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A Five Month Journey of Losing 15.5Lbs: a Reddit User's Weight Loss Success Story

Read about june_pi's journey of losing 15.5lbs in 5 months, gaining self-confidence along the way. Try her methods for yourself!

Article by Madeleine Smith

A photo of a 5'7" woman showing a weight cut from 181 pounds to 165 pounds. A total loss of 16 pounds.
F/25/5'7" [181lbs/82.2kg > 165.5lbs/75kg = 15.5lbs/7.2kg] (5 months) Picked up some self confidence since last time
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Reddit user june_pi recently shared her successful 5-month journey of losing 15.5lbs, going from 181lbs to 165.5lbs. Along with her weight loss success, she also gained self-confidence.


June_pi mostly focused on making better food choices and portion control. She cut out sugary drinks and junk food from her diet, and instead opted for more fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins. She also tried intermittent fasting, restricting her eating window to 8 hours a day.


June_pi incorporated exercise into her routine, doing a mix of cardio and strength training. She started with 20-30 minutes of cardio and worked her way up to an hour. She also lifted weights and did bodyweight exercises to tone her muscles.

Self Confidence

In addition to losing weight, june_pi also gained self-confidence. She reported feeling better about herself and her body, and even tried on a swimsuit for the first time in years. Her success inspired her to keep going and continue making positive changes.


June_pi's journey of losing 15.5lbs in 5 months is inspiring and shows that with dedication and consistency, anyone can achieve their weight loss goals. By making better food choices, incorporating exercise into her routine, and gaining self-confidence, june_pi's weight loss journey is a great example for anyone looking to make positive changes in their own life.

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