You win the Internet today!
Are you replacing his dietician? Great job! Looking good.
That’s soooo great to hear! Congratulations!
I want to play too! Only the most recent 28 has come off because I am doing lazy keto, but I’d stalled for about a year in weight loss efforts and suddenly was gaining back again. Taking all sugar out and limiting fruit essentially put me into a Keto diet (I’d removed grain years ago and upped my healthy fats about two and half years ago). Ninety-four down, 17 to go!
Amazing! pretty in both pictures, but what an inspiration!
I’m glad it’s working for you! Thank you for posting your photos and how you did it. Good luck on the remaining 17.
This is the way I eased in to this WOE as well😄
Thank you for sharing
I started keto at 35. Who knows what disasters have been averted! Keep calm and keto on.
Wow, Michele! Very cool!
The “disasters averted” part is funny, isn’t it? I just remembered the other day that in my mid30s I was getting joint pain in my fingers. There’s a fair amount of arthritis in my family, so that was likely an early start on the path to barely-functional hands.
It pretty much disappeared when I went paleo, and I haven’t had a twinge in years and barely think about it. If I had been “cured” of full-blown arthritis it would have been a huge success, but avoiding it was kind of a non-event.
Anyway, well done! You look terrific and happy (also you look like you’re in your 20s, which is kind of neat ).
Good for you, Michele! Even though you didn’t have a lot to lose, the difference is noticeable and nice. And as you say, it will help with other things in the long run. I’ve usually been “overweight” (not “obese,” although I have been there briefly), but after age 50 I did develop a couple of health problems that can be linked to overweight.
Looks so toned. Wish I’d started younger
You and me both, girlfriend. I wish I had known about keto and insulin resistance in my 30’s instead of Weight Watchers!
Wow! Besides the obvious changes, your skin looks amazing!
Weight Watchers. What a racket that causes yo- yo ing and utter and complete frustration. I left over eight years ago when I was shamed and quickly shut down by the group leader after I was telling folks in a meeting about how I’d decided to cut grain the past week and had lost two pounds and had only been losing less than half a pound each week prior and had been sticking within points. She snapped at me, “This is a program that allows you eat everything!” Of course, they started every meeting reminding people that they could purchase this new WW brand 2-point ‘snack food’ at the front after the meeting.
Hi there: My name is Grant and yesterday (Nov 14) was my first year ketoversary! Thus far I have lost 144lbs. I thank the Lord for leading me to the 2 Keto Dudes. When I started, I couldn’t even walk home (a 7 minute walk) without stopping to rest. Since Nov 14 I have walked 3,364,717 steps or 2,220.6 km. I loved walking, but could no longer do it. My prayer was to finally get back to a place where I would love walking again, Done! The before picture was me a couple of years ago. I was not at my heaviest and could still walk quite a distance. The after picture was me in October, I have lost more weight since then. I can’t wait to see what the next year brings and Keto is a way of life for me, not a diet. Thanks to the Carl and Richard for being such a tremendous inspiration!
Well done, congrats!
Looking good , but more important you feel good congrats
That is phenomenal! Way to go, way to get your life back!