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Kim's weight loss story

Diet & Nutrition Education Lifestyle Advice Weight Loss

Kim Alexander, hairdresser, shares her weight loss story with Nuzest

“At my heaviest I weighed 151.9 kg. I was accepted for a weight loss operation on 28th of August 2016 and had to get down to a goal weight before they would operate. I was looking for supportive products to help me when I bought a pack of Nuzest‘s Clean Lean Protein and Good Green Vitality with the Eat, Live, Move programme.

I worked through the programme with the support of Kirsty McKelvie at Hardy‘s and gained a much better overall understanding of the importance of nutrition. I scaled back my eating and introduced some shakes and healthier meals. I‘m on my feet a lot at work and I used to really crave sugar as a quick energy boost - but that just made everything worse. Once I started using the protein and greens shakes, I found that I felt fuller and the Good Green Vitality really helped to stop my sugar cravings.

I needed a programme that made sense and it had to be simple. A lot of people see me now and don‘t believe that I‘ve lost the weight without going to the gym or doing hours and hours of exercise.

Clean Lean Protein and Good Green Vitality shakes help fuel my body to burn fat. I lost 35kg before the operation and have now lost a total of 69.4 kg in less than a year. People assume that weight loss operations are guaranteed to work but only around 5% are successful in the long term. Most people don‘t stick with the lifestyle changes and slip back into old eating habits. Clean Lean Protein and Good Green Vitality have made all the difference. I really want people to know what these products have done for me.“

Kim celebrating a milestone in her weight loss journey when she had lost as much as her colleague weighed!

Kim endorsing our Eat Live Move programme, launched in stores nationwide

The information provided in this article is intended for educational purposes only and is general advice. It should not, nor is it intended to be, relied on as a substitute for individual medical advice or care. If the contents of this, or any other of the blogs in this series raises any concerns or questions regarding your health, please consult a qualified healthcare practitioner.