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    Daniela Hays
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Hi everyone,</p>
    I hopes someone here is a personal trainer or nutritionist or that has some kind of information that might be useful. I want to start to implement a workout regime and change my diet in hopes to feminize my body naturally. I’ve read a few bits and most definitely is cutting down on red meats and such that often increase the amount of testosterone coursing through you body. But I would like it to go a little more into detail on a proper diet which will increase my androgen and reduce the amounts of testosterone in my body.

    I also want to plan a workout regime in which would help me shape it into a more feminine figure (Bubble Butt, waist curves, etc.). I am around 5’8 and 6 foot. Slim, not much body fat. Around 141 lbs. To anyone that uses the metric system is 1,82 metres and 63 Kilos.

    Any advice on this would be most grateful.

    Regards

    Daniela

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     Lady Veronica Graunwolf 
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    Hi Daniela!  I suffer from COPD and have no problems with breathing when wear waist trainers, bit awkward bending over. Corset is tough to bend over in but great for back and shaping.

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     Daniela Hays 
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    Thank you Lady Veronica, if you require any information just ask and I’ll PM it to you. To be fair, I won’t be looking to hormones and other medical aid until I feel like I can’t progress more naturally but is definetly something that I will look into the future.

    I wanted to ask if the corset/waist trainer impact your breathing or any function of the respiratory systems. Since I was a child I had difficulty breathing properly, I had it checked out but is something chronic and so will stay with me for the rest of my life. But is something that I am fearful as I don’t want to damage my body in the process.

    Once again thank you Miss Veronica.

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     Lady Veronica Graunwolf 
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    Hi Daniela!  I have recently discovered I have diabetes and been having sessions with the nuritionist and Diabetic Nurse here at the hospital in Elliot Lake.  They gave me a book listing just about every food item that you can eat.  I was 260 pounds and lost 40 pounds in 2 months.  They had me stop eating pasta, breads, sugars and only eating 30 gms of carbohydrates. It is not easy, believe me.

    This is a very involved and lengthy subject to text about but I will start doing this for you tomorrow. In the mean time…you should get a corset and waist trainer/cinches to start squeezing your body into female hour glass shape. Panties with built in butt pads and hip pads also help with giving you a female shape.  Plastic surgery is full of risks and results can be unsatisfactory unless you wish to transgender permanently and even then. As far as hormones go….I highly recommend that you see an endocrinologist as messing with hormone levels can lead to serious illness or death. There is a proper way to do this and the Endo-specialist knows the way. They also want you to stop alcohol, beer and soda pops as well…sugars which fall into Carbs. You should also get a blood sampling done to see what your blood sugars are running. I was closely involved in the cattle/pork industries and meat does contain anti biotics, growth hormones…especially to fatten up the animals in a very fast time. Too much meat in todays’ world can be harmful to your body and goals, irregardless of what they say. Government regulations and inspections are not being done. There is very little “range-feed” cattle produced anymore…mostly corn and corn syrup is very bad stuff to eat…horribly fattening.  Exercise……using machines in gyms is OK but walking in clean outdoor air is the best. Smoggy, dirty polluted air of cities is bad for your lungs and blood oxygenation leading to all kinds of internal problems. I was a medic in Vietnam and after that have studied medicine for 40 years. I have more equipment at home here than most family physicians and know what to look, listen for and ask questions pertaining to problems, but I did not become a doctor with certificate to practice……somebody asks a question….I will advise them of what it may be and who to see. I worked in medical equipment supplies for 5 years and I wish I had a nickle for every time a surgeon or specialist asked me how to use/run equipment!!!! Unbelievable. My wife had a gynological specialist deliver our 2nd daughter prematurely and he could not operate the new neonatal gas machine for my kid….I had to do it for him…….Foothill Hospital in Calgary Alberta! Anyway, I digress…..I will send you all kinds of info starting tomorrow….hope it helps.

    Lady Veronica

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