Weight Loss: Woman Loses Nearly 7 Stones by Changing Just One Diet

The first two weeks of a new diet or weight loss plan can be the hardest, but when the results start showing, many are motivated to keep going. But for anyone who feels they’ve hit a plateau or need inspiration to haul, Express.co.uk spoke exclusively to Tejal Hewitt, who lost 6st 7lbs stone and documents his journey from “fat’lete to athlete”.

“Either I change now, or I end up with serious health problems.

“From that moment, in the summer of 2010, I made the decision to lose him for good.

“It took a year and I lost between 5-7lbs to 6-4lbs on a very low calorie diet – cut out most sweets and alcohol all via diet not some exercice.

“I kept most of the weight off with more yo-yo dieting, but only 1-4 pounds still on a calorie restricted diet, which created a cycle of over-restriction,” she explained.

“Lo-Dough has helped me tremendously over the past year to move the ‘lockdown’ pounds because I’ve given myself lower calorie alternatives to staple foods and the pizza bases are so versatile and perfect for a lunch low in calories.”

She continued: “Over the past two years I have learned to eat moderately deficit to lose weight and then keep it off.

“Track calories and make healthier choices, limit fried foods and have balanced meals.

“No magic pills or plans were used, just a flexible and balanced dieting approach.”

Tejal also gave advice for anyone looking to lose weight.

She commented: “I would say focus on the long term goal, a slow and steady plan as well as calorie tracking making sure you are in a calorie deficit while moving more.

“Try to make sure you’re getting enough protein in your diet and make a few easy food stops, like replacing regular fruit yogurt with fat-free Greek with high protein, Lo-Dough pizza, and candy bars. low calorie like Lo-Dough brownies and low calorie ice cream.

“I like big meals, so fill half the plate with vegetables.

“Finally, I would stay consistent and hold you accountable.”

Tejal’s weight loss story was provided by Lo-Dough, the breakthrough food technology company.

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