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Category Archives: 2 years +
Yasmeen, age 23, lost 95 pounds in 2 years by learning all she could about nutrition and combining healthy, unprocessed, natural foods with regular exercise. Not only did she lose weight, but she was also able to reduce the amount of medication that she was taking for insulin resistance!
She says: ‘I know that the most obvious change is my weight loss. But I have come to realize that the most important change that occurred in my life between these two time periods was the mental change. And you can honestly see it on my face… if you change your mind, you can change your life.’
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~ Nelly, 24 ~
Time taken: 2.5 years
She says: ‘For people that have doubts that healthy living and exercise works, well… I hope this gives you a little piece of mind. That was me in the blue about 2 and a half years ago. I was at my heaviest in that picture and the weight gain was all within 4 months. I spent days and nights eating donuts, not sleeping, drinking lattes and studying. My weight was about 138 pounds. And going from 112 to 138 is a lot in 4 months. The weight went to my arms, stomach and ass and boobs and thighs and face. GROSS. I was so embarrassed when my boyfriend lifted me and said I was the heaviest girl he had ever dated. The very next day I took my ass to the gym and decided I would never be that heavy again.
The first year was spent on doing the wrong things… I still ate crap but tried to burn it off with the gym. So in the end I didn’t see results. I even tried diet pills and they did not work. Fast forward to 2012. Within the last 8 months I’ve changed my eating and started weights and this is what I look like today: picture of me in purple dress. I’m strong, healthy and confident. So yes, a weight loss journey is long and hard but it’s worth it!!!’
Weight loss: 20 pounds
She says: ‘So from the beginning of high school to the end I lost roughly 20 pounds, which most people don’t notice, but now that I see it like this, it’s so obvious in my face. The first one if from sophomore year, and the second is from freshman year in college, post work out.
All I did was start to eat healthier, and once you start eating healthier, you start to only craving that. Of course I still eat my junk, but the balance between the two has shifted greatly. That and exercise!’