Ramona lost 100 pounds

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Ramona weight loss journey

Ramona lost 100 pounds. This proud single mother is breaking generational curses, living her best life and facing food addiction head on. Gastric sleeve surgery, therapy and 10,000-15,000 steps a day are just some of the things that have helped her transform.

Hello, my name is Ramona. I am 43 years old and 5’4 ″. I started my weight loss journey four years ago. I started with 283 pounds, which is my highest weight. Today I weigh 183 pounds.

I am a single mother of a 10 year old child. I went through a horrible divorce. My ex-husband left when he was eight months pregnant and has never been part of my son's life. When I was five years old, I decided that I needed to make a change in my life and reconcile with all my demons. I also had an absent father. I want to cancel all my generational curses and give my son a chance. This weight loss journey has also helped my child feel healthier, and we are living our best lives.

I decided to undergo gastric sleeve weight loss surgery in June 2016 because I was at the point of no return. I have been at 177-183 pounds for the past year now. I still have 20 pounds more to lose. I fight every day to stay on track, but I will definitely succeed.

Ramona weight loss journey

My story is like the one that many of you have experienced. I've been overweight all my life. Now I realize that I am addicted to food and use it as self-medication to fill an emotional void. Being able to recognize this has been HUGE! After surgery, I went to therapy. I not only had to heal my physical being but also my emotional being. Now I am more in tune as to whether I am eating to live or living to eat. I have relapses like all addicts, but I focus again, reassess and discover my triggers.

I try to follow a low carb diet and I joined Weight controller keep. Since I joined Weight controllerI have noticed that carbohydrates are not my friends. I tried to reintroduce refined carbohydrates into my diet, but I noticed a change in fat accumulation. I will continue with WW while I work to eliminate processed carbohydrates.

Regarding my exercise routine, I do 10,000-15,000 per day, and I have run four 5K. I use the application of 5K sofa to train. I do too Get away from the pounds Workouts at least three days a week.

I started this trip to be there for my son, and that is what motivates me every day. I think the biggest lesson I've learned from this whole process is to love myself, take care of myself and recognize my triggers, like any addict.

My advice to other women: heal your soul. Once he heals his soul, he will have self-love to heal his body. It's okay to fall off the car, but you have to jump again. Understand your triggers and embrace them. I left behind negative people and I have only a few friends that I know are true.