For the past couple of months our readers have been bombarding us with questions and going crazy about something called the “tolerance buildup suppressing method”. This new and controversial discovery - when applied correctly, has been reported to dramatically boost the weight loss process. A couple of products that employ this method have been featured on several popular TV shows, so we thought it was just advertiser hype. But seeing how thousands of women have been blogging and sharing their incredible success stories, via Facebook and Twitter, we decided to investigate.
Anna Cortes lost 77 kilograms and found herself.
One of our readers, Anna Cortes had been repeatedly warned by her doctor that her weight of 148 kilograms could drastically shorten her life, but then 3 years ago she was diagnosed with Type II diabetes. To make matters worse, the news came at a time when Anna's relationship with her husband seemed to be coming completely undone.
"I was extremely depressed and food was my only comfort," Anna explained.
"It was the only thing I felt I could turn to when everything around me was falling apart."
“When I started taking pictures at the beginning, I hated the way I looked.”
Even though she reached her highest weight in 2015, Anna says she struggled with weight all throughout her adolescent and teen years. She recalls being "the fat one"
in school and mindlessly eating to cope with the difficulties of not growing up with her biological father.
"But more than anything, my weight really got out of control when my stepfather died just after my wedding. By that time, I couldn't do a lot of things, like fit on an airplane seat, fasten seatbelt, or walk long distances without being tired and feeling pain in my joints."
"I missed out on snorkeling in the Caribbean for my honeymoon. I couldn't go hiking, zip lining, or even biking—all things I dreamed about,"
“I didn’t go to my nieces wedding, because I didn’t want to fly and I didn’t want my family and friends to see me. I think at that very moment, sitting on my couch alone, I knew I needed to make a change."
...And that's exactly what she did. In September of 2015, Anna vowed to lose weight ...without the surgery, which her doctor recommended.
Coincidentally, at the same time, speaking with a family friend who happened to be an endocrinologist, Anna learned about a specialized strain of products that eliminate obesity by targeting the tolerance buildup.
It was then Anna realized how much of her weight gain wasn’t her fault.
“I just started crying,” said Anna. “And I couldn’t stop. I tried so hard to lose weight before, but nothing ever happened, and I blamed myself.”
Anna knew she was ready to make a change and the most important step was to choose the right product. One of those her friend was telling her about. She went to Google and searched the phrase her friend had given her - “Tolerance Prevention Weight Loss"
She found a product called "Slimfy”. It turned out to be the only one formulated with The Tolerance Suppression Method in mind.
In terms of her diet, Anna swapped out white bread and refined pastas for whole grains and cut back on fast food and soda. She also bought a new scale, so she could weigh herself regularly. After just three months of Slimfy, Anna had dropped 36 kilograms and was full of energy. She started taking longer walks and going out more.
...I really had no idea how much this was going to change my life.”
As she lost more weight, Anna decided to make more positive changes in her life. She eventually left her job and her marriage, realizing that both were making her miserable. She began hiking, dancing, and even dating someone new. She just completed her first 5K recently.
In the end, Anna was able to lose over half of her body weight and throw away her diabetes medication. But most importantly she found herself and the happiness she always sought. All through one simple discovery.