New Pictures taken Today


Took New Pictures Today

This is after 112 days practicing Intermittent Fasting.

Down almost 30 pounds.

Lost 15 inches overall.

Insulins reduced by over 2/3 most of the time.

Went from size 4X to size 2X clothing.

Me before beginning IF – FR













Me after 112 days on IF













Before begining IF – side


Me after 112 days on IF
Me before beginning IF – back













Before beginning IF - front view
Me after 112 days on IF




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– Shirley

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6 thoughts on “New Pictures taken Today

    1. Thank you Kim for your comment. I’m really trying to get the word out about the health benefits of intermittent fasting. I hate to think about type 2 diabetics daily having to have amputations, go on dialysis, and other issues when they could be doing something about their condition. Thanks. -Shirley

  1. Awesome, I am very happy for you, taking control and doing a great job. Best of luck to you and hoping you are healthy and happy for year’s to come.

    1. Jamie, thank you for your comment. Yes, I had a major eye-opening experience in December and committed myself to doing something about my health. Thank you. – Shirley

  2. Shirley…God Bless you! You are putting yourself out there! Keep fighting the good fight. I have been Intermittent Fasting since 2013…that muscle takes time. You are doing fantastic…I see a difference!
    Like you I want to shed light on the lie we’ve been told…EAT ALL DAY!

    1. Thanks Denise for your comment. Yes I am putting myself out there because practicing IF is helping me and I want others to find out about the health benefits also. I know it will take time until I reach “normal” again, but it took me 26 years to mess my health up and it will take time to fix it too. More doctors need to know about what fasting and intermittent fasting can do, especially those treating diabetic patients. To think that men and women are going blind, losing limbs and going on dialysis and dying every day when they could be helping themselves makes me sick. Also, many could save so much money and pain by doing this rather than bariatric surgery.

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