I’ve never really been a fan of supplements. Purely for the fact that I have never taken one that actually did anything, or at least made me feel that it improved my general health or well-being. I hardly ever repurchase supplements because I want to see or feel immediately results. I know that supplements don’t work that way and you have to take most for at least a couple of months. But I get bored quickly. Anyway, moving on…
I was sent a bottle of Kelslim and decided to give it a go.
Kelslim says that their brown seaweed capsules have the following therapeutic effects:
Increases metabolic rate
Stimulates thyroid gland function
Enhances weight loss
Increases energy levels
Combats fluid retention
Promotes hair growth, healthy skin and nails
Aids digestion and elimination
Strengthens the immune system
Detoxifies the body by removing heavy metals such as lead, mercury and radio-active strontium
KELSLIM contains absolutely no additives whatsoever, and is one of the best possible Natural Supplements available.
Seaweed must agree with me as I haven’t felt this energetic in a long time. A looooong time. My energy levels have increased tremendously. I don’t feel ready to pass out at my desk at 14:00 anymore and I don’t feel like washing the dishes at 21:00 is a death sentence (okay, it is torture, but somebody’s gotta do it). In the past I have tried a variety of vitamin supplements, booster shots, shakes, etc and none of them helped me keep my eyes open. Except Kelslim! And I noticed the change almost immediately. I have been using Kelslim for just over 3 weeks.
My nails also feel a bit stronger :)
I can’t comment on weight loss yet… damn you public holidays and Lindor!
I am truly impressed with this product and I highly recommend it. I will be placing an order for myself, my mom and my dad shortly.
Kelslim retails at ZAR120 for 60 capsules and you can visit their website to order on-line or to find a stockist near you.
*Disclaimer: This product was sent to me by the brand for review purposes. I have not received compensation for this post and the opinions on the product(s) are my own
Yesterday I experienced one of the scariest days to date. So many things were going through my mind. Will I see my little girl grow up? If I had to, how would I tell her that her mommy won’t be around forever? What is chemo like? What would I look like if my hair fell out? Crazy things go through your mind when your future seems unsure. Especially when you are lying there staring blankly at the ceiling for half an hour waiting for your results.
A couple of weeks ago I discovered a lump in my one breast. That scared the shit out of me. So I scheduled a mammogram. In the mean time I also went for a hayfever shot at the clinic and asked the nurse to ‘cop a feel’. She found more lumps. Freak out much?
The mammogram and the sonar were very scary. Not the procedures, but the uncertainty of what’s to come. The mammogram itself didn’t hurt. It wasn’t the most comfortable of experiences, but it’s not nearly as bad as it’s made out to be.
I’m fine. I just have lumpy breasts.
I’m not sure if that has completely sunk in yet. Weird. But it’s probably because the fear consumed my every thought over the last couple of weeks. During this time I wasn’t really that worried about myself. I was worried about Cara. I am very lucky to know that she has a wonderful dad, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins who would be there for her if anything ever had to happen to me. But she’s mine. I still feel as though I am the one who has to keep her safe and loved and secure.
I’m rambling a bit here. This post has two aims.
Firstly I want to remind myself, and you, that life is short. In a month’s time I will be 36. I don’t feel it, but I don’t know if I will live to see 80. So I have to make very minute count. Life is precious and I have to remind myself of that every day.
Secondly, girls, fondle those boobies. Do regular self examinations and if you are a bit older, go for a mammogram. Look after yourself. I plan on doing a better job at that.