Whether you are embarking on a new journey of weight loss, or if you just need an extra amount of motivation and direction to help keep you on the right track, you will find plenty of support at Healthy Mummy Society.
Every month we choose a group of real moms like you, who are changing their lives and living the healthy mummy lifestyle. They are there to share tips and help guide you through 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge.
Today we will meet five of these amazing women who share their weight loss stories and provide invaluable advice to help you achieve your goals.
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Meet Keri Hirten
“Welcome! I’m Keri, 39 years old from Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. I am a single mother and I have 2 daughters 12 and 8. I am an early education teacher and I take approximately 6 months to complete my bachelors degree in early childhood education.
I have followed the mummy healthy lifestyle for 5 years and have lost / maintained a loss of 19 kg. I have also lost more than 100 cm of my body.
I’ve been using juices too throughout my journey. I love how diverse it is and love to experiment with the flavors. There are so many great meals in the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge, so I can’t pick a favorite … they’re all so good! I love the crunch of peanut bubbles as a snack!
The health benefits I gained from my trip have definitely been my mental health making me a happier person. I’m also a lot fitter out of a workout from the 28 day weight loss challenge that helped me play netball!
I started a 28 day weight loss challenge to improve my overall health. I was a mess! Mentally and physically! I didn’t have the energy to do much at all! ”
Kerry goals for May
My goals for May are to increase and be more consistent in my workouts to support my mental health and well-being. Staying on the right track to make sure I nourish my body to keep me energetic and to increase the amount of water I drink.
3 Kerry Tips To Get Started!
1) Stop, relax and breathe!
2) Start with small, achievable goals.
3) Meal planning and preparation is a must!
Meet Gemma Curry
”Hi I’m Gemma, I am 40 years old, I’m from Brisbane Mama for Miss 7, Mister 6 and I’m pregnant in the 23rd week of pregnancy!
Last year I lost 23 kg yet Healthy mummy challenges 28 days And use juices and supplements daily! Now I’m in the middle of my first pregnancy for a healthy mummy!
Because I am still “overweight” and because I am an older mother, I need to be careful about how much weight I gain in this pregnancy. So now using the pregnancy meal plan and workouts from the app – I’m right about my goal of healthy weight gain!
I love the Healthy mummy juices! My favorite at the moment is the Chocolate Almond Smoothie with Chocolate Belly! My favorite healthy snack is the Choc Chip Cookie Tart (pictured). My favorite healthy mummy meal is the simple beef pie and tender peas (served with puree!)
Jimma goals this month
- Do 10,000 steps daily
- Keep my meal plan very simple to avoid the temptation of ready meals
- Complete an application exercise daily
- Try some meditation exercises in the app.
Jimma tips to get started
- Customize meal plans! I end up looking nothing like the recommended plans. It should work for my family and schedule!
- Exercise whenever possible – early in the morning, lunch, or after dinner. There is no magic time as long as it is done!
- There is no cart to drop off or ride on. You are a healthy mummy! You got this!
“Let’s achieve our goals in May together !!!”
Meet Laura Lily
I’m Laura! I’m 30 years old for Harry, 3, and Lucy, 6 months old.
Using the Healthy Mummy Program, I lost 25 kilograms, gained weight for my baby only during my second pregnancy, and is almost back to my weight before both babies!
I have been a member of the challenge since April 2018. I joined after the birth of my son, after discovering that I suffered from insulin resistance during my journey to develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy. During this time, I lost 25 kilograms, had a healthy pregnancy with no gestational diabetes, and wiped out all my anxiety and depression medication.
The biggest reason to get involved in 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge She is my family. They deserve me at my best. Happy Mummy, Loving Wife, Confident of Me.
I love the The luxurious healthy mummy smoothie. Banana Sundae is my favorite. At our place we love the meatball soup, the raspberry and coconut loaf and the slice of caramel oats. “
Laura’s goals for May
My goals for May are to build consistency in my exercise routine and work hard to drink more water.
Laura’s most important advice
- Find a friend to keep you accountable,
- Be organized and prepared
- Never let a weak moment spend your entire day.
Meet Ellis Thompson
Hi I’m Ellis, I am 29 years old from Townsville Queensland. I am a mother of 3 twin boys of 8 years old and a daughter of 6 years old.
I have successfully lost 35 kg on my journey with the Healthy Mummy and I am in my fourth year of being a member of the Health Mummy Challenge! I gained a lot of confidence with the healthy mummy, started a whole new lifestyle and now have a complete understanding of what I need to nourish my body with! I have gone from being behind closed walls, to not wanting to go out in public, and sitting down to watch my kids play to being involved now and having just as much fun as the kids!
I am here to set a healthier example for my children! All of my children have been diagnosed with autism and have ADHD. Life is sometimes full of challenges and it is a process! I needed to improve my health to be the one my children needed.
I’ve been using Smoothies since I started. Juices were actually the first product I bought! They are my savior, my go fast. My favorite meal should be the Mongolian beef. My favorite snack would be the mint potato chips!
Ellis goals for May
This month I aim to increase my water intake, lose 4 kg, exercise 6 days a week and find my groove again!
Three tips from Ellis to get started
- Start small – change doesn’t happen overnight.
- drink a lot of water
- Don’t worry about the little things – tomorrow is a new day.
“Look at your reasons. Why did you start talking to yourself about the reason you started and ask yourself how you can get better.”
Meet Kylie Pryor
“My name is Kylie and I am a mother of 3 children (ages 7, 6 and 4) from Western Sydney. I joined The Healthy Mummy in May 2017, and at that time I lost 31 kg.
I joined 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge After the birth of my third child when my weight reached an all-time high of 103 kg. I took some professional breastfeeding pics and when they came back I was really disappointed with how I looked. I knew I was getting bigger but the pictures really set it straight.
Since my joining, I’ve been fixing my life and feeling healthier inside and out.
I like to use Healthy mummy juices to eat breakfast. With three young children getting ready for school, I love having a tasty and healthy breakfast too.
My favorite healthy mummy meal is Mexican lasagna, We have it often and it’s beautifully frozen so I often make an extra for the freezer. My favorite snack should be healthy muffins like Blueberry Chia Muffins or Wholemeal Choc Chip Muffins. “
Kylie’s goal for May
“My goal for this month is to lose 2 kg and work on my strength.”
Kylie’s top tips for mothers who feel giving up are:
- Remember your reason. Think about why you started. Use it to help you get through tough times.
- Find a positive quote that will help inspire you to keep going. All my favorites are saved in my phone and I look at them often.
- Focus on your food but keep it simple. A food diary often helps you keep track of it visually, too.
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