Late last year I was donating plasma for pocket money. One of the up sides is that they track your weight, blood pressure, and check a half dozen other things on every unit you donate. They want to make sure they're getting what they pay for and that you're not going to sue them for messing you up. I was 240 pounds, blood pressure and blood glucose levels were high enough they encouraged me to see a doctor, but they let me keep donating until I crashed a liver function test. Oddly enough that was *after* I started taking off the pounds. Here's a hot tip. If you're going to do any sort of low carb diet, Atkins or whatever, be absolutely sure you're drinking enough water or your liver will hate you. (and probably hurt you as well)
I'll be doing a series on how I dropped the pounds without feeling like I was starving. I'm not interested in becoming some sort of diet guru, just telling anyone who might be interested what worked for me. I'll also give you everything you need to know if you want to try it yourself absolutely free, in the public part of this site as well as on other social media platforms. As time goes by, I'll be adding higher value content for subscribers. Right now the lowest, (only), tier is $1.99/mo. and there isn't anything worth even that much. Just announcing coming attractions and posting photos I've picked up along the way. Could this be why it's so hard to lose weight in Wisconsin?