I love chocolates!! I love them to the point that they are a part of my daily routine. I eat chocolates in the morning after breakfast, after lunch, some for snacks in the afternoon and after dinner. I am so attached to chocolates that I feel incomplete if I run out of it. I used to be a cheerleader in high school and would love it when boys give me chocolates to show they like me, when Dad would give me a box if I’m good and get high grades.
Chocolates are my life. They are my soul mates! I eat chocolates when I’m happy, I eat chocolates when I’m sad. I eat them when it’s sunny, raining, snowing… I just definitely adore chocolates.
Then the big change started to happen after college, people started to criticize me for my weight, my brother started teasing me and boys stopped giving me flowers and chocolates. Then I started to feel bad about myself, too.
I got so fond of chocolates and emotionally attached to it that I started looking like a bar of Snickers which is very round and stuffed or Mounds and my brother started teasing me that it seems like Happy Hippo is dedicated to me. Then I started to realize that the past is always not that bad. I have to go back to what I was before! And so I started looking for help and to my surprise it was my brother who introduced me to Saffron Premium.
WELCOME BACK OLD
My bother said that his girlfriend used to have the same problem as I do and it was hard for me to believe it since I see her at our family dinner barely eating anything! I got to talk to her and she said that it’s what Saffron Premium does. It curbs your appetite and makes you feel full all the time.
I then tried taking it but wasn’t able to notice any change or making my chocolate cravings less. She told me to be patient and in two months’ time, I started feeling my old self again! Then people stopped asking me “What happened?” but started telling me again that I looked good and how I missed that feeling!
I still love chocolates, I see myself in them. Sweet and full of wonderful things! But the difference now is that I don’t eat a lot of them anymore!