A New Zealand woman who lost an incredible 14 stone in two years has shared a Facebook video of her amazing weight loss transformation.
Simone Anderson, a 25-year-old from New Zealand, has been documenting her story on Instagram and Facebook, amassing hundreds of thousands of fans along the way.
To mark the two years since she decided to transform her life, the social media star has released a timelapse selfie video of her dramatic transformation.
Exactly two years ago I started ‘Simone’s Journey to Health’ where I made the decision to overhaul my entire diet, mind set and lifestyle, she explained in a Facebook post.
What a journey it has been from 169kg to 77kg! Looking back and remembering how many tears and emotions came before I pressed ‘post’ I am so proud of myself for every single step I have gone through and having the guts to make my journey a public one.
She added: There have been so many days I have wanted to give up and revert to my old lifestyle, but I haven’t. Thank you to everyone of you who have been there every single step of the way, I know for sure I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for your constant support, kind comments and words and heartfelt messages. I am more grateful than you will ever know and I can’t thank you enough!
The Auckland-based make-up artist also had to defend herself against online trolls who called her fake, sharing photos of the excess skin she had been left with following her weight loss.
Throughout my whole journey I have tried to be so honest about the whole experience and tell people it exactly as it’s happened so to be called a fake hurt a lot, she wrote in July 2015.
And then when it came to posting about my lose skin well that was equally as tough. So here we go I hope this helps all the ‘non believers’…
She underwent surgery to remove her loose skin in 2015. You can follow her journey on Facebook and Instagram.
Earlier this month, an Australian woman ‘addicted’ to McDonald’s revealed she ditched her fast food diet and lost an astonishing 16st 8lbs.
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