Success Story: Jennifer F.

I never had a weight issue growing up. Into my 30's, I was always working out and into nutrition. At 36, I had my first and last child. I struggled to get the weight off. Then at 40, I started having health issues. I ended up having a few surgeries. The last 2 was my bladder and hysterectomy. Awhile after, I wasn't losing weight. I then decided I needed help.

January 7th, 2019, I  had the gastric bypass. I was 257 pounds, 5'2 and miserable. Today, I'm 156 pounds and working out again and eating healthy. It was the best decision I ever made for myself. I feel better than I did as a teenager.

I look forward to waking up and living my best life every day!

-Jennifer Finley


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