A woman, known on Instagram simply as Tiffany managed to shed 63 lbs. I know what you’re thinking, impressive, and it is, and you probably want to know how she did it. Well, you might be surprised to hear that she actually didn’t go on a diet and she didn’t spend hours and hours at the gym. Yes, really.
Tiffany used to weigh 224 lbs and she decided that it was high time to turn her life around, and the only thing she did, believe it or not, is she just cut out the unhealthy foods as well as all dairy products out of her diet completely.
“I decided to 100 per cent commit to being done with ‘junk food.’ No more candy bars, sodas, or other things alike. I went dairy-free and gluten-free. I felt better than I have ever felt in my life. No out-of-control cravings or anything. Just content.” the 25-year-old mother of two told Popsugar.
She is now a successful social media personality, amassing over 15.4k followers on Instagram, where it’s also mentioned that she went down from clothes size 2XL to S in just a year.
I did NOT want to do this workout today 🚫🙅🏼 I had every excuse in the book but I got it done ✅ . I’m leaving for Las Vegas tomorrow for a business convention and had to buy all new work clothes because lord knows all I have is workout clothes 😂 I probably won’t be posting too much on here for the next few days because of it but I will definitely try! Love you guys! Stay strong 💪 #noexcuses
Tiffany’s shared her story on Instagram and claims the support of her online ‘fit family’ is what keeps her motivated.
“People message me every single day and tell me that I’m their motivation. That they’re on their weight-loss journey because I made them believe they could reach their goals.” she stated. “I am setting an example for so many people, and it gives me purpose. I can’t let them down. I want everyone to achieve the change of life I have been so blessed to be able to achieve.”
So there you go. We now have solid proof that dieting and exercise isn’t always the way to go. All you have to do is cut out snack foods and dairy products. Please excuse me while I do that right now.