If you have read my About Me page you will know a little about my background but if you haven’t then it was after the sudden and unexpected need for a laparoscopy hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy in June 2016 that I realised the importance on finding out how to lose weight after a hysterectomy.
Everything had happened so fast and on researching cancer cells afterwards I discovered that not only do they love sugar but that fat cells in the abdomen can fuel the spread of ovarian cancer by providing nutrients for rapid growth.
I was approximately 30 pounds overweight
That is 30 pounds of fat sitting mainly around my belly. I just couldn’t take the risk any longer! My operation had been successful but I had to take charge of my own health in any way I could.
Being fat was not healthy
No matter how delicious were the doughnuts!