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Hello ladies and gents,
I hope this blog is reaching you all in good spirits. Sorry I've been M.I.A for the past month. This semester is quite demanding, but I needed to take the time to post my update. Everything is going great, and the weight is melting off. The amount of food I'm able to eat feels the same, some days it feels like less. Overall I'm just really happy to be where I'am at today. I started this journey 2 months ago at 274lbs and I'm down to 233lbs. I recieved my before picture today from Dr. Almanza and the results are shoking for being only 2 months. I no longer fear that this tool won't work for me. I hope you're all doing well and that your journeys are running smooth. I will be sure to update you next month .Click image for larger version. 

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  1. Icandoit's Avatar
    You look great!!
  2. martini1113's Avatar
    Awesome job
  3. ariggs's Avatar
    great joB!
  4. FeliciaB's Avatar
    Thank you
  5. Darrla's Avatar
    Keep up the good work! Congrats!
  6. BayouDarlin's Avatar
    You look great. Keep up the good work.
  7. FindingMyLostSpirit's Avatar
    What a difference. Keep working hard! (at school and your health)
  8. meme_mayham's Avatar
    Any advice?
  9. FeliciaB's Avatar
    Thank you all, it means so much.
  10. FeliciaB's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by meme_mayham
    Any advice?
    The key is to just follow the diet your Dr. gave you. Following that is a sure thing you will loose the maximum weight possible. Although here are a few more tips.
    Portion yourself so you don't over eat, because that hurts. It is hard at times, but it's getting a lot easier, and make sure you eat your protein first. Don't eat junk food, drink your water like it's a law. Be active at least 30 min a day.
    it also helps me when I don't look at the scale everyday. I did in the beginning, but it made me stress out when I would have a 3-7 day stall. Now I weigh once a week, and sometimes I don't even remember lol.