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Retail clerk shed 130lbs by following an eating plan where he ate just ONE MEAL A DAY

Retail clerk shed 130lbs by following an eating plan where he ate just ONE MEAL A DAY

A teenager warned he would suffer a heart attack by the age of 25 due to a daily diet of pizza shed a massive 130lbs after cutting down to just ONE HEALTHY MEAL A DAY. Michael Murray Jr., now 20, was shocked when a doctor warned him that he could face a devastating heart attack by the age of 25 if he didn't lose weight. Thrift store worker Michael went from tipping the scales at 300lbs to a trim 170lbs by eating just dinner and walking three miles a day. Michael, of Middletown, Ohio, USA, said: "The doctor told me I was 300lbs and that because I was extremely obese I was likely to have cardiac trouble and a heart attack by the time I was 25. "That wasn't the news I wanted to hear but it gave me the motivation I needed to change.

I didn't want to live obese and I didn't want to have health problems." Michael was just 14 when the doctors gave him the grim warning in 2014. He had struggled with his weight all his life and emotional eating became a vicious cycle. Michael said: "I was introverted growing up and hated being overweight and so I ate."I was extremely antisocial in school so I was picked on for being a 'nerd' a few times, but I was not messed with too often."He gorged himself on sweets, guzzled bottles of sugary drinks and ate six slices of pizza every single day. Michael added: "I would eat a lot of sweets and six pieces of pizza each day.

I would always eat to the point where I felt gorged." An unhappy home life contributed to Michael's problems with food. His mother, Dawn Burke, 41, suffered from bipolar disorder and schizophrenia and tragically committed suicide in 2015. The tragedy made Michael even more determined to lose weight and get healthy. He added: "My mother's suicide was a breaking point for me.

Overeating led to a broken home and depression.

I was tired of being overweight.

I realized I needed to change my life." The devout Christian prayed to lose weight and insisted that he noticed his appetite decrease. Michael said: "I didn't know how to lose weight and I prayed to God and asked for help. "There was a decrease in my hunger and appetite.

I stopped eating to the point where I was gorging.

Instead, I ate until I was satisfied."He steered clear of his beloved candy, pizza, dairy and potatoes and began drinking a lot of water as well as tucking into protein-rich meat and salad. Michael found himself going from eating four meals-a-day, to two meals-a-day and finally he was satisfied with just one main evening meal. He consumed just dinner, usually a plate of grilled chicken, rice, steamed broccoli and green beans. While it is hardly standard diet advice, he insisted that he just wasn't hungry enough for more than one meal a day. He said: "I was only getting hungry once a day.

Physically the human body can get through a day on one meal."Michael reached his target weight of 170lbs in 2017. He has swapped his size 42 pants for a size 34 and while he used to wear a shirt size 3X, he is now a medium. He added that he now usually has two meals a day - breakfast and dinner. Michael said: "I will usually have a breakfast burrito and I do drink a lot of water.

It gave me a sense of achievement.

My mom would be proud of me. "She definitely would have been happy that I made a choice to better myself."He is now looking forward to a healthy future - after graduating from bible college at the Refuge School of Ministry in Alabama and since then he's been working with kids who live in broken homes. He said: "I want to be a pastor eventually.

It's mind over matter.

God has helped me." The retail assistant added that he is sharing his story to give hope to others who are daunted by losing weight. He said: "I want to encourage people that they can do it.

You have to take a goal, make it into a plan and break the plan down into steps.

It is possible to lose weight.

I am a testament to that." 

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Retail clerk shed 130lbs by following an eating plan where he ate just ONE MEAL A DAY

A teenager warned he would suffer a heart attack by the age of 25 due to a daily diet of pizza shed a massive 130lbs after cutting down to just ONE HEALTHY MEAL A DAY.

Michael Murray Jr., now 20, was shocked when a doctor warned him that he could face a devastating heart attack by the age of 25 if he didn't lose weight.

Thrift store worker Michael went from tipping the scales at 300lbs to a trim 170lbs by eating just dinner and walking three miles a day.

Michael, of Middletown, Ohio, USA, said: "The doctor told me I was 300lbs and that because I was extremely obese I was likely to have cardiac trouble and a heart attack by the time I was 25.

"That wasn't the news I wanted to hear but it gave me the motivation I needed to change.

I didn't want to live obese and I didn't want to have health problems." Michael was just 14 when the doctors gave him the grim warning in 2014.

He had struggled with his weight all his life and emotional eating became a vicious cycle.

Michael said: "I was introverted growing up and hated being overweight and so I ate."I was extremely antisocial in school so I was picked on for being a 'nerd' a few times, but I was not messed with too often."He gorged himself on sweets, guzzled bottles of sugary drinks and ate six slices of pizza every single day.

Michael added: "I would eat a lot of sweets and six pieces of pizza each day.

I would always eat to the point where I felt gorged." An unhappy home life contributed to Michael's problems with food.

His mother, Dawn Burke, 41, suffered from bipolar disorder and schizophrenia and tragically committed suicide in 2015.

The tragedy made Michael even more determined to lose weight and get healthy.

He added: "My mother's suicide was a breaking point for me.

Overeating led to a broken home and depression.

I was tired of being overweight.

I realized I needed to change my life." The devout Christian prayed to lose weight and insisted that he noticed his appetite decrease.

Michael said: "I didn't know how to lose weight and I prayed to God and asked for help.

"There was a decrease in my hunger and appetite.

I stopped eating to the point where I was gorging.

Instead, I ate until I was satisfied."He steered clear of his beloved candy, pizza, dairy and potatoes and began drinking a lot of water as well as tucking into protein-rich meat and salad.

Michael found himself going from eating four meals-a-day, to two meals-a-day and finally he was satisfied with just one main evening meal.

He consumed just dinner, usually a plate of grilled chicken, rice, steamed broccoli and green beans.

While it is hardly standard diet advice, he insisted that he just wasn't hungry enough for more than one meal a day.

He said: "I was only getting hungry once a day.

Physically the human body can get through a day on one meal."Michael reached his target weight of 170lbs in 2017.

He has swapped his size 42 pants for a size 34 and while he used to wear a shirt size 3X, he is now a medium.

He added that he now usually has two meals a day - breakfast and dinner.

Michael said: "I will usually have a breakfast burrito and I do drink a lot of water.

It gave me a sense of achievement.

My mom would be proud of me.

"She definitely would have been happy that I made a choice to better myself."He is now looking forward to a healthy future - after graduating from bible college at the Refuge School of Ministry in Alabama and since then he's been working with kids who live in broken homes.

He said: "I want to be a pastor eventually.

It's mind over matter.

God has helped me." The retail assistant added that he is sharing his story to give hope to others who are daunted by losing weight.

He said: "I want to encourage people that they can do it.

You have to take a goal, make it into a plan and break the plan down into steps.

It is possible to lose weight.

I am a testament to that." 




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