People on the LA Weight Loss program say it has changed their lives. They learn how to eat healthy, even how to prepare food for their families so they can maintain the proper weight for the rest of their lives.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2012
Accountability, portion control and a variety of food options from LA Weight Loss recently contributed to Amanda Blaine’s weight loss goal of 135 pounds and transformation into a triathlete.
Blaine, a self-pronounced “big girl” has struggled with her weight for the better part of her life, attributing it back to her bad habits in school and college.
In the summer of 2007, Blaine developed an infection of her heart sac followed immediately with a blood clot in her right arm. For the first time in her life, she was referred to as “obese” by medical care professionals and it terrified her. Doctors explained to Blaine that her medical conditions occurred because of her eating habits and recommended her to drop a considerable amount of weight.
Blaine realized that drastic changes must occur and the prime focus must be placed on losing weight.
In the midst of a difficult time, Blaine became driven to shed the pounds and was as dedicated as anyone has ever been to start on the path of healthy living. Blaine signed up for a gym membership and dropped 50 pounds in the span of four months. Despite her newfound success, Blaine reverted back to her old habits, gained 30 pounds and started feeling out of control again.
“I was slowly sinking back into the black hole I had been trying so desperately to crawl out of. I remembered what that abyss felt like and I promised I would never allow myself to experience that level of hopelessness again. I had tried it alone and I had failed, but it wasn’t over for me yet,” Blaine said.
That’s when her attention turned to the affordable weight loss programs and products offered by LA Weight Loss. With an emphasis on smart food choices, portion control and one-on-one support, Blaine quickly found success with LA Weight Loss. These techniques include adopting healthy food preparation methods and even a grocery store food guide. Blaine found that through education of smart food choices, and support, her lifestyle has completely changed - which is not something a quick-fix diet can accomplish.
This approach is what separates LA Weight Loss from other diet plans. As the Chief Marketing Officer for LA Weight Loss, Caroline Kolompar stands by the company’s emphasis on one-on-one counseling, healthy eating without cutting out all the foods you love and smart decision making.
“More than 1 million women and men have experienced LA Weight Loss and its customized meal plans, a balanced diet, and one-on-one weight loss counseling,” Kolompar said. “People on the LA Weight Loss program say it has changed their lives. They learn how to eat healthy, even how to prepare food for their families so they can maintain the proper weight for the rest of their lives,” she added.
Through LA Weight Loss Blaine capped off her life-changing transformation, and reshaped her body in the process, by shedding over 109 pounds in under a year and has kept it off for almost 2 years to date. More recently, Blaine competed in her first triathlon and she regularly runs both trail and ultra-marathons.
About LA Weight Loss
More than 1 million women and men have experienced LA Weight Loss and their customized meal plans, a balanced diet, and one-on-one weight loss counseling. For more information about LA Weight Loss, visit http://www.LAweightloss.com.