Overall health purposes and bringing in 2017 and my 30th birthday in good health conditions.

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: My homemade salad

Favorite Sinful Food: Yogurtland

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Sprints on the football field.

My Approach to Weight Loss: Healthy eating habits, one day at a time

My Weight Loss Program: I don't follow a program

My Diet Plan: My own develpoed from a variety of best practices.

Fitness/Exercise Apps: I don't use any apps

Fitness Devices: Basis Watch

DietBet Winnings: $772.23

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TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
+4.1% Since last weigh-in+8.6 lbs
0% 1-Month Change0 lbs
-10.4% Lifetime Change-25.4 lbs

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by - 02/28/2017 7:55PM

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It's been a pleasure shedding the pounds alongside you! Thank you for offering support and encouragement and sharing your story and struggles!
Healthy weight loss is a process, NOT a miracle
by - 02/11/2017 2:33PM

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nicole m.

Thanks for sharing this. Sometimes a connection to someone else's story can be a meaningful motivator. You're a strong man and I am sure your grandpa is proud.

Jasmine G.

This is a fabulous story, and thank you for sharing your experience! I really appreciate the fact that you're such a supportive member of the dietbet community and so consistent about sharing info on your lifestyle!The "short" of my story is that I'm 101 lbs down from my highest-ever weight that I saw on the scale in October 2014. I lost the first 80 by Spring 2015 and jmore or less maintained for about 1.5 years--got married, finished grad school, had a baby. Obviously pregnancy wasn't a maintenance period, but I gained the medically-recommended amount of weight and lost it within a month of having my son. I'm now working on the last 25 lbs in order to reach a BMI of 24, which is my long-term goal for maintenance. It really DOES get harder to lose as you approach your goal, but I think the changes are more visible. Weight loss is never easy but it's always so rewarding, and I will always count losing 100+ lbs as one of the coolest things I've ever done. I'll post a before and after pic soon-- I'm about 21 lbs heavier in my current "after" pic so I need to update it!