Busy But Healthy: Georgia Tsaparella -“How I got my life back by changing my eating habits”

1.What’s your story?
In recent years, from adolescence onwards I had an issue with that five pounds that were fluctuated. During my university studies, I was in an attempt to lose those pounds, but because I am fond of good food and I cannot say no to sweets, I couldn’t  managed to maintain a long term healthy diet.

2.What made you decide to lose weight?
Last July I decided I had to lose those pounds because my marriage is coming. So I have visited Anna’s office and she managed to adapt my daily diet considering my food preferences, pressed my program and the fact that I cannot spend my time cooking.

3.What was the personal target that you had set?
Because I didn’t have so many extra pounds, I didn’t set a personal goal. I just decided to keep my diet plan and lose pounds until I am satisfied.

4.How long did it take you to start to see results?
I noticed a decrease in my weight from the first week.

5.What were the most important changes you made to lose weight?
I started buying fresh vegetables and fruits and cooking easily foods that didn’t need a lot of preparation. Even when I stepped out to eat, I never lacked anything because I learned to choose what to order from the options I had.

6.How many kilos have you lost overall?
I have lost seven until now.

7.What was the most challenging thing you had to deal with during your weight loss journey?
The temptations I had to resist. But so far I can say I am dealing it very well.

8.What kept you motivated to continue your weight loss success?
The wedding, and my willingness to change for the better.

9.How has your life changed now that you have lost all the weight?
I always had self-esteem and loved myself. But losing those pounds which troubled me so many years with occasional fluctuations, it made me feel even better, giving me more confidence.

10.What advice would you give to others who are trying to lose weight?
The first thing we must all realize is that a proper nutrition does not mean we renounce our life and be fed only with fruits and vegetables just to reach our goals. We can lose pounds without depriving ourselves of almost anything. Just keep a balance. Beyond that, psychological factor is also very important. With good will, tenacity and patience the first results are close enough. I guarantee you.

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