Carmen lost 20 pounds. She was tired of struggling with her weight and feeling uncomfortable. Working out consistently, eating smaller portions, and addressing and finding solutions for emotional eating have been critical factors in her success.
LaTasha lost 42 pounds. She began her journey because she was concerned about falling prey to boredom and emotional eating last year. By using portion control, practicing intermittent fasting, and staying active, she got results.
Transformation of the Day: Crystal lost 47 pounds. She just wanted to feel good, look good, and be healthy. With the help of her trainer and a meal prep service, she figured out how to release the weight and keep it off.
Transformation of the Day: Jerrica lost 63 pounds by focusing on her eating habits. She got results by eating six low-carb, portion-controlled meals each day. Her blood pressure has improved, she’s no longer pre-diabetic, and she truly enjoys working out.
Transformation of the Day: Lessie lost 70 pounds. During a visit, her doctor explained that she was at high risk for diabetes. She thought about how that would affect her husband and four children, and something finally clicked. With faith, determination, portion control, and consistent workouts, she has transformed and kept the weight off for a year.
Transformation of the Day: Hawah lost 115 pounds naturally, and she’s maintained this achievement for more than five years. She changed her eating habits by following a guide for eating right for your blood type. In 2016, she decided to train for the Marines Marathon and now she has run over 100 half marathons.
Renee lost 49 pounds. This mother of four used intermittent fasting and exercise to transform. She was dealing with high blood pressure and pre-diabetes and realized she was neglecting her health. She truly committed to a lifestyle change.
Linsey lost 45 pounds. The main tools she used are portion control and maintaining a calorie deficit. She is determined to be a healthy example for her children because they are her motivation.
Della lost 80 pounds. When the pandemic started, it put her in a bad situation: “nowhere to go + nothing to do = recreational eating.” She became more mindful of her eating habits, committed to daily exercise, and practiced portion control.
Courtney lost 43 pounds. Aware of her family’s history of obesity and heart issues, she was determined to stop the trend. She changed her eating habits as she learned more about nutrition and portion control. Mixing her workouts up keeps her from getting tired of the same routine.