Many of you may have read that I did this badass, too good to be true, two week diet on Pinterest, Facebook, or wherever. I magically lost like 100lbs in two damn weeks. It was incredible. I'm just blown away by its success for me because I don't even remember ever doing it! Which is exactly why I am posting this. I have NEVER done some stupid crash diet that is using my photos for false advertising. If I don't post about it on my own page, I sure as hell don't do it. I don't sell my images or make money from my pictures.
The last two years of getting in shape were all about trying to make a permanent lifestyle change. I don't want to lose 15 lbs in two weeks by torturing myself, then gain it all back. I used to believe in unrealistic plans like that, which I why I always believed that getting fit and being healthy was a punishment and kinda impossible. Being fit isn't about restricting yourself constantly and forcing yourself to workout for 3 hours a day. It's about making lifelong changes like drinking more water, learning about nutrition, or choosing to do something enjoyable and active during your day.
So for those of you that message me and ask me about the magic pills that I take, they aren't real. Don't believe in the gimmicks or waste your money. Work hard and start with small habit changes. It takes time.
Thank you to all of the people that try to have my back by letting me know when my images are being used. I report them anytime I come across them, and I also try to watermark all of my before and afters. Unfortunately, they usually just remove them. At this point, just report it, call 'em out, and know that I don't do it.
Anyways, I've gotten a huge amount of messages about this in my inbox in the last week, so I just wanted to clear it up. Two week diets are unrealistic and magic weight loss pills don't work in the long run.
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