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This is what a good diet and plenty of exercise gets you; results.
I’m posting this photo again, because today is the 1-year mark of my weight loss.
It’s hard to believe that, as of today, I’m only 21 pounds away from my UGW of 135 lbs. I can’t wait to be able to say that I finally weight less than what I did when I was 10 years old.
*My starting weight was actually 236 lbs. I wasn’t sure if I was going to post “Before and After” photos and by the time I decided, I had already lost 23 pounds.*
I am 5’8” and 142 pounds. The different between the top two pictures and the bottom two are a total of 2 pounds. Just goes to show what toning can do for you :)
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Fat Loss Tip:
When choosing a Greek Yogurt… opt for PLAIN, nonfat yogurt if you are trying to lose weight/fat.
While greek yogurt naturally has sugar due to its dairy content, you can avoid the added sugar from the “evaporated cane juice” and fruit found in the bottom. While the plain flavor has only 7 grams of sugar, the “adders” can take it up to over 20 grams!!! Sugar creates a spike in insulin which promotes fat storage (not what you want when trying to lose body fat).
If you won’t have your Greek Yogurt plain, try adding some Stevia and fresh berries or apples. You can also change it up entirely by adding some dill, garlic powder, paprika and parsley for a yummy veggie dip!
veggie and rice burritos