Woman Describes Her Incredible Weight Loss Of 122 Pounds by Changing Only 5 Habits
Obesity and being overweight is perhaps one of the biggest problems facing people all over the world. Defeating her obesity problem was one woman who just made a few changes in her lifestyle and narrated her experience for the benefit of all those wanting to lose weight. Kiah Twisselman underwent a life-changing experience by going through an incredible weight loss journey losing 122 pounds in just one year. Before she began, she weighed 285 pounds which she then brought down to 163 in one year. She says she did it by changing just 5 lifestyle habits and now wants to help others realize how losing weight is easy if you remain committed.
1Kiah says a healthy lifestyle and commitment is important
Kiah even became an instructor who advocates patience as one of the biggest factors in losing weight. Trying instant remedies and getting quick results is not the answer for a long-term permanent weight loss. She says that if you want to lose weight, you need to create a healthy lifestyle with the consistency of habit and commitment. Ultimately this pays off.
2She tried everything but failed
Kiah Twisselman a cattle rancher who is from San Luis Obispo, California was overweight as you can see by her photos. In spite of trying different diets, nothing worked and every diet failed her. She was at a loss what to do. Realization that she needed to do something about her life and her weight came one day when flying from Kentucky to Arizona when she couldn’t fit. She even needed a belt extender to secure her seat belt. Reading a book by Rachel Hollis named “Book Girl, Wash Your Face,” she suddenly received a wakeup call. Call it insight or what you will, but Kiah finally understood what she really needed to do and it depended only on her.
3She struggled with weight issues from childhood
Kiah was just 25 at the time and felt she needed to stop feeling sorry for herself and considering herself a victim. She felt it was time she took responsibility for her own actions. “I knew it was time to stop being a victim of my circumstances and take ownership of my decisions, so I could build the life I really wanted for myself,” she said.
Kiah describes how as a child she was overweight and struggling with it. Even her parents had a similar problem and she at the time felt she would be obese all her life. She also understood that she had a hereditary risk of diabetes and heart problems but was not sure what to do about it. Her weight became a real obstacle that prevented her from doing the normal things we do in life.