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Male Reddit User Loses 35Lbs in 2 Months Inspiring Weight Loss Journey

Read the inspiring journey of a male Reddit user who went from 260lbs to 225lbs in just 2 months, and how he did it.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A picture of a 5'11" male showing a weight loss from 260 pounds to 225 pounds. A total loss of 35 pounds.
M/22/5'11" [260lbs > 225lbs = 35lbs] (2 months) She got bigger....I got smaller.
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


A male Reddit user recently shared his inspiring weight loss journey, wherein he went from 260lbs to 225lbs in just 2 months. The user, whose username has been deleted, credits his success to following a certain diet and exercise routine.


The user followed a low-carb, high-fat diet, popularly known as the ketogenic or keto diet. He ate foods such as eggs, bacon, avocado, spinach, and beef, while cutting out carbs and sugar. He also practiced intermittent fasting, which involves eating in a restricted time frame.


The user engaged in regular exercise, such as weightlifting and cardio, for at least an hour each day. He also incorporated more physical activity into his daily routine, such as taking the stairs instead of the elevator.


The user's hard work paid off, as he was able to lose an impressive 35lbs in just 2 months. He posted before-and-after pictures on Reddit, showing the noticeable difference in his appearance. He also reported feeling more energized and confident.


This inspiring weight loss journey shows that with dedication and determination, it is possible to achieve your goals. While the user's diet and exercise routine worked for him, it may not work for everyone. It's important for individuals to experiment and find what works best for their body. Additionally, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before embarking on any major dietary or lifestyle changes.

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