Mom Samantha Carroll knew she put on too much weight when friends started asking when the baby was due. She wasn't pregnant. And her "baby" was four years old.
"I was heartbroken, and totally fed up," she said.
So Carroll decided to try a weight loss plan called the Cambridge Weight Plan, and it worked wonders. She went from a size 18 to a size 10 after completing the weight loss plan, which involved swapping her former meals with healthy replacements.
Mum so fat pals thought she was pregnant AGAIN drops four dress sizes https://t.co/NGFOaLkV5B pic.twitter.com/qbIFjSF33U— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) January 27, 2016
Mum so fat pals thought she was pregnant AGAIN drops four dress sizes https://t.co/NGFOaLkV5B pic.twitter.com/qbIFjSF33U
Now, she has a smoothie for breakfast, a morning snack of sliced orange, a tuna pasta salad for lunch, an afternoon snack of a Cambridge Weight Plan bonus bar and salmon with roasted vegetables for dinner. And she couldn't be more pleased with the results.
"I lost confidence and being overweight was the worst thing for me," Carroll said. "But when I lost the weight I felt I got myself back."
If you're looking for healthy breakfasts to help you lose weight, below are some great suggestions.
Eggs only have up to 75 calories each–giving you the low-calorie protein hit that you need to get you through the day. Even better news: according to a recent study, women who ate two eggs for breakfast lost 65 percent more weight than those who ate a bagel. Participants also felt more energized than their bagel-eating counterparts.