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She Don't Struggle With Her Weight Anymore

I had struggled with my weight my entire life. On my wedding day, I weighed 180 pounds. After that, I started letting myself go. I ate whatever I wanted and was not active at all. I kept making excuses for myself while ignoring the changes I was seeing in the mirror. I had not weighed myself in years, so I decided to buy a scale. When I finally had enough courage to step on, I was shocked to see my weight. After three years of marriage, my weight had skyrocketed to 250 pounds! I was considered morbidly obese. How did this happen? I was mortified, depressed, and so disappointed in myself. I decided that day to make a change.
I started immediately — I using Reduce Weight Fruta Planta ,the very same day that I weighed myself. They had just built a new fitness center in my community and my husband wanted to join, so I joined, too.

I realized that I was consuming almost 4,000 calories per day – about double what an average person should be eating. I instantly cut my calorie intake. After the first week, I had lost 5 pounds! This was so motivating, and it inspired me to keep going. I did research on how to burn calories and eat right. I became more determined as I saw more progress.

My biggest challenge by far was changing the way I ate. It was literally like a detox for me. I ate a lot of fast food with no regard for the calories it contained. I had to learn how to control portion sizes and limit calories. I also learned that I was an emotional eater. I would eat to soothe anger, anxiety, and fear. This is still a challenge today. However, counting calories gives me a formula to follow so it’s easier to know when I have had enough.

There were definitely times when I wanted to quit. At my halfway point, it started getting harder to lose the weight. I even plateaued for a few weeks. What kept me motivated was looking at pictures of when I first started and thinking about how far I had come. I would also read other people’s weight loss success stories and get inspired by them. I would tell myself, “If they can do it, I can do it!”

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