Transformation of the Day: Latisha lost 70 pounds. Back in 2012, she was pre-diabetic, unhappily married, and pursuing a bachelor’s degree. This busy mom’s lifestyle change included a healthy diet, regular exercise, and a divorce. During her journey, she developed a love for running.
Rochelle lost 162 pounds. With her daughters and grandsons as her motivation, she is determined to be healthy and avoid a family history of high blood pressure and diabetes. She adopted a plant-based, alkaline way of eating and worked her way up from walking to running.
Kimberly has gone from wearing an XXL to a size Large. After the loss of her husband, she fell into a depression. Years later, she realized that she deserved to be happy and healthy. With counseling, healthier eating habits, and exercise, she healed her mind and body.
Update: We featured Charli’s story back in Dec 2019 when she lost 68 pounds. She wrote in to share that she kept the momentum going, and she’s lost 90 pounds total. She found success with intermittent fasting, boxing, running, and by adopting a mostly plant-based diet.
Transformation of the Day: Lawanda lost 54 pounds this year. She began her journey after seeing a photo of herself, and not recognizing who she was looking at. She worked out regularly and conquered overeating and emotional eating.
Transformation of the Day: Nazarae lost 54 pounds. She was tired of constant depression, not having a social life, and allowing weight to dictate her life. In April, she started her transformation journey. Learning how to track macros and create a meal plan has been a game-changer for her.
Transformation of the Day: Kami lost 80 pounds. She felt hopeless and was avoiding mirrors and photos. By leaning on her faith in God and making this process a real lifestyle change, she figured out what works for her. She adopted a Keto diet and has gone from jogging to running three miles a day.
Transformation of the Day: Breyanna lost 122 pounds. She wanted to be a healthier version of herself and see her Crohn’s disease go into remission. She made very practical changes to her eating habits and walked for exercise. Eventually, she worked her way up to running four miles straight.
Transformation of the Day: Keaja lost 85 pounds with discipline, dedication, and patience. Switching to a low carb diet, drinking lots of water, and working out 3 to 4 days a week really worked for her.
Transformation of the Day: Portia lost 166 pounds by having VSG surgery, working out 5-6 days a week and finding healthier alternatives for her favorite foods. She thinks that there is a huge misconception that bariatric surgery means that a person didn’t have to work hard to lose weight. Check out her story.