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'In many cases just doing this would have a dramatic effect on their health.So this indicated to me that fizzy drinks and sugar were big issues relating to blood pressure and metabolic diseases like diabetes and heart disease.'I also did a presentation all about cholesterol and statins that is one of the most viewed on You Tube on this subject and gives all the evidence for sugar being one of the main causes of heart disease, rather than saturated fat and high cholesterol which we have all been led to believe.
Adults should restrict the amount of sugar in their diet to just seven cubes, left - half what is currently recommended, experts today advise.'I recently tried on a size 14 pair of jeans and I have never fit into a size 14 in my whole entire adult life.I just stood in the change room and bawled my eyes out,' she said .'My body hurt way too much to try and exercise,' she said.'Every time I would try to bend over my knees and hips would crack and my body just sounded like an old broken wooden chair.' Despite working and studying, Larina later managed to work exercise into her everyday regime.'I would eat massive amounts of food and I absolutely loved fizzy drinks.
I didn't drink any water at all, I hated it.'After I moved out at 18 there was always Coke in the fridge so I was always drinking it and mixing alcohol with fizzy drinks whenever I went out.' Larina, who suffered depression at the time, was also working three jobs, getting Mc Donald's and pizza for dinner on the way home and regularly turning to takeaway for main meals.
'I had always been very self-conscious and had never felt very beautiful so I just got more depressed and my bad health made me feel awful,' Larina said.
'When I was picking my daughter up and down everything in my body would hurt and I had hardly any energy,' she said.
'I knew things were only going to get harder as she grew and I wanted to be the mum she needed and deserved.
This pushed me to start looking into my options.' Larina started Googling ways to lose weight and was immediately bombarded with fad diets, diet teas and tablets.
Larina Zell, 24, from Sydney, struggled with fluctuating weight throughout her entire childhood.