What a difference a year can make. I started 2015 feeling utterly miserable and stuck in a rut with my weight, weighing in after Christmas at the biggest I've ever been - 13 stone 4. I spent new year's day googling around for quick fixes and fad diets and I stumbled across the NHS plan. I've never stuck with any diet before but I joined the forum and made a start.
Now at the start of 2016 I weigh 11 stone 7 (5 pounds heavier than my lightest, but most of that can be put down to overeating at Christmas) and I feel like a completely different person! I am determined to continue to make positive changes this year and hope to get down to my goal weight of 9 stone (or at least under 10 stone so that I have a healthy BMI). I have a number of fitness goals as well
To everyone who has just started the NHS plan this year or is planning to start, let this be the one new year's resolution that sticks. This time next year the results will be worth it.