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From 300 to 200 Pounds at 18: the Inspiring Weight Journey of a Reddit User

This Reddit user lost 100 pounds and still has more to go! Read on to learn more about the inspiring journey and advice from supportive Reddit comments.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A before and after photo of a 5'10" male showing a weight reduction from 300 pounds to 200 pounds. A total loss of 100 pounds.
M/18/5’10 [300>200] it’s not very much but it’s something to be proud of, still have more to go.
Originally posted on /r/progresspics

Soughtbutnotseen, an 18-year-old Reddit user, recently posted progress pictures showing his journey from 300 to 200 pounds. While he admitted that he still had more weight to lose, it is undeniable that he has already made significant progress.

Many supportive comments flooded his thread, with users congratulating him on his progress and encouraging him to keep up the hard work. Some users pointed out that losing 100 pounds is a significant accomplishment and something that he should be proud of.

Despite the positive feedback, some comments raised concerns about his mental health and the extreme methods he may have used to lose the weight. Seeking help from a professional may be necessary if he is experiencing disordered eating habits.

Soughtbutnotseen's progress can serve as inspiration to anyone looking to lose weight through healthy methods. Eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly are essential for long-term success, and seeking support from friends and family can make the journey less daunting.

Ultimately, no matter where one is on their weight loss journey, it is essential to acknowledge and celebrate progress while also recognizing the need to continue working toward goals. Soughtbutnotseen's story serves as a reminder that success is achievable with hard work and commitment.

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Madeleine Smith

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Madeleine is passionate about empowering individuals with the information and tools they need to transform their bodies and lives.