and it has already began to change for me thanks to some help from the Jen Fe patch. There’s an entirely different list of health benefits that comes with this product, but I’ll give you that information on another day. Head over to http://www.patch-it-lose-it.com for more information about the product that I use.

Jen Fe Weight Loss Patch

Jen Fe Weight Loss patch

My Weight Loss Story

I was introduced to this product by a friend. At the time, I was in despair about my weight. I had lost 31 lbs prior to my bilateral total knee replacements and 20 lbs post surgery. My surgery date was 2/25/08.

In June 2008 I gained back 5 lbs at my daughter's wedding. In November, 2008 post-Thanksgiving I gained back an additional 31 lbs. By May, 2009 I was seriously thinking of traveling to Mexico for lapband surgery.

In August, I was introduced to the patch. I started on Sept 9, 2009 and my life hasn't been the same since. I have found that this a solution that requires time and patience. Everybody is different.

In 3 months I have lost 12 pounds, 30 inches and 12% body fat. I have gone down 2 sizes from a tight 24 (pants) to a 20 and from 3X to a well fitting 1X in tops. Best of all, my knees aren't as stiff and sore as they were post-surgery.

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