5 Months Vsg Bariatric/Diet/Workout Results: M/31/5'7" Went From 270Lbs to 162Lbs, 108Lbs Down
See how a Reddit user achieved a major weight-loss goal by going through VSG Bariatric, diet, and workout routine. Read his story here!
Article by Madeleine Smith
Losing weight is never easy.; it requires a lot of commitment and effort. However, a Reddit user, TwonsCreampies, achieved an awe-inspiring weight loss journey.
TwonsCreampies lost 108lbs in just 5 months by following a VSG Bariatric, diet, and workout routine. This procedure involves the surgical removal of a part of the stomach which then reduces the amount of food one consumes. In addition, he follows a high protein, low carbohydrate diet, and works out regularly.
The results speak for themselves. From weighing 270lbs, TwonsCreampies is now at 162lbs- which is a 108lbs weight loss. Notably, he feels great with his newfound ability to run with less stress on his joints. He is happy with his appearance and enjoys taking photos. More so, the weight loss journey has made him more conscious of his food choices and made him a cheap date as far as food and alcohol are concerned.
While the weight-loss journey might come with benefits like looking and feeling better, there might also be mental drawbacks like excess skin, low-self-esteem, or potential health problems. Hence, it is essential to consult with health professionals for the best approach.
In conclusion, weight-loss journeys are unique and personal; what works for one person may not work for another. TwonsCreampies' story is inspiring; however, it does not mean that every one of us should follow his route. The key takeaway is that with commitment and the right approach, reducing weight is achievable.
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Madeleine is passionate about empowering individuals with the information and tools they need to transform their bodies and lives.
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