Today is a good day. It is a day worth celebrating. I made it 100 days of Keto (notice I don’t use the word diet, that’s because this feels nothing like a diet).
I normally only weigh myself on a Sunday morning, but today is in my mind an important milestone. I can’t ever remember committing myself this long to a lifestyle change.
Here are my results:
Starting weight - 180kg (396 pounds) Current weight - 147.4kg (324 pounds) Total lost = 32.6kg (71.8 pounds)
Seriously. Over 32 kg’s lost in 100 days. I never could have imagined that I could lose so much. I am very pleased with this milestone. I have read stories online of people on Keto losing even more but this is the most weight I have ever lost and it’s proven to me that I can reach my goals.
Clothing-wise, I haven’t rushed out and bought a new wardrobe, but I did go and buy a hole punch for my belt (I am on my 12th hole already, I don’t want to buy a new belt because this one is such good quality and it’s a great reminder of how much weight I am losing). The clothes I do wear feel more loose. And I feel amazing. When you get as big as I was, even little things like putting on your socks, or taking out the rubbish or not getting a car park close to your destination can seem like a big deal because of the effort required. None of this matters anymore. None of this impacts my day.
The change has been unbelievable. I have to admit, when I look at my stomach, I still feel like this area contains a lot of fat, I seem to be losing more off my waist and other areas but I have read about other Keto soldiers who have also seen areas of their body take more time than others when losing weight.
I can’t help but smile at the thought of the journey I have made and the achievements yet to come.