A couple from Scotland dropped 88 pounds for two to play a second wedding and make a beautiful photo. This sends Clutch.
William and Janice Robertson are married for more than ten years. Hard to find a more harmonious pair, but unfortunately, the problems the couple is also one to two. Since they met they were both suffering from excessive weight, but the real “kick” for them to become wedding photo. After Janice and William saw himself from the outside in the lens of the photographer, they decided to radically change his life.
After the wedding, William was diagnosed with a terrible diagnosis – diabetes. Learning about the consequences of such disease, the couple refused to fast foods. They began to lead an active lifestyle and normalizerbase your diet. After going through a living hell, they managed to lose 88 kilo in two and turn into a beautiful couple.
After they walked such a difficult path, the Robertsons decided again to get married and make a new wedding photo. They admit that ten years ago they especially didn’t care about health or appearance or the numbers on the scale. They were happy with my weight until I realized what kollosalny harm to their organism by the burden of extra pounds.
Now the Robertsons are an example for many, because they showed an incredible strength of spirit and solidarity.
We will remind, the leading beauty-headings of the draft of the New channel “the Inspector General with Tishchenko” told how she managed to lose weight without exhausting diets and trainings.
Earlier Znayu reported, the star trainer of the show, “she zvazheni schaslivi” Marina Uzelkov debunked the main myths about weight loss that often prevent people get rid of extra pounds.
Also Znayu wrote, Indian teen Mihir railway (Mihir Jain) from Delhi my whole life overweight. Maximum weight 14-year-old Jain, nicknamed as the heaviest child in the world, was 237 pounds. Even for an adult this mass of critical and life-threatening.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.