This is my 45 pounds weight loss story. I wanted to share with you the details of my personal journey & everything I learned to help me achieve my goals! I hope this can inspire others to make healthy changes in their lives! SW: 165lbs – CW: 120lbs and HEALTHY xoxo Katie (Oh there is more below!)

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  1. Hi, I use to do cheerleading at uni and went I graduated I stuck with yoga at Home. However, around 2015-2016 I stopped yoga and only did it sometimes and I went up a size but I didn’t feel bad as I was still slim. 2016-2017 it got worst because I was in a lot of stress with my masters course and stopped any exercises and now I can’t lose any weight. Yoga isn’t helping me anymore and I went from XS/S to a Large size in clothes. I am not a gym person and don’t like being in that environment. What workout shall I do. I put a lot of weight around my stomach, lower back and I’ve noticed my breasts have grown too.

  2. 17 in only 4'11 and I am at 136 and I need to get back down to at least 115 your story is very relatable to what I have been doing with on and off and now I am glad to have found this channel and I am definitely going to set forth my goal thank you for creating your channel

  3. Question: I have an hour glass body shape so my weight is spread across my whole body. I've started working out and adopting a healthy diet. I eat oats for breakfast and the first thing I do after I wake up is drink honey with warm water with some lemon juice added to it(on an empty stomach. After a lot of research I've found that the honey mixture helps lose weight fast provided one works out while consuming it on a daily basis). I've completely given up oily, sugary foods and my vegetable intake is very good. For work out I do jump rope in the evening at 8 and squats in the morning. Should I do something more, or is what I'm going wrong, or do I change something? I'm about 5'3 and I weigh 69-70 kilos. Please help! I really want to get fit and loose weight!

  4. This made me tear up a little bit because I am at that point right now I'm super uncomfortable just finishing college. I was always a little stick and now I feel so big and gross and Im losing hope 🙁

  5. Thank you so much for all your inspiration!! I am so sick of feeling unhappy with life and myself. Watching your videos really helps to make me not feel alone in my struggle and give me the motivation to feel GOOD.

  6. I have start my weight loss journey about 1 month and half a go and lost 6 Kgs I was 86 to day am 80 and am keeping it on even I was never thinking that I can be healthy and eating clean to loss weight was always a big struggle in my life but everything is possible I hope I became 60 pray for me guys !

  7. It's not only about feeling good. You wanted to be skinny otherwise you wouldn't have lost all that weight and changed your whole life style. We can't feel good while feeling fat. Being fat makes us hate our bodies and hate ourselves. I'm just being honest here bc I hate it when ppl tell you to embrace and love your body the way it is

  8. I struggle with hypothyroidism and I'm 30 5'6 155 lb and I have been up and down with my weight, I really try my best though my days can be very hard and some alot of energy. .. but I really have to believe in my self to keep myself motivated to keep up with 3 kids and a job plus working out😧😞

  9. This is truly inspiring:) thank you for sharing your story! I do have one question. I have a sweet tooth! I work in a clinic and patients are always bringing us sweets. How do you control yourself when what you love to eat is always surrounding you?

  10. My problem is I can't seem to ACTUALLY focus on getting healthy. I've heard this advice a million times, that it should be about your health and not your size and that you need to do it to feel good, and I get why people say it. I really do. It's just that every time I commit to this sort of mindset, below it all there's still that constant "I'm going to be skinny if I do this" motivation. I can't seem to get rid of it. A lot of the time, it just feels like I'm kidding myself thinking I'm doing this for my health when in reality it's still about the looks. And I've never actually gotten advice on how to change that mindset.

  11. Thank you for sharing your story, Katie – it's very inspirational indeed and often it really is just about making small adjustments here and there and not despairing – I have also done the yo-yo dieting and dropping 45lbs in 5 months and managed to maintain it until my desk job got on top of me – now, however, I'm taking control back and focusing more on doing something active 5-6 days per week and taking breaks when my body says I should…it's really just baby steps and our bodies are so amazing that they adapt and change quickly!

  12. Hi! Can you share some nutrition books you read/recommend? Doing my own research on nutrition too but most of the books I see are on specific diets, but really just wanna learn about nutrition in general!

  13. I'm 15 and turning 16 soon, I'm 5'7 and 156 pounds most of my weight is in my thighs and love handles and I'm running everyday now ( I dance but I don't have classes rn bc I'm on holiday) and I'm eating healthy my goal is 147 pounds, any tips?