20kg down so far

 

 

I am really excited about my results to date, I have lost 20kg since I started on my sugar free journey on the 1st December 2015.

It has been amazing, thank you to all the people who came up to me and asked about my progress. Your support keeps on motivating me to keep on going.
Best of all, I get to wear some clothing that I was unable to fit into for a very long time.
I have done a lot of soul searching and reading about sugar, dairy and wheat, and how some people were not aware that they were either lactose or gluten intolerant because they have been eating them their whole life. So time for my personal experiment.
On the 1st of December I decided not only to remove sugar but also removed wheat, dairy and all processed foods and products from my diet.
This has been a challenge as almost everything available in supermarkets include these.
I also have been drinking between 3 and 4 litres of water a day.
On Christmas Day I relaxed my regime and ate everything, including the kitchen sink.
I have focused on the idea of quality over quantity and ensured that each meal is a rewarding experience.
I will keep you posted on my journey and my fight against obesity.

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