Trisha lost 55 pounds/25kg. She is an aboriginal woman from Australia. After her doctor advised her that she was at risk for diabetes and high blood pressure, she decided to change her lifestyle. During her transformation journey, she developed a love for trail running that led to her discovering a passion for helping people reach their fitness goals.
Transformation of the Day: Charletta lost 95 pounds. Her motivation is her health. She had high blood pressure, and her weight was affecting an ankle injury. She did her research, committed to the Ketogenic diet, and worked out consistently to get these incredible results.
Keisha lost 149 pounds. As she transitioned into her 40s, she was determined not to let PCOS, high blood pressure, depression, and low self-esteem stop her from living a healthy life. She made practical changes to her eating habits, worked out, and never gave up on her goals.
Erika lost 33 pounds with healthy eating habits and exercise. This mother of two was tired of high blood pressure, depression, and carrying extra weight. Now, she is thriving, and her confidence is through the roof.
Transformation of the Day: Ashley lost 171 pounds by working out and changing her eating habits. When very high blood sugar and high blood pressure rendered her temporarily blind, she knew that she had to turn her life around. With the help of a diabetic counselor and a will to reclaim her health, she has transformed.
Transformation of the Day: Vicki lost 76 pounds. She wanted to avoid developing high blood pressure and diabetes. Walking for an hour every day and becoming a vegetarian really paid off for Vicki. She also credits therapy as a significant factor in her success.
Transformation of the Day: Zu lost 102 pounds with exercise and portion control. She knew that her lifestyle was leading her down a path towards high blood pressure and diabetes, so she committed to making healthy choices.
Transformation of the Day: Tasha lost 114 pounds. Her turning point came one year ago when she found out that she had diabetes, high blood pressure, and arthritis in both knees. She shared with us how she took action to improve her health.
Transformation of the Day: Schantel lost 47 pounds. Consistency, portion control, and having her sorors as accountability partners were all essential to her success. She is a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., as you can see from the tattoo. (As am I. EEYIP!) Check out her transformation journey.
Transformation of the Day: Lashea lost 56 pounds. After having her 2nd child, her blood pressure was very high. She didn’t want to take medication for the condition, and that became the catalyst for her transformation journey. By exercising and watching what she eats, she has reclaimed her health.