Hello guys! We meet again Last time, I've posted about my progress in 6 weeks I joined NHS Weight Loss Programme which I've lost 5Kg. So, this time, I'm proudly done all the 12 weeks and I've lost a total 8Kg! From 62Kg, now I weighed 54Kg I'm so happyyy! It's not just I gained a loss in weight but I've also gained a good health
How I made it to success? The key is your intention and determination. If you've set a pure and good intention,you have a really strong determination to achieve your dream, nothing can stop you from the success you crave for all this time. I've also been through a lot. Yeah. A lot! Being underestimated at the start doesn't put me down but instead I became more and more determined to achieve what I dreamt to achieve. And now I've prove to all the people who underestimated me that I've proudly done it!
I managed to follow all advices and guides from NHS Weight Loss Programme. I've also experienced "pitfalls" within weeks but I managed to get back on track and I've also experienced "weight loss plateu" in the last 3 weeks of the programme. To be honest, the last 2 weeks was hell for me. My physical health drop (worst fever and headache) causing me to be in a really stressful condition and lost in motivation, I can't hold myself from temptation and craving because of PMS. I felt really worst because I didn't loss anymore weight. My weight maintained 54Kg for the last 3 weeks.
But then, I realised, I've lost 8Kg and managed to maintained my weight for 3 weeks. I told my own self, "Aliah don't you think that you're doing great?". Then, I became motivated again I've decided to continue this programme for 3/4 week to lost 4-5Kg more
For your information, I'm a Muslim and currently it is the holy month of Ramadhan. So, it is a lot easier to be in diet I purposely extend my diet because I want to celebrate a meaningful Eid (a celebration after a month of Ramadhan). It's like a reward for what I've achieved and what I've been through. And, for those who are still struggling, I pray for your success. Keep moving on!
Till we meet again. Thank you for reading And thank you NHS!