About Me: Female, 24, London, United Kingdom, member since Feb 2013
Finding the MedHelp website very interesting and useful!
Have had wei
[More]ght problems as long as I can remember but have now started a healthy diet - cutting out all sugar and caffeine, dairy and meat. Eating lots of fruit, veg and fish.
Have been on and off anti-depressants in the past, starting from around age 15 though have been off of these for about 1 year now and things going well. Hence now is the right time for me to focus on a new healthy eating lifestyle, not just some fad diet.
I am not sporty and do not do exercise except for a daily short walk to and from work, but I am very happy to be in my current state of mind and at the beginning of a routine change in my life.
I suffer with hayfever although it seems to improve as I age. Diabetes, cancer, arthritis, back, thyroid and weight problems can be found in my family genes. So far it has been my weight and back pain that I have experienced trouble with.
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