“On Aug.4, 2014, I decided to go a journey to lose weight, so I change my eating habits, and started walking every day for a mile, I started to baking my food, eating vegetables, drinking lots of water and exercising, I don’t eat after six. I exercise three times a day. I drink water from six to six. six.
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“This time last year I was at my highest weight, close to 170 pounds. I am 5’4 and based on my age, which was 43 at the time, height and weight, I was considered overweight. I became depressed, yet motivated. I started to walk several days a week then began to run. In July of 2014, I decided to join a gym. I was somewhat skeptical because I wasn’t comfortable in a gym environment. I made the decision to commit to getting in shape, as well as change my diet. I became a Vegetarian. My body began to make noticeable changes and the pounds started to shed. On October 19, 2014 while at the gym, I suddenly became dizzy, disoriented, sweating profusely and experienced shortness of breath. Rushed to the ER, after lots of tests, not only did I suffer a mild heart attack, but I was diagnosed with a genetic heart disease. I remember my Cardiologist saying, you have to stay out of the gym indefinitely. I was devastated. I had worked so hard. While recovering at home, I started to walk several miles per day in the park. Thinking about everything I’d been through and putting my life into perspective. I have family to live for. Maybe staying out of the gym is what’s best for me. Those were my daily thoughts, but I knew I couldn’t sit around feeling sorry for myself. With my Dr’s ok, I slowly began working out after only 5 weeks. Fast forward to today, this is how my body’s transformed. I spend 5-6 days a week in the gym weight training. My heart condition is controlled. I am no longer on any medications. Most importantly I’m celebrating my 45 birthday in a little over 2 months. Facebook: Rachel L Johnson as well as Fit and Fabulous after 40.”
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Is she too thin or have we just gotten used to seeing Black women overweight? Jennifer Hudson has been taking some heat for being too thin from her fans who have watched her drop major pounds as the spokesperson for Weight Watchers. She has never been this thin and as photos emerged of the actress in a bra and jeans combo, fans had mixed reactions for the new look. Earlier in her career, she was told she was too big, now she is too thin; seems like no matter what she does people will have something to say.
Clearly she has lost a lot of weight and is not shy about showing off a new svelte look that goes very nicely with the newly cut coif hairstyle that seems to really accentuates very pronounced features of her face. However, according to alantablackstar.com the weight loss is for a new movie titled ”The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete”, where she plays a heroin addict named Gloria.
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Sarah Massey who proudly told reporters she once broke a toilet due to her 7 foot circumference behind is now looking for encouragement from her BWDW Sisters to get healthy and fit! She regrets the interview for giving her a negative portrayal for feeling good about her weight and is now working with her trainer Sheila Simmons who has helped her lose over 100 pounds! Sheila says that working with Sarah is a blessing because she is the sweetest and kindest person she has ever known. Sarah knows that feeling sexy can only get you so far but your health is your first wealth and she is capitalizing by changing her lifestyle for the better.
Trainer Sheila Simmons says that Sarah’s challenge is to get under 400 pounds by eating for the next two weeks a 1200 calorie diet. “She has one protein shake for breakfast, a veggie meal for lunch, and a meat and vegetable at night. Her snack is a bag of 100 calorie almonds or a piece of fruit. This is for the next two weeks. However, I eventually want her to join Food Addicts In Recovery Anonymous.” she says.Your Read More Link Text