Transformation of the Day: Carla lost 63 pounds. Fibroids, neck pain due to a bad accident, and knee pain could not stop her. She avoided dining out and getting takeout during the lockdowns, which led her and her family to adopt healthier eating habits. She also shared that her husband partnered with her on this journey and became her walking partner.
Camesha lost 100 pounds with healthy food and exercise. For her, this journey was about much more than the physical. As she focused on healing her mind and soul, that made the process flow much easier.
After being in a toxic relationship, she realized she was depressed and needed to make a change. She also wanted to find a remedy for the knee and back pain she was experiencing. By working out, becoming a Pescatarian, and letting go of her excuses, she has transformed.
Transformation of the Day: Lenora lost 170 pounds by walking and switching up her eating habits. After her son was teased about her size by classmates, she decided it was time to take action. She did her research and took practical steps to overcome stress eating/overeating. She also shared that her brother partnered with her on this journey, and they motivated each other.
Transformation of the Day: Andria lost 51 pounds. She shared with us how she took action by making fitness a priority and changing her eating habits, which included becoming a Pescatarian.
Transformation of the Day: Natassa lost 77 pounds. When she barely recognized herself in birthday photos, this mom of three decided that it was time to change her life. Now she has a healthy relationship with food, she’s becoming a Pescatarian, and she works out 5-6 days a week.
Transformation of the Day: Tess lost 69 pounds. When the weight started affecting her health, she decided to make a change. She created her own plan that combined intermittent fasting, pescatarian meals, and liquid meals.
Transformation of the Day: Raqual lost 78 pounds. She is a Registered Nurse and mother of three. Part of her motivation was that she wanted to follow the same healthy recommendations she would give to her patients. She adopted a pescatarian diet and committed to a fitness routine that works.
Teila lost 28 pounds. Treatment for thyroid disease at sixteen caused significant weight gain. Years later and several diets later, she was still on the weight loss rollercoaster. In 2020, she started researching what eating habits would help her release the weight, and she joined a gym.
Transformation of the Day: Ambur lost 78 pounds. In August 2020, she decided that she was tired of “faking the funk” and wanted to get back doing the things she loves the most. Exercise was not a major factor in her success. Ambur transformed by fully committing to healthy eating habits.