Her weight loss journey began after her marriage ended and after she removed several negative people from her life. At the time, she also found out she had diabetes.
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Transformation of the Day: Mary lost 102 pounds with a low-carb lifestyle. She and her twin sister were both diagnosed with congestive heart failure and type 2 diabetes. After her sister passed due to cardiac arrest, she knew it was time to make some changes.
Transformation of the Day: Sarah lost 51 pounds. She didn’t want to be on high blood pressure and diabetes medications forever. Also, she was tired of being out of shape and feeling defeated. By limiting her carb intake, cutting out fast food, and making fitness a priority, she has achieved impressive results.
Transformation of the Day: DaVina lost 246 pounds. This woman put in the work. She totally changed her lifestyle and overcame a number of health conditions. She shared with us in detail about her 4-year transformation journey.
Transformation of the Day: Jennifer lost 78 pounds. Last year she was furloughed, sitting home, and stress eating daily. When she began to feel terrible, she went to the doctor and was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in September 2020. With her health and her family in mind, she decided it was time to make fitness and nutrition a top priority.
Transformation of the Day: Uriia lost 161 pounds. This mother of five started her journey seven years ago with Gastric Bypass surgery. She committed to changing her lifestyle to overcome type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, and high blood pressure.
Sophia lost 37 pounds. Diabetes runs in her family, and she saw her mom suffer from the disease for years. After she was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in May of this year, it was time for a lifestyle change. She switched to sugar-free and low carb foods and worked out consistently. Her A1C has improved, and she’s on track to get off Diabetes medication completely.
Transformation of the Day: Courtney lost 105 pounds. She has always taken pride in being a confident, plus-sized woman. However, weight loss became a priority as Type 2 Diabetes started to impact her life.
Michelle lost 33 pounds by watching what she eats and working out. She began her weight loss journey after being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in 2019. She didn’t want to have to prick her finger every day to monitor her blood sugar. Despite some ups and downs, she is determined to reach her goals.
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.