June 12th, 2012 | By Alicia Silverstone
Kind lifer Harlot DeVille has a whole new life now that she’s gone from vegetarian to vegan. Check it out:
“I had been vegetarian since I was 13 years old. Over the years I had terrible pain, stomach cramps, migraines, serious acne, and oftentimes fainting spells too. I attended doctors for over 15 years to try and solve my mystery ailment. I was then diagnosed with both Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Endometriosis. My doctor advised that it would be best to undergo hormone treatment and possibly a hysterectomy. At 29, there was no way I wanted to choose either option. I did a lot of research and discovered that dairy played a huge factor in my symptoms; it was then that I made the decision to become vegan. The difference was remarkable. So much so that most of my ovarian cysts disappeared, my energy levels improved greatly, my emotions balanced, my skin cleared up and my migraines disappeared. I was able to socialize again, without being conscious of my skin. I was also free from pain. I cannot recommend this enough to anyone dealing with PMS, PCOS or Endo. Becoming vegan really did change my life.”
Yay! Thank you so much for sharing your story!