Mother-of-four lost over 50kg after spotting herself in bad photo

Chelsea Dixon from Australia at 32 weighed up to 130 kilograms. Instead of trying to lose weight, she chose not to step on the scale and look in the mirror so she wouldn’t be upset again. Chelsea admits to being overweight almost all the time. Already at the age of 20 she weighed 100 kilograms, the situation worsened after four births, as a result of which another 30 kilograms were added.

The first turning point was the photograph of Chelsea: seeing herself in profile, the woman realized the true extent of her problem. After a while, she decided to stand on the scales, and then she firmly realized that something urgently needed to be changed. The woman began her weight loss by adding healthy, but tasty dishes, mainly based on vegetable products, to her diet. Gradually, she eliminated fatty foods and even replaced her usual deep fryer with an air fryer, which uses much less oil to cook.

She also started drinking more water. In addition to changing nutrition, Chelsea started playing sports. It all started with walking 10-15 minutes several times a week, but now a woman can easily run 10 kilometers!

The result is simply breathtaking: Chelsea Dixon managed to lose 61 kilograms, and now she wears clothes up to 7 sizes smaller. The woman is extremely satisfied with this result. By losing weight, she also lost her self-doubt. Now Chelsea really loves her body and believes she has become the best version of herself, she is full of strength and energy. Most importantly, she is healthy and happy.

To anyone who finds themselves in a similar position, she strongly recommends starting small, as each small step will gradually lead to big changes. The main thing: do not be afraid of failure and pull yourself together. Well, one more piece of advice from him: find support and help. For Chelsea, such support was her husband, who started losing weight after his wife.

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