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People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

Losing weight isn’t easy. It requires a commitment and tons of patience just to be able to see the initial results. But fortunately, some people know what needs to be done to be consistent, and, after trying their best to improve their physical condition, they can now surprise everyone with their transformation.

We created a photo gallery of people who worked with determination and confidence to achieve the weight and health they very much desired.

1. “75 pounds less. The first picture is from May, 2019. The second picture is from January, 2020.”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

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2. “I lost 53 pounds. I did intermittent fasting and went for a low carb and gluten-free diet (due to an allergy).”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

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3. “61 pounds less. From class one obese to a healthy BMI in 10 months. Intermittent fasting changed my life!”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

© sushiqueen99 / Reddit  

4. “Through working out, fasting, and new eating habits, I’ve lost almost 45 pounds in 2 years! ”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

© Topzm / Reddit  

5. “Down 45 pounds. 15 to go!”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

© kahliemelsey / Reddit  

6. “Before, 207 pounds. After, 158 pounds. Took me 5 months.”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

© ankitaarao / Reddit  

7. “7 months difference. 297 pounds down to 189 pounds!”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

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8. “My hat didn’t fit. I decided to lose weight so I could wear it again. Unfortunately, I lost the hat.”

15 People Who Set a Goal to Change Their Looks and Achieved It

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