Keep exercising and eat healthy food for two and a half years, Australian women lose 138 kg
Cambrani told the TV station "A Current Affair" program group that there is no fast weight loss, surgery or fashionable diet, just stick to a healthy diet and physical exercise. She lost weight for two and a half years. "It's amazing. Everything is possible. I feel like a brand new person. This process is not easy, especially seeing those old photos."
In the first year of losing weight, she stopped eating junk food and quit drinking. “For 365 days, I don’t eat anything other than healthy salads, protein, and brown rice.” She said, “The first week. , I lost 6 kg and I was shocked. One month later, I lost 20 kg. In the first nine months, I lost 100 kg."
Before losing weight, Cambrani had been worrying about his weight. "The past is unbearable. The sofa is my best friend. I also go out. But after I bought food, I stayed at home almost every day. It’s constantly eating, eating a lot."
She showed the reporters of "Current Affairs" the clothes piled on an empty bed, which she wore when she was the fattest. She said that these were once part of her life, and she was a little bit sad.
Losing more than 130 kilograms is not her greatest achievement. What she is most proud of is that she ran a half marathon last December, and now she is planning to run a full marathon.
"Think about it, I couldn't walk for 5 minutes. Now I can run 21 kilometers. My biggest goal is to maintain my current weight and maintain a healthier life." She said.
Kyle Johnston of Ivanhoe's "Vision Personal Training" (Vision Personal Training) in Melbourne's northeast is Cambrany's personal trainer.He said: "You have to take your weight off slowly, and fitness is not a matter of a day. To make long-term preparations, there will be repetitions, sometimes ups and downs, but persist."
Cambrani hopes to inspire others by sharing his story, "Anyone can do it, as long as you make up your mind. Trust me, I am a living example, you can do it."
It is recommended that people consult a doctor before making any major lifestyle changes.
From the group: Australian living family group