A woman who was called a "fat man" at work lost 50 pounds after she gave up carbonated drinks and began controlling portion sizes.
Lea Taylor, 24, from Glamorgan Valley, UK, admitted she was "never sure of her exact size" and wore baggy clothes to hide her body, reports Wales Online.
But that all changed when she took up a new cleaning and security job at the airport. There she was almost immediately nicknamed "fat", which led to her quitting a few weeks later.
Because of the isolation, Leah reached her maximum weight of 113 kilos, and she developed anxiety and fear of what people would say about her weight behind her back.
Lea to lose weight / Photo: walesonline.co.uk
Anxiety has developed into agoraphobia, which is the fear of being in a situation from which it can be difficult to escape or that help will not be available if something goes wrong.
However, in October 2021, she decided to change her life and started a meal replacement plan, resulting in her weight dropping to 63kg.
Lea after losing weight / Photo: walesonline.co.uk
Leia sat on a low-calorie diet consisting of cocktails and bars for breakfast and lunch, as well as healthy food in the evenings. She admitted that she did not control portions before the diet did not exist.
The woman lost 50 kg / Photo: walesonline.co.uk
Now the woman decided to do more sports. "I recently bought dumbbells and am thinking of turning my spare room into a workout place," she said. "I'm going to focus on building muscle and toning my body through home workouts, and I'll finally be able to feel comfortable on my exercise bike, which was really hard for me to use until I lost weight," she shared.
Recall that the woman increased her breasts from the second to the 14th size and showed what she looked like. She also had a Brazilian buttock lift, two nose surgeries and injected fillers into her face.
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