Weight Loss, Coronary Artery Disease, A+, 36 yr old.

Updated: Mar 17

Many have the misconception that rice causes weight gain. I emphasise again, calorie-counting to lose weight is NOT sustainable and it is detrimental to your health. Balanced diet is key.

This client with Conorary Artery Disease, breathlessness and chest pain came to @bodyinc to lose weight.

Before she embarked on our #2OneResetDetoxProgram, she experienced irregular heartbeat, breathlessness and chest pain. She felt giddy and had headache.

She was diagnosed with Conorary Artery Disease in 2016 due to sharp chest pain. Due to artery narrowing at 10%, she was given Lipitor and Concor from 2016 till Dec 2019. In Mar 2020, she had chest tightness again. Doctor prescribed magnesium and CoQ10 for her. After taking magnesium for a month, it didn't help her. CoQ10 did help her chest tightness by 60-70%.

I worked on her diet in details, carefully making sure that she ate rice and have proper nutritional food. Any kind of fasting or eating less to achieve weight loss will cause health problems like giddiness, hairloss and low metabolism.

In fact, one should eat MORE of the right food to lose body fats, especially visceral fat.

I put her on our health program and told her never should she feel hungry during her weight loss journey, and to expect that she would get hungrier and hungrier when her metabolism improved. Basically she would lose weight when she ate more. It sounded unbelievable, and like all other clients who had been having wrong concept of what a healthy diet is, she was not very convinced.

In just 10 days, her Visceral Fat went down from 6 to 5, weight down from 64kg to 62kg, body fat 33.2 to 31.6%. Her energy improved by 30%. Chest tightness is less now even though she stopped CoQ10 right from the start of our program.

She still experienced some breathlessness in the morning, but after the morning supplements I gave her, it is usually ok.

She was surprised that it is true when one eats right, one can lose weight by eating more. She said, "I get hungrier and hungrier and I ate a lot but still lose weight!"


Jacelyn Tay 03/07/2020

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