Know how this 23-year-old lost 54kg in just 6 months

Know how this 23-year-old lost 54kg in just 6 months

Twenty three-year-old Aarshdeep Walia has an inspiring tale of weight loss to tell. The youngster had weighed an alarming 145 kilos until 6 months ago and had become a diabetic patient at a very young age. Doctors didn’t have to think too much to understand the reason for his illness. It was his unhealthy lifestyle, which included overeating and craze for fast food, which made him a diabetic patient. However, Aarsh took the firm decision to shed his body weight when he realized that his health was getting severely affected.

Aarsh began to hit the gym regularly besides following a strict diet. He had followed a unique diet with strict instructions from his gym trainer. The breakfast included a healthy smoothie, boiled eggs and a bowl of plain oats porridge. Lunch consisted of brown rice or chapathi with boiled vegetables. Salads, steamed chicken and mushrooms were his dinner. However, he didn’t forget to occasionally indulge on some fresh paneer and his favourite dishes.

Besides a healthy diet, Aarsh was determined to sweat it out in the gym. He made it a point not to skip a gym session. He also tried walking for at least 30 minutes every day. At the gym, he mostly did cardio and heavyweight workouts. The young man, with his determination and hard work, shed a whopping 54 kilos, in just 6 months, much to the surprise of his family and friends.

Aarsh says that he feels much better, both physically and mentally, as his life style had changed significantly. He completely avoids munching on processed foods and cut down the intake of salt and sugar as well. Anyway, his new fit and fabulous body has undoubtedly added oodles of confidence to Aarsh’s personality. 

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