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I Can Love My Food Again!
A lot of my digestion issues came from the food that I ate growing up. My whole left my family overfed me and said that it was good to eat a lot and eat everything because #1 - it's good for you, and #2 - if you don't enjoy food now, when you get older, you won't be able to eat it. A lot of the time, when I did something good like get good grades or clean my room, my parents would get me fast food or sweets as a reward. I always loved greasy and fatty food, ice cream, cake and COOKIES! Anything with sugar, lots of flavor - I loved all of it!

What I began to notice though, was as I got older, things weren't sitting very well in my system. I was about 9 years old when I noticed the sharp pains in my stomach and the bloating. It wasn't bad, but when I would finish eating I would feel like I ate enough food for 2-3 people, but really I barely ate enough for me.

It started to get worse as I got older. When I ate spicy food, to starchy food or any type of dairy, I would not be able to have a bowel movement for days. My favorite food ever was milk and cereal and I used to eat up to a box a day, but at this point I couldn’t even have it anymore. My doctor told me that I must be Lactose Intolerant and told me to stay away from all dairy products.

There would be times I would find myself in the bathroom for an hour or 2, trying to "push it out". I would feel the blood vessels in my neck about to pop from all of the pressure. At times I would go back into the bathroom 5-10 minutes after I tried to "go" because I never went and I felt the need to finish.

I really thought it was normal and a part of growing up and getting older. I asked my brother if it was normal and he said "yeah, everyone gets constipated once in a while, it's natural"; from hearing that I just went along with it. I was then at a point where I would sometimes eat and be bloated for 3-5 days, sometimes even a week! It hurt so much sometimes because my stomach would be stretched out so far that I can feel it putting tension on my back. I would keep my coat on when I was with my friends because I was so embarrassed at how “pregnant” I looked.

When my friend introduced me to YOR Health products, I was so convinced that I wouldn’t need them. I never really liked using antacid tablets or elixirs to “cure” the pain. From the stories she told me, I was semi-sold and made the decision to give it a shot to see what would happen. After the first week of taking the Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics I couldn’t even go and I was so nervous about it.

A few weeks later, I attended a YOR Health seminar, I learned that I probably have so much back-up that it may take some time for my body to get into better health. When I learned that you should be going 2-3 times per day, I was terrified because I went barely 2-3 times per week!!

After about 3 weeks of loading up on the products, I began to have bowel movements once a day. I was amazed! Now, I go about 2 times a day and I’m proud to say that I have never, ever experienced the same type of bloating as I used to. Before I eat I have my Digestive Enzymes and every time I feel a little gassy, I take a Probiotic and immediately it goes away. Now, I'm excited that I can eat dairy products again! Thanks YOR Health for allowing me to enjoy the food that I love!
- Linda Chum, Fort Lee, New Jersey - US
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When replacing 2 out of 5 mini-meals per day with a meal replacement shake, the average person should expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week. As with any reduced-calorie diet, the amount of weight you'll lose will depend on the number of calories you consume in proportion to your weight.

Individual results may vary. Factors that may affect your results include (but are not limited to) your metabolism, exercise routine, diet, smoking, pregnancy, current medications and any medical conditions. As with any health or fitness program, regular exercise and a sensible eating plan are essential to achieve long-term weight loss results. No customer was paid for a testimonial.