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Jason Urban’s journey to getting healthy started with one important step: getting sober. The now-39-year-old dog walker and pet caregiver from Austin, Texas, used to live a very different life as a drummer, playing shows at least four nights a week. Jason’s 100-Pound Weight Loss Started with Getting Sober. by Jackie Veling. August 27, 2019. Jason Urban’s journey to getting healthy started with one important step: getting sober. The now-39-year-old dog walker and pet caregiver from Austin, Texas, used to live a.

Like I said above, I over-did the health thing for awhile once I got sober, but it did result in fairly fast, but healthy weight loss. I went from 225 pounds to 191 pounds. Here’s how I did it.

1. Walked 1 hour every day. I couldn’t run shortly after getting sober, so I walked. It had more to do with cutting out the fast food I was eating while drinking and getting off my ass. I started seeing weight drop in about 2 weeks, but again hard work and not just getting off the sauce was what I attribute my weight loss to. Alcoholism weight loss Afternoon all!

So I’m assuming some of you experienced weight loss after becoming sober. How long did it take you to lose weight? How much did you lose? Did any of you incorporate a diet at the same time?

I know to stop drinking is a big change to make in and of itself, but I’m pushing it a. Six months sober, she’s living a life that she once thought impossible. That’s the good news. Now for the bad news: Shelly’s gained 30 pounds.

She thought she’d made a healthy decision to get sober. So why is she putting on this much weight – something that’s clearly not healthy? Weight Gain and Recovery.

This blog is how I found you on Google, Marilyn. I simply typed in “Weight gain after stopping alcohol.” I thought it was just me thinking I would be losing weight after becoming sober — instead of gaining 20! After seeing what you wrote and finding many other similar weight gain stories, I think once again — I’m not in this boat alone. I was a compulsive over eater and binge eater.

In front of other people, I ate healthy food, but in secret I binged on massive amounts of junk food, like cartons of ice cream, whole bags of chips, and boxes of Drumsticks ice cream cones. See my before and after weight loss pictures, and read amazing weight loss success stories from real women and their best weight loss diet plans and. 25, 6’0″, Jackson, Tenn. BEFORE: 304 lb., size 26 AFTER: 190 lb., size 10 TOTAL LOST: 114 lb., 8 sizes Laura’s weight loss tips: Instagram it!: After I lost my first 40 pounds, I created an.

But your weight loss journey doesn’t have to be turbulent—there are plenty of ways to slim down without feeling down in the dumps. To rev your efforts of finally shedding that spare tire, we’ve gathered 20 tips from people who’ve lost 100 pounds or more.. Check out their advice below, and if you want healthy recipes, supermarket shopping guides, and essential nutrition tips at your.

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In three months Jason has lost just five pounds,but this time the weight is staying off, and Jason is feeling much better physically and emotionally.

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About six months later, after being charged with his first DWI, Jason checked himself into rehab for a weeklong inpatient detoxification.

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I don’t regularly drink liquor, but I have had an occasional drink, and again, it’s never affected my weight loss.

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He also admits to low appetite, significant weight loss and feeling fatigued.

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Once upon a time, he’d been a competitive weightlifter, and since he quit drinking, exercise had helped him stay sober.

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With the additional calorie count of booze, he was piling back on some of the weight that he’d worked and exercised so hard to lose, on his face and his waist.

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He plans to continue decreasing his risk factors through weight loss and decreased alcohol use.

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He decreased use to only 1 or 2 drinks per week once he was diagnosed with hypertension.

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He also realizes that although he stopped seeing his drinking buddies when he joined AA, and although he still attends weekly AA meetings, he has not developed new friends.

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His doctor advised him to taper off alcohol gradually; a sudden cessation might be dangerous.

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  • Thank you for being you ��☕️ if you do a part twowhen you meal prep, do you do the same thing for breakfast all week and same thing for lunch all week and then same thing dinner all week or do you switch it up? I have a hard time eating the same thing multiple days in a row so I end up not following through, ugh, tips?

  • You are truly an inspiration to me! I’m 50 years old, 5’3” and 190 pounds. I’ve dieted my entire adult life and finally I really that all those diets were just temporary fixes. I’d lose weight stop the diet and gain all the weight back and some. No more yo-yo dieting for me! It’s all about long term lifestyle changes! �� ��

  • Thank you so much for your honesty and you are a huge inspiration to me. I’m so proud of you. I have shaved this I really am struggling with depression. Thank you for your advice. I will focus on one thing. I just rejoined the gym. You look super amazing!

