Transformation of the Day: Candence lost 87 pounds with healthy food, exercise, and determination. She refused to give up on her goals. My Sigma Gamma Rho soror shares details from her two-year transformation journey.
Transformation of the Day: Ash lost 90 pounds. Her motivation came from having high blood pressure. She knew that if she didn’t change her lifestyle, she could be at risk for stroke or heart attack in the future. She took action by adopting a low-carb lifestyle and working out.
Tamika lost several clothing sizes and 35 pounds. She decided that she didn’t want to come out of the pandemic heavier than when it started. By walking, biking, and following her weight loss coach’s plan, she getting results.
Transformation of the Day: Cheryl lost 65 pounds. At 49 years old, she was determined to walk into her 50s in good health. This proud mom used exercise and clean eating to transform her lifestyle. Check out her story. I’m Cheryl and I’m 49 years old. I started my weight loss journey in June 2015. At […]
Weight Loss Journey: Karen lost 200 pounds over the course of 2 years. She was turned down for weight loss surgery several times so she lost the weight with healthy eating and exercise. My name is Karen and I was morbidly obese for over 16 yrs. 520 pounds was my highest weight and 485 pounds […]
Weight Loss Story: Lavinia lost 38 pounds. Our Jamaican sista saw the pounds creep on after over the years and wanted to be back to her old size and level of health. She changed her lifestyle, went gluten free and saw the pounds drop and her health improve. Here is what she shared with us. […]
Update: Kim lost 170 pounds over the course of 7 years. Found the picture on the left the other day. Had to share it. These are about 7 years apart. #transformationtuesday #transformation #weightloss #weightlosstransformation #diabetes #weightlossjourney #arthritis #cycling #cyclist #thoughtsbecomethings A post shared by Kim Carter Martinez (@sugarfreeoreo) on Apr 25, 2017 at 9:31am PDT […]
People have bad knees for a variety of reasons. It can be from overuse, under use, past injuries, being overweight, having arthritis or many other disorders that affect the joint. The new thinking on joints is that staying in motion is more beneficial to keeping your mobility than avoiding movement. For many people, the benefits […]