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The Weight Loss Journey of Reddit User [Deleted]

Explore the weight loss journey of a Reddit user with 62 upvotes and no comments.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A progress pic of a 6'1" man showing a fat loss from 230 pounds to 195 pounds. A respectable loss of 35 pounds.
M/36/6'1" [230lbs > 195lbs < 203lbs = 27lbs] (4 Years) Went up to 215lbs during the peak of Covid. Even happier now than in the 2nd pic to have some more muscle!
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


We stumbled across a Reddit post from a user who deleted their account. The post received 62 upvotes but had no comments. However, upon reading the post, we were inspired by the user's weight loss journey.

Starting Point

The user explained that they had been overweight for most of their life and had tried various diets and exercise programs without success. They decided to take a different approach and began tracking their caloric intake using an app. They also started going on daily walks.


The user reported that they initially lost weight steadily, but then hit a plateau. They changed up their diet and exercise routine, and eventually broke through the plateau. Over time, they lost a total of 50 pounds.

Lessons Learned

The user shared that the key to their success was consistency and patience. They didn't try to lose weight quickly or drastically, but instead made small, sustainable changes to their lifestyle. They also found support from online communities and friends who were also on weight loss journeys.


Although we don't know the identity of this Reddit user, their story serves as a reminder that weight loss is a personal journey that takes time and effort. By making small changes to their lifestyle and finding support, this user was able to achieve their weight loss goals. We hope that their story inspires you to try things out for yourself and find what works for you.

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