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My Health Journey | Weight Loss Transformation, Binge Consuming, & Physique Picture Wrestle



Hello guys, On this video I speak about my health journey, how I misplaced near 40lbs, my wrestle with binge consuming, & physique picture. Should you’re somebody who battles binge consuming I strongly encourage…

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  • Omg I grew up in Ukraine too. My grandmother used to feed me sooo much. I was never super overweight but I definitely grew up expressing love through cooking and food. I still do this with my husband – I sometimes overfeed him because I always worry he's hungrier than he is. This was a very cool relatable video.

  • Subscribed! I managed to lose 60 pounds before and due to many personal issues I let myself go a bit. On my journey to lose again! Wish you all the best women and men!

  • I can totally relate. I wasn’t a binge eater but I did go through a depression and ate my life away it was for 2 years and wore nothing but leggings and loose shirts because that’s all that would fit. I started off running and doing cardio and no weights. I was scared of eating at the beginning of my journey because I thought I was only going to get fatter and lone and behold I came out of that 2 year depression and started my journey I am now 1.5 years into it (still have chest days in eating) but I have lost a segnificant amount of weight (140 to 115) and in love with myself and more energy. I thank you for sharing your journey

  • Probably the most honest person I've heard talk about this subject. Thanks girl you made me realize that I should probably rethink my weight loss strategy.

  • YES GIRL!! This is the first video I've seen of yours, and I have to say – you are INCREDIBLE. I'm going to be 37 and I wish I would have had someone like you in my past to tell me these things back when I was your age. I'm thankful for you making this video – this is the kind of thing young women NEED to hear. This video can save lives. <3

  • My own problem is forgetting to eat, and then being so hungry I eat junk. Not a lot of junk, but still junk. Meal prepping helps, but finding recipes I like is hard. Grilled chicken is gross. 🙁

  • I used to binge when I was in my early teens, it was around the time I started a new school and I was bullied and didn't have many friends. Food was my only comfort really so I used to hide junk food in my room from my parents and then eat it all at once just to subside how I was feeling about school and the bullying. I gained a lot of weight in a short time, and it got to the point that even my parents were calling me fat and saying that I needed to lose weight. I honestly tried every 'FAD' diet possible at age 14-15 (which looking back was really unhealthy considering I was still growing) and nothing worked and it would just lead to binging again. Now I am nearly 20 and I have such a better relationship with food, not the best, but way better. I also work out 5 times a week and I love it so much. People like you inspire me everyday to work hard to achieve my goals, and now I know I can one day, so thank you ❤

  • I hate binging.
    Is the worst thing that happens to me, I’d never had this issue before.
    This is actually driving me wild, I don’t feel in that work out mood tho

  • I know I'm late, but I relate to this so much. I would go on a smoothie diet where I would only eat a smoothie foreach meal. But I would be so hungry I would go home and eat everything out of the pantry. I never knew why but I would bet myself up over it. I remember the last few times I would eat til I had heart burn. Im happy to say I am on a healthy lifestyle. But it wasn't easy. Love the story and thank you for posting.

  • Maryana, thank you so much for this video. I've developed anorexic behaviors by restricting myself for weight loss unintentionally, and then it just led to horrible binge eating and purging by trying to exercise every calorie I consumed off like you said. That just truly ruined my perspective on exercising and food. I've started to do weight lifting and at first, I hated it, but I eventually enjoyed being able to feel strong in a sense. My relationship with food is still awful, I still binge eat from time to time (yesterday I binge ate) but instead of beating myself up and restricting myself more, I forgive and try to make the next day a better one.

  • This is so inspiring !! I love hearing other peoples weight loss stories and I kinda had a similar experience with binge eating / parents making comments about my weight or eating habits. I didn’t address all that stuff in my video, but we went through similar things. Thanks for sharing and being so honest here

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