Her appreciation for ShedRx came quickly after learning about it. Bates explained after birthing two daughters and her husband’s suicide, she found that despite her efforts to eat right and live an active life, the pounds just seemed to stick.
“I still couldn’t get it off and then I saw my friend, Aly, try it,” Bates said. After hearing good things, Bates decided to research more about it only to find “great reviews” that were “all positive.”
Bates was skeptical at first, but soon realized ShedRx’s Semaglutide was not just another fad diet. It was sustainable. Her friends were keeping off the weight they had lost.
“I talked to a lot of medical providers,” Bates said. “I have a lot of friends who are PAs (Physician Assistants) or RNs (Registered Nurses) and everyone was like, ‘This drug is amazing.’”
Since beginning Semaglutide injections on July 22, Bates has already seen positive change both physically and mentally over the past 33 days. Not only has she reported feeling happier than she was previously, Bates’ seven and five-year-old daughters also noticed a difference in their mom.
“My kids have told me multiple times I’m the funnest mom ever lately, I have more energy [and] I’ve been getting more done,” Bates said.
For her, this is the biggest reason for working toward weight loss. Bates wants a healthy body to show up for her kids and all that life as a parent demands. She recognizes the importance of body positivity and the need to feel safe in her body.
In order to reach that point, Bates noted that with ShedRx as her kickstarter to her weight loss, this does not dismiss the need to live healthily. She has found this balance through her own efforts and ShedRx’s help.
“I would totally recommend it,” Bates said. “I’ve had nothing but a great experience with ShedRx the entire time, so it’s been completely positive interactions [and] so helpful.”
Bates added that when others ask her about ShedRx, she advises all to call the company. “They’re the best.”