Amazing Weight Loss Transformation! Angel Lost Over 200 pounds! See her video here!†Posted on Thursday, October 17, 2013
Starting Weight: Over 350 lbs
Current Weight: 150 lbs
“While on the Amino Diet, I felt … hopeful. I am someone who has achieved much. I worked as a Public Relations Director for a non-profit corporation, wrote extensively, was the first in my family to attend and finish college where I received my BA in English and am currently pursuing and have nearly completed my MA. Yet managing my weight…that was impossible.
I started at 346 pounds. After the first month I was almost to 300 pounds and could see the hope of being less than 300 and 299 looked beautiful. My three sons deserved better than I was giving them and this was a way to be a better mom. I deserved better than what I was giving myself. I found hope.
The easiest part was simply doing it. It required little of me in the beginning and then I changed with the program and time there were what I defined as levels I could increase as I changed. It made my impossible goals possible and within reach. The struggles had nothing to do with the Amino Diet. I had to shrink my enormous stomach. I had to make decisions to give myself good fuel and not junk. I had to make those choices, but I knew these drops were my special friend to conquering the beast my health had become.
The best part was weighing weekly and knowing that the scale was going down. The best part was pulling on my clothes and feeling them grow larger and not tighter. The best part was knowing I could keep losing weight and the drops would help me keep reaching my goals.
I weighed 346 pounds when I started … I now weigh 180. I have lost over 160 pounds. My clothes have gone from pushing a 28/30 to its limits to a comfortable 14/16.
Everyone I see asks me where my other half is. I frequently get the what did I do and I proudly say… The Amino Diet. I saw my children’s pediatrician and he hugged me and said simply, “I am proud of you.”
Everyone has complimented me. I can go past people I have known and they don’t recognize me. When they do recognize me it is a head turning jerk. I get a lot of hugs and shock. The photos explain it all. I looked like I was miserable, suffering, and depressed. Now I look alive. I am thankful.”