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The story of Elena from Chernigiv
The story of Elena from Chernigiv. The city was under attacks from the first day of the war until April, 6. By official information, at
“I said, ‘If I survived, I would hell out the diet and my weight.’ And when we found ourselves in the grocery store, we wanted nothing. Just nothing.”￼
Yana, mother of 4-year-old twins and an engineer from Slavutych, a town near the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant, talks about food shortages, gastrointestinal distress due to stress, and dreams of “when the war is over.”
“The saleswoman said that there were supplies and everything would be there. On the 4th day of the war, the store was closed because of an armed checkpoint nearby.”￼
The story of Anastasia from Kyiv, who lost 20 kg and managed the symptoms of autoimmune thyroid disease thanks to the keto diet, and now, because of the war, is stress-eating chocolate.
“Refugee syndrome” made itself felt with high insulin, edema, and unremitting anxiety.
In peacetime, Alexandra Anisimova is a philologist, housewife, wife, and cat person. She loves embroidery, watercolors, and moderate, healthy-minded sports. And she was stranded in Vorzel for two weeks due to a blockade.
“For two weeks I couldn’t eat anything, I was afraid to take food from the children.”
The story of Tatiana from the Ukrainian city Chernihiv. She spent the blockade in a three-room apartment with 12 relatives and 3 pets.
“Potatoes every day. I cannot stand it anymore. I’m afraid that multiple sclerosis will return.”
Anya from the Ukrainian town Chernihiv, thanks to the keto diet, lost 43 kilograms and went into remission of multiple sclerosis. Now she is hiding from the war in the village, where the main available product is potatoes. All her results are in jeopardy.