In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Angie Gleason from Belmont, MI.
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Angie is the mother of a special needs daughter. Angie was always “the bigger girl” amongst her friends. But it wasn’t until after her pregnancy that she began to diet.
In 2017, Angie first learned of IF from a walking buddy, but dismissed it entirely. Two years later, Angie realized her weight was affecting her ability to lift her daughter in and out of the wheelchair. In December of 2019, Angie came across the Delay, Don’t Deny Facebook group, and joined. Angie’s sister and sister-in-law decided they would all IF together!
By January of 2020, Angie had lost 20 pounds. She has gone from 150 to 130 pounds. She is 4’11” and hopes to lose more weight over time.
Angie has experienced decreased inflammation, her skin tags have fallen off, and scars have healed. She now has energy to care for her daughter.
Angie’s advice: ” Be gentle with yourself. You didn’t gain the weight overnight, and it won’t fall off tomorrow! But be consistent, and it will happen eventually.”
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