We get the pleasure of coaching this beautiful lady every Wednesday! Fully enjoying her life on Phase 4. Down 46.9 lbs and reduced Body Fat by 17.4%. Today she told us "she's ready to get rid of all of her old clothes!" She's not going back! Great job Nicole, you are a true inspiration! #reclaimyourhealth#idealproteinphase1#pamsweightlosslv#weightlossjourney
Whoa! She got bangs! 💁🏼 'tis true! Felt like I needed a little change - so bangs it was! hehe🙈 Okay! I gotta go to the gym now! 💪🏻
56 720212 hours ago
116kg vs 75kg my first weight loss journey changed not only how I looked physically, it changed me emotionally and spiritually. It was as if as I surrendered that aspect to God I gave him room to move freely and rearrange things. Total glow up mind, soul and body
72 20546 hours ago
Here's a little bit of history about myself. I lost some weight 6 stones (38kg) using The Cambridge weight plan 10 years ago. When I got to my goal weight one of the things that my consultant said was " if you go back to eating the same food you were eating prior to losing the weight you will put the weight back on. So fast forward 2017 instead of an almond Croissant and a Cappachino with 4 sugars, I've opted for 👉🏾 Oats
👉🏾 A banana
👉🏾 Raspberries 👉🏾 Almond milk 👉🏾 Honey
This will keep me fuller for longer whilst giving me all the nutrients I need for my workout at 12
Hope this was useful.
Happy hump day 💪🏾💪🏾
I often think about how unhappy I was when I was morbidly obese. Was it the physical aspect, the mental aspect, or all of the above? For me it was truly everything combined.
You know that feeling when your house is a mess, and you feel like you can't get anything done until you clean it up first? It's like you just need that clean and clear foundation before you start anything else.
That's how I used to feel about my weight/life, yet I didn't know how to clean it up. I felt absolutely stuck. There was no instant fix, and no matter what I tried I couldn't ever seem to stick to anything. I desperately wanted that instant fix, that clean and fresh start, yet I was living in a continuous state of discomfort.
I wanted to change so badly, but after countless failed attempts I felt hopeless. A few weeks after starting keto I remember feeling a freedom from food that I hadn't ever experienced before. I still enjoyed food, but on my own terms. Gone were the days of being a slave to the highs and lows of my sugar/food addiction. I felt clearer, and I finally wasn't hungry all the time. This change gave me the space and clarity to focus on my own self growth and eating habits.
There were days where it felt like I had a mountain to move...but on days when I doubted myself, you all were there with endless support and love to keep me going. I've lost over 120lbs now, and trust me I know the struggle, but I promise you that nothing can stand in your way when you have the right goals in place. Never ever give up!