Filling you guys of our #day 19 of #ketodiet and time is flying, before I start spamming my feed of my #birthdayweekend that’s starting today! 🎉🎉🎉
A quick update on our recent Sunday weigh in recently, although at times I do remember things like potatoes I cannot eat but to have results that shows is totally worth it! After all, I’ve been eating potatoes for a long time, so I don’t mind really trying new food
Anyhoo, our personal achievements are here to be celebrated! #mrmellofellodova is moving past the overweight in his BMI, and although I am heading to underweight, but what’s important is that we are in control! We have achieved so many things that we have never thought we could, my best personal is, I fit a friggin UK 6, whereas I’ve been a UK 8 all my life
Important to note here, it’s not about size or weight, most important is the health benefits. When you focus on that, insyaAllah other things will come with it
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