Wát een verschil: 10 x voor en na-foto's van mensen die héél veel afvielen

Wát een verschil: 10 x voor en na-foto's van mensen die héél veel afvielen

Het blijft een eeuwige strijd, dat afvallen. Kilootje eraf, gezellig feestje, kilootje eraan. Eigenlijk kun je er maar beter vollédig voor gaan, als je er eenmaal aan begint. Bij deze mensen is dat heel goed gelukt.

| Yara Mureau

En het verschil is indrukwekkend.

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Pascale (24) vond zichzelf te dik, viel 40 kilo af, maar kreeg vervolgens orthorexia


@Supathick2Supafit I Have been overweight all my life. I've also been on diets all my life. You name it, I did it. Then I ended up giving up on losing weight, I became comfortable being that fat girl with the cute face but when I gained my last 20 pounds and i wasn't able to enjoy the little things in life like taking my son to six flags; because I simply couldn't fit in the rides. Go to the movies without my thighs and butt hurting. Having to buy two seats on a plane so I didn't squish the passenger next to me ... And the list goes on and on. I decided it was time to change. I decided that my life was worth more than that. That I wanted to enjoy my life and not pretend like I was that happy confident fat girl. So after drastic changes and working out 4 to 5 times a week, I have now lost a total of 170 pounds. It's an every day battle but it is so WORTH IT. Physically I feel much better but psychologically I still have a lot of work to do. It's not easy ... Not saying it is but if you truly want it is worth every tear you will cry, every drop of sweat you will shed because you will have your life back and that is the best gift you could ever give yourself. #keto #vsg #gym #transformationtuesday #weightloss #beforeandafter #bariatric #nopainnogain #lowcarb

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H E A L T H Y// is the best lifestyle to live.. When I look at my senior photo on the left, I feel sorry because she didn't know happiness. Yes, being healthy is obviously not the only reason someone can be happy. But as for an OVERRALL happiness and fighting depression, it really makes a huge impact. The girl on the left looks in the mirror and cries. The girl on the left wouldn't wear shorts her whole life because when she did people would stare and talk. She hated shopping because the fitting rooms light shows you every flaw and piece of cellulite. She didn't like photos unless they were angled from above. She even deleted all her prom photos while crying, because of how she felt about herself.. And to cope with things, she would go get a large sweet tea and fries and eat her problems away.. I could not live like that anymore. After my overdose, I knew something had to change. It started with loving myself. Learning to love myself was my motivation. Learning to care about what I put in my body IS my motivation still. Caring about my health. Having a purpose. That's motivation. It will not be easy at first but I promise it gets easier in the end. It becomes a habit and then eating fast food will not go well with your body anymore so that won't even be an option! It gets better, but you have to start. Stop half assing it and only dieting for half a week. Put your full potential in. MEAL PREP. and don't have any bad foods in your house! PLEASE. Making this decision was the best decision of my life. It changed everything. Life will be better than you could even imagine if you simply just make the change. You can't get the ass you want by sitting on it, so get it NOW.

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#transformationtuesday, July 4th edition! Hard work and dedication. Above all, persistance. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I didn't lose 100 lbs just like that, snap of a finger. I lost 1 lb 100 times. That's 100 times I stepped on a scale and only saw a one lb difference. Was I anxious to see results? Absolutely. Did I step on a scale and frown because I only lost 1 lb but felt it should've been 10 lbs with the way I was eating and working out? Definitely! But it never stopped me or made me want to give up. I always pushed because I NEEDED this more than anything. More than any unhealthy meal and more than my couch after a long day. A spark lit in me and man did that spark turn into a massive fire.....and it's still growing. The same way I made that decision to get healthy, ive recently made decisions again to improve my body even more and take it to the next level. As you know I'm working with a personal trainer but ive also started taking some supplements and increasing my protein intake. But I'll go into this more in a separate post. You know I try and be transparent with you all and answer as many questions as I can. I'm excited for the coming months and this new phase!

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A few reminders for you: 💭Change, whether internal or external, takes time. Allow yourself as much time as you need. 💭Making critical, unkind, or self deprecating remarks about your body will not help it to change any faster. 💭Try to avoid seeking validation or approval from others, true validation comes from within. 💭When people make unkind remarks about you, your body, or your journey, this is a reflection of them – not of you. 💭Transforming yourself mentally or physically is not a race, don't worry about how long it takes you – forward is forward. 💭Make changes for yourself, not for others. 💭Remember that your mental health and happiness is just as important as your physical health and happiness, never compromise one for the other.

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It didn't feel like it was a choice. Getting healthy was an obligation I owed to myself. I had done enough damage to my body, so I owed myself the repair. I didn't see my diet (health quest) as a sacrifice, I saw it as a road to recovery of an addiction I had developed with food. When I started seeing food as fuel and as eating to survive rather than living to eat, that's when I committed 💯! Life no longer revolved around food, I broke all ties, and I ate when I was hungry and stopped when I was satisfied. There's always healthier alternatives, and I made the better choices to assure progress and change. I love food, but it no longer has a hold on me. As the weight was falling off, my will became stronger and my workouts were consistent. I was determined. And now it's amazing to see, that the sweat & courage, the really does pay off in the end. 5 1/2 years and counting!!!✅@adry_bella✅ BE STRONG, LIVE LONG💟

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On Tuesdays we transform 🦋 I look back on the changes we have both made, physically, mentally and emotionally and I couldn't be prouder. There is no one else on this planet who understands me like you do. Tomorrow is a very special day for us and we get to spend it together like always being the idiots we are. You have completed me, you filled in the missing puzzle piece.. you helped find my voice and most importantly you helped me realise my self worth. I'm incredibly lucky to have you on this journey with me! 177kg lost between us both... and we still ain't done yet 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 . 💕 . 💕 . 💕 . #gastricsleevecrew #wls #vsg #vsgfamily #vsginstacrew #transformationtuesday #aussiewlsbabes #transformation #excessskin #extremeweightlossstory #wlscouple #wlscommunity #sleeve #notfinishedyet #wlsgoal #gastricsleevesuccess

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