​​​Jaya Prakash

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June 18, 2015.

I am at one of the bleakest points of my life.

I'm overweight (210 pounds, and I only stand 5'2" tall!). I have asthma, thyroid disease, and out-of-control Type II Diabetes. I have full-fledged Metabolic Syndrome, meaning my cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar are all way too high. The only positive aspect of my health is my blood pressure, which I maintain with regular meditation.

I have a lot to think about, and a chance encounter with a friend, who is also a health coach, leads me to an unexpected approach to reclaiming my health.

I'm going to mull over how I want to describe this change. Stay tuned ...

June 15, 2016

I've reached my goal weight of 135 pounds! I am ecstatic, and can hardly believe the change in my energy level, the reduction in my body's level of inflammation, and the gradual reduction in my medications.

July 20, 2016

More good news! My doctor has taken me off ALL my medicaions! Now, I take only a probiotic from Walgreens to keep my body in healthy balance. My next goal is to walk and COMPLETE a 5K race. It's modest, I know, but I've never participated in any type of race ... ever. My maiden race will be the St. Pete Beach 5K Classic on January 14, 2017. Now that I can move without difficulty, I'llI start training in August of this year.

End of August, 2016

I've started walking two miles a day around my neighborhood. The first time I barely walked a single mile in 25 minutes. While I wasn't tired, my muscles were unaccustomed to that type of sustained use and were stiff. To keep myself motivated, I talked to my daughter, who runs regularly. No sympathy there: she told me, "You're going to run the Disney 10K with me next year!" What have I done?