Phentermine Success Stories

Kerri's Success Story

Kerri Johnson | Chicago
Already lost 33 pounds!
Starting Weight: 206 pounds April 1, 2010
Current Weight: 173 pounds June 29, 2010
Weight lost to date: 33 pounds June 29, 2010
Goal Weight: 135 pounds April 1, 2011
Kerri Johnson's Picture
April 20, 2010
206 pounds
Kerri Johnson's Picture
June 19, 2010
173 pounds

"On April 1, 2010, my good friend told me to check out a health center. She was about 30 lbs overweight and has a wedding planned in July. I, too, have always struggled with my weight. I would eat anything and all hours of the day were eating hours. I didnt restrict myself to anything. I have a 3 year old son and it had become so hard to keep up with him. I was 206lbs at 5 feet 3 inches. I never lost my baby weight and I added to it over the past 3 years. I thought I would never lose weight and I would be fat all my life. My husband, of 8 years, never once made me feel uncomfertable yet I somehow felt like my weight was an issue both intimately and physically. When my friend told me about this health center I was immediately interested, She had friends that had tried phentermine and it was a positive experience for them all. I gladly joined her that day and ever since, I have been thanking myself as well as loving myself. I worked in Outside garden at a hardware store and along with one pill a day in the morning and a cleaned up diet, I was on the road to success! I cut out pop and candy, which wasn't that tough, as the pill helps to lessen my urge for sweets. I love this about Phentermine! I added apples, carrots and water to my everyday snacking and hacked out the crap. I have lost 33 lbs in almost 3 months and I feel and look like a new person."


A new lifestyle
What is the deciding factor that made you decide to change your lifestyle?
I had enough of the squeezing into jeans and sucking in my gut in dresses. I was sick of looking in the mirror and thinking how much i wanted to change. I knew my need to fight these things would push me all the way.
What was the most difficult adjustment to your new lifestyle?
Late night snacking is something I have always done and I catch myself feeling late night cravings, but my willpower over-rides the urge and I go to sleep!!!
What is the most rewarding part of your new lifestyle?
Looking in the mirror and seeing myself happy in the reflection. I put my hands on my hips and take full body pictures whereas before, I never liked pictures of myself. I hug my husband and he can wrap his arms all the way around me and it feels soooo amazing.
Do you have any words of advice for the community?
Stay true to your diet and yourself and don't cut out everything at once - it will make you go crazy and failure follows.

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