I am 39. I used to weigh 65 when I was 30 and today I weigh 81. I don’t really look good and I had a bit of problems with my knee. I feared the worst. Arthritis. I was left with little option but to reduce my weight. I haven’t worked out in years. I don’t remember when I did a good walk or run. I worked out in the gym on and off (which was 1 or 2 days a year).

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It wasn’t any New Year resolution this time. I had to do it if I did not want to be crippled or living in pain. I thought it was ok to suffer a few weeks or months rather than suffer a whole life time. I did what most people would think they would do. Go on a diet, work out and start living healthy. That, was what I did. The only think they did not tell me is that I shouldn’t do it to the extreme.

My calorie intakes were never counted. Never ever. Today I started to count calories in everything. I am a vegetarian since years. My diet consists of dairy at most. No eggs, no meat what so ever. My proteins were plant based. My sugar intake has been limited to 2 tablespoons a day since 5 years. I am not diabetic. I have no cholesterol or blood pressure issues. I smoke half a pack every day and that’s a lot because I can’t stand the treadmill for more than 5 minutes at a fast walk. I knew that I had to change and that I did.

The first week I cut down my calorie intake and worse, I took it to a drastic low. The breakfasts were gone. Lunch was little more than a few spoon full of vegetables and pulses. Dinner was more protein. Carbs were limited to nothing more than 100 calories from occasional rice. What I overlooked was that a high protein diet is not really the best thing for a person who is suffering from arthritis. What no one told me and what I never realized myself was that too much of protein ads up to a lot of uric acid, creating a lot of acidity. Results are gastric problems. 3 weeks on the diet, I had massive digestive problems. My back started aching. Then it was my abdomen. It looked like it was the cramps from the heavy work out. This made me ignore the pain and work out more. 3 days down the line it worsened. I couldn’t sit, let alone stand. The only option I had was to lie down. I was forced to take a doctor’s appointment.

After a small checkup I was given a small dose of meds which will remove the acidity and the gas. The pain I had 2 hours ago which was so excruciating that I couldn’t get up from bed and walk to the bathroom was now gone. It felt like I had no pain. I thought the meds were with pain killers. But no. They were antacids.  I was released with a load of probiotics in my prescription.

I had not told the doctor about my diet. It wasn’t necessary. I had realized that the protein content in my body was creating a mess. Just 3 days and I had drained so much of my energy that I lost more than 4 kilos. Doing nothing! In a way, getting sick was a blessing in disguise. But that’s not what I would recommend to anyone. Not because of the pain itself, but the whole idea of getting sick to lose weight is terribly unhealthy.

If you need to lose weight, Protein is good, but in moderation. Your carb intake should be balanced. Your fiber content should be more. Water is essential. When you screw up the balance, expect havoc. Expect pain and this is not good at all. This is not the pain you have on your muscles after a 2 hour workout in the gym, though it felt exactly like that. This is worse. Far worse. What you may think as normal is not normal, because that pain is caused by problems in