A young woman who suffered joint pain, heart burn and high blood pressure after tipping the scales at more than 18st has revealed the result of her 6st weight loss.
Evie Nagy, an advertising and marketing manager, was determined to shed the pounds last year after struggling to perform everyday tasks.
The 28-year-old put on weight after suffering an injury and tipped the scales at around 18st 2lb, or 116kg, by January 2020.
Despite a series of lockdowns which saw gyms closed, Evie followed a plan set by a former Olympian and in 15 months lost more than 6st – and no longer needs blood pressure medication.
Evie Nagy (left before weight loss and right after) tipped the scales at around 18st 2lb, or 116kg and in 15 months lost more than 6st, or 42kg
The advertising and marketing manager was spurred to shed the pounds last year after struggling to perform everyday tasks. Pictured: Evie before her weight loss journey (left) and after 15 months of training (right)
Evie with Roar nutritionist and trainer Matt Lindsay, left, and PT Tom Paulson, right
Evie (left and right during her training sessions) worked out doing a mixture of lower and upper body exercises
The Roar menu: Hot baked salmon
Roar Fitness nutritionist Matt Lindsay shares one of his favourite dinner recipes
Spices, for seasoning
Preheat oven to 180C
Place salmon in an ovenproof dish with asparagus
Season with salt, chilli flakes, paprika and garlic powder for a spicy kick
Bake for 20 minutes
Chop 2 spring onions and half an avocado and serve