Woman loses 17 pounds in 19 days. — The Hot Zone Formula

Woman loses 17 pounds in 19 days. — The Hot Zone FormulaI’d been suffering from really bad stomach cramps for a few months, but I never really thought anything of it…

It was unbearable, at first I thought the pain would pass like it had done all those months before, but this time it was different…

The pain was so unbearable it jolted me down from my chest to my knees. I knew that something was seriously wrong…

It was my brother. He took one look at me and decided there and then that I needed to get to the hospital fast.

When I arrived at the hospital, my brother helped me out of the car and I was rushed into the emergency room where the doctors quickly examined me.

It was obvious to the doctors that I had severe pain in my abdomen, especially as they could barely touch my stomach without me letting out a sudden yelp. However…

They didn’t know for sure what was causing the pain, so they called on the gastroenterologist to run some diagnostic tests.

The gastroenterologist arrived and decided that I should have a tube shoved through my nose that would run down to my intestine, like a human siphon.

The tube was extremely uncomfortable, especially when combined with the excruciating pain in my stomach. It was so bad I couldn’t but cry as they pushed the tube further down into my body. And…

The doctor said that I was extremely lucky, as I’d been suffering with severe bowel inflammation, which left undetected, could have been fatal.

All those months of having stomach cramps, yet I did nothing. Not once did I visit the doctor and instead I simply chose to ignore the pain.

The gastroenterologist explained to me how this might have happened, but what he said next hit me like a ton of bricks…

I had an illness called Crohn’s disease, which was unusual for my age or at least unusual not to have been detected sooner. The worst thing was that part of my intestine had become so inflamed and ulcerated that I needed surgery as soon as possible, otherwise the consequences could be disastrous…

Those words echoed in my head again and again. I was petrified. Not only did I fear having surgery, but the thought of having a stoma (also known as a colostomy bag) attached to my stomach was heartbreaking. Yet…

The major concern I had about the stoma was whether I’d ever be able to have an intimate relationship again. In fact…

Just months previously I’d split with my long-term fiance and, if I’m honest, I wasn’t in a great place mentally about my future and the thought of having a "bag" attached to my stomach wasn’t something I relished the idea of, despite the doctors best attempts to put my mind at ease.

Of course, in reality I REALLY didn’t have a choice about the surgery or the stoma and just hours later I was being prepped for the operating theatre.

When I regained consciousness after the surgery the first thing I did was feel for the stoma around my waist. Let me tell you, I must have triple checked for it, but luckily it wasn’t there! 🙂

I looked up and saw my brother by my bed. He said "Don’t worry, Sare! They didn’t have to give you one. The surgeon did a great job."

Both the doctor and surgeon told me that I needed to be very careful with my diet and start looking after myself much better. Otherwise, the inflammation could well flare up again and next time I might not be so lucky.

I’d had a very severe flare up of Crohn’s disease, that I never in knew I even had, but here’s the thing that I’ve learned since…

The majority of men and women over 35 are suffering from dangerous levels of inflammation without even knowing it. This inflammation wreaks havoc on your digestive system and your joints and can even cause you to store excessive amounts of fat. And…

For years your body has had to deal with an onslaught of poor food choices, late nights, stress, foreign toxins and maybe, just maybe, a severe lack of exercise. I’m not point any fingers, but that’s how it was for me!

The bizarre thing is that inflammation is actually your body’s attempt at self-protection and is part of your body’s immune response.

When it’s bad, inflammation ignites a long list of disorders and can last for months or even years, often without even knowing about it, until one of these disorders rears it’s ugly head as I found out.

Sure, in your teens and twenties you can get away with this, but as soon as you hit the age of 35, it’s like your body turns around and says "No more!". Your body becomes flooded with inflammation molecules and all of sudden, it becomes harder to lose weight, your energy levels crash, fitting into your favorite pair of jeans becomes a monumental task and looking at yourself naked gives you the heebie jeebies.

We call this "hidden inflammation" and it can causes extreme chaos inside your body, which can often lead to excessive weight gain, metabolic issues and several diseases such as cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis, diabetes, stroke and thyroid irregularities.

This hidden inflammation can result from failure to eliminate whatever was causing an acute inflammation, such as a pesky irritant that has persisted or potentially a case of mistaken identify when your immune system attacks healthy tissues thinking they’re evil pathogens!

The problem we have is that with every passing year our bodies have to deal with more and more toxins, which can lead to further inflammation and eventually "inflammation overload".

If these dangerous levels of inflammation go unnoticed your hormones can malfunction on a disastrous scale causing your metabolism can all but shut down as your weight spirals out of control. Yet…

Worse than this, you could be on the fast track to heart disease, diabetes, dementia… Read more…

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