Here's What 3 Years Of Hard Work And Diet Does To A 300lb Woman.
Weight training had become her philosophy and she practiced it almost on a daily basis to get better.
She spent hours in the gym, and when she wasn't there lifting weights or using leg machines to tone her body, she was also busy studying. Of course, her studying was focused specifically on finding research that related to nutrition, fitness, and health.
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A year after she had made a life altering decision, she realized that her efforts had finally paid off.
Laura had lost more than 100 pounds by putting in a lot of work and effort. She had also found a way to change unhealthy habits, which had been pushing her towards some seriously dangerous health issues.
Exercise was doing wonders for Laura, but she knew that she had to make a little extra effort by dieting.
The first thing she did was to remove all of the foods that contained processed sugars and starches from her diet. In their place, she chose food items that were cleaner and healthier. This led to a massive reduction in weight.
Eating out used to be Laura's thing, but she knew she had to forget about that in order to get healthy.
Not only did she stop eating out, she also stopped ordering takeout food. This was a huge step, and it wasn't easy at first, especially when the cravings kicked in, but she pulled it off. She even stopped buying junk food when she went grocery shopping.
Drinking socially had also been a thing that the old Laura used to do, and it was hurting her.
In order to get fit and stay fit, she stopped ordering alcoholic beverages when she went out with her friends. While she was at it, she also hit the brakes on binge eating on food that was not good for her. Eventually, dishes like this one became the norm for her.
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