Rediff reader Jay Talsania, 22 from Andheri, Mumbai shares his weightloss journey.
My name is Jay Talsania. I am 22.
I am working as a graphic designer at Swabhav Techlabs in Mumbai.
I was normal and light weight at birth. I gradually got obsessed towards food.
As my tastes and diet changed, my body went out of shape. My cravings also improved.
I started having fast food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
At one point, I had made my mind to consult some doctors but couldn’t go ahead.
I thought of taking steroids too, but couldn't.
When I realised I was struggling to move from my bed, I made up my mind. I opted for the safest idea -- workout.
I remember that I once went for a spiritual pilgrimage. It was the Sammed Shikharji mountain.
I started climbing the mountain with above 2,000 steps at early morning and ended the journey late evening.
The entire journey took me seven days and I cherished them all.
On my way home from the airport, I felt lighter. But a question lingered on.
Did I really reduce or it was my assumption?
It was a dream come true for me.
I weighed 104 kg before. After two years of efforts it came down to 76 kg. I lost 28 kgs in two years.
Besides these, I included the following in my diet:
The main challenge was I had a bulky body which took longer to shed weight.
Few days after I lost weight, everyone in the building I stayed in wanted to know about my transformation.
Never give up and give your best shot.
Keep working harder and harder and you would get your results.
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