  • You are the very first person who inspired me to start my weight loss journey…… And I can’t explain how grateful i am to you for filming and sharing your inspirational story…. Love from India ❤️

  • Muscle doesnt weigh more than fat. 1 lb is 1lb. However, 1 lb if muscle does take up less space than 1lb of fat. I’m not trying to be a dick!
    You are amazing Madi, and well done on your journey x

  • Awwwesome tips and so encouraging! This global pestilence, being at home with my Hubs and four sweet cubs has me out numbered and has been a journey. I’ve allowed myself to become weak and complacent with having the excuse “you deserve that extra” (scoop of ice cream, cookie, fill in the blank). I am encouraged by this msg, I am going to give fasting another go tomorrow and Im thankful to have run across this video today. God bless and STILL STAY INSIDE WHEN YOU CAN MY GOOD PEOPLES…that wench Rona is still alive & well❣

  • Wow, thank you for sharing this video! It just goes to show that if you want to get healthy, no matter what is going on in your life at the moment, you can do it! Gym can be very therapeutic for everything anyone might be going through! Thanks girl! Much love ❤️

  • I wish I could like this more than once! Great video Madi! Love to see a part 2! #gomadigo #womensupportingwomen #fitnessinspiration ☕��������������‍♀️����‍♀️

  • It is definitely difficult to lose weight and maintain it. I know because I’ve recently lost 20 lbs after struggling for two years to lose weight. But what I’ve come to realize is that, I was struggling because I didn’t believe in myself. I would often start and stop, lose a few pounds here and there, with no consistency. But I finally had to stop making excuses and stick with it. I also had to recognize that I was allowing all the negativity from my past to keep me from enjoying the life I truly wanted. I decided to take this quarantine time to get healthy. But there are days where I struggle, like recently I went on a five day vacation, I gained 4lbs back. I was so angry with myself, but somehow I found the courage to get back on the horse. I’ve lost 2 1/2 lbs if the 4lbs I gained. Thank you so much for all the inspiration and good information. #StayingInTheFight

  • The part about the loose skin is incredible and I feel that so much. I thank you so much for showing it and for not being afraid of what others say about it because that helps me to do the same. It’s so much less scary when you’re just showing it like it’s no big deal, and actually something to wear proudly just like my stretch marks from carrying my son. ❤️

  • Your such a huge inspiration! This brought tears to my eyes. Especially when you stated you were finally doing what you been wanting to do your whole life. Being someone who has battled with her weight her whole life I feel what your saying and relate so much to it. I dove deeper into my weightloss journey last year and has been such a emotional, therapeutic and healing ride. Thank you for being brave and strong and documenting your journey for the world to view!����

  • Oh Marissa, this is so inspiring. I I have watched every one of your videos and while your weight has changed and your confidence has changed your kind, infectious personality has always been there. Thank you for your vulnerability, for your transparency and your beautiful heart.

  • Thanks. Interesting pointers there. I would recommend using trendweight.com too. It’s free to use but relies on daily weight input. It does reveal true progress though by calculating the moving average and it quite heartening to see when there seems to be little progress in the spot weights.

  • hey girl, this helped me so much thank you. but can you plz do a vid that helps you keep motivated to exercise and healthy while on ur period????!!!

  • Thank you so much! I really appreciate your help and motivation and not hiding the fact that people go through depression and mental health issues. ☕️

  • I’m actually crying because this is everything about I’m afraid of looking in the mirror I feel like I’m being judge it’s just hard I suffer from anxiety disorder and depression I just want to get back my life back thank you so much

  • Man Jonah needs to realize that this is serious and he is lacking and his family is doing there absolute best (I am at 10:06 right now)

  • You are such a comfort to me, I was ready to give up, but your information is very personal and more realistic to me than all the cookie-cutter perfect things I’ve seen and tried to achieve. I need to tailor make my regimens to what works for me. I thank you for this video.

  • Thank you for this. I definitely needed this motivation and knowledge. I am starting a podcast and one of the topics I will touch on is the struggle to be consistent or not knowing where to begin. I already have it in my notes to have my future listeners check you out. Thank you for always being authentic!!! ❤️

  • When you talk about the hugging aspect I feel that wholeheartedly. People say she doesn’t like hugs or whatever but it’s just because I feel insecure of them touching my body and feeling how big I am.

  • Your amazing you faced your demon and you won. You should leave the past behind and live your new life because it’s to short to waste. God Bless ������

  • Omg I love this and needed to hear this. I have put on 80 pounds over the last 5 years and lee sabotaging and making excuses. You are do right though I need to hold my own self accountable and believe in myself. It’s almost as though I don’t feel worthy to be the best version of myself…