My weightloss journey started in 2013, when i decided that i wanted to make a change. I’ve always been obese, since i was a little girl , and this situation caused me depression and eating disorder.my highest weigth was 110kg / 242lbs and that number marked the worst period of my life.At 16 i decided to change, to start loving my body and my life, and create a new prospective for my future.For the first period i have followed a vegetarian diet, created on the base on my necceties by a nutricionist. After some months i could add at my diet, some light workout (walking).Following this plan i’ve reached the weight of 80kg/ 176lbs and then i’ve stopped loosing weight for a while.After a little of ups and down i’ve got back on track, reach the weight of 70kg/ 154lbs.One year ago i’ve decided to became vegan, and start a new weght loss program, to reach my goal weight.Since October 2016 i’ve lost 5kg/ 11lbs following a vegan diet (1300kcal a day) and working out 2/3 days a week.My goal weight is between 63kg and 57kg, now i’m 65kg / 143lbs and i can’t wait to see how my body can still improve.Anyone who wants can follow my journey on my tumblr page, and contact me freely.
The Josh Peck weight loss story is weight loss inspiration to everyone who had a childhood obesity problem. Celebrity weight gain was never a problem for Peck, who became a child star despite his weight. These celebrity weight loss before and after pics should show you that when it comes to celebrity weight loss, Peck should be lauded for his magnificent effort. Peck lost over a hundred pounds with diet and exercise after deciding that he wanted to be healthier and to conquer his weight problem for good. He says that he wanted to be a role model for obese children, and has certainly proven to be one.
Josh is now looking fab, and is continuing to work promoting the problem of childhood obesity, and of course being the voice of many of your favorite animated characters.
So, I’ve been pretty open about the fact I’m dieting. I don’t hate my fat. I kind of like my lumpy bumpy self. I’m comfortable with who I am. I always hated how I look, whether I was my starved size six, or my largest, a size 30.
Over the last 2 years, I’ve changed my eating habits. I went from “eat ALL the things!” to “eat SOME of the things!” I cut down on carbs, cut out soda, even diet, except for an occasional treat. I cut out most junk food or bought the single serve sizes. I eat more fruit and veg, more whole grains. You get the idea.
I won’t go into ALL the whys and hows but because of an accident and the subsequent medications and inability to exercise meaningfully, I gained weight. 200+ lbs of it, to be exact. At my heaviest, I was a size 30. I weight 370ish lbs.
So, I wasn’t unhappy with my size. I could squeeze into a 3X or a 28 if I had to. It was okay. I’d never get my bikini body back. (At one point I was a size 6, 125-130 lbs and 5'8’. I wasn’t thin, I was emaciated and unhealthy. But I won my riding competitions and all that mattered was I was thin, not healthy.)
Imagine the difference a body goes through. I was a size 28/30.
I tried on a dress today. It’s an 18/20. And it fits. And it’s flattering. And even better, IT WAS ON SALE. So I bought it.
I’m not going to kid myself. Some styles require me to get a 22 or a 24. Some pant styles demand I buy a 26. And I’m okay with that. My body is not defined by a number on a tag.
It’s just huge from switching out of a 30 to an 18/20. I’m toned, I’m tanned, I’m more comfortable. I’m exercising more. Slowly and carefully because of the spinal cord injury, but I’m moving.
And tomorrow, I’m taking my fat ass to NYC in my new pretty dress. :)
I am 5'2" and every single pound showed on me. Being over 35, it was the hardest thing I have ever done, but well worth the work! I feel and look 10 years younger. I counted calories, limited sugars, breads and quit drinking soda. I walked, ran and rode my bike.
Pretty good food day today. Had that awesome steak salad for lunch and had some chicken and pepperoni for dinner.
Rob and Bode brought home sushi and I broke down and had 2 pieces, not enough rice in those rolls to throw my fat/carb ratio off but enough that I will have another sugar crave day tomorrow. …*sigh* when will I learn?!?
Delayed a day! The number I saw yesterday was not what I’d seen on Tuesday and made very little sense to me. SO, I decided to postpone official WIW.
PS: It’s crazy to look at each week and know I’ve lost ~2lbs every week, so in a way I know I’m rocking it, but it’s been 5 weeks and I”m like. Ugh. ONLY ELEVEN POUNDS? Don’t get me wrong I know it’s a dumb thought. But when you’ve been working your ass off and you don’t quite see it in the mirror or your clothes yet, you really have to remind yourself that don’t worry, you will.
This is where I look at my graph with what happens if I lose 1, 1.5 and 2lbs per week and see what happens in the next few months. 165-182lbs by The Wedding? OKAY. I’LL TAKE EITHER.