Herts, United Kingdom, the BlackBerry is not just a communication tool but also can help you lose weight. With the help of diet application on the BlackBerry, a British woman can lose weight up to 47.6 kg for 10 months.
The woman is Shelli Henderson from St Albans, Herts, UK. Weight women who work as servants was originally was 114.3 kg, before he downloaded applications calorie counter for 1.99 pounds (about USD 28,000) on his cell phone ten months ago.
22-year-old girl struggled with her weight rising from graduate school at the age of 16 years.
Then Shelli use application for calculating and summing the intake of calories eaten every day. Each wants to eat his food calorie count Shelli is in the Blackberry.
That way he knew how many calories that enter the body, whether in accordance with the number of calories that are targeted or not. For example if you want to eat cake and tart he just type out the results. When sweet drinks he also lived to check the calorie count.
Rapid weight down because it combines information calorie intake and exercising regularly.
“At first I download the calorie-counting program is fun, then try a week and my weight down. So I forward it, I have to change what I eat,” said Shelli, as reported by Thesun.
According to him, as a waiter there’s always food available for him. ”I started with the breakfast and was always snacking throughout the day by eating chips,” said Shelli whose weight is now 66.67 kg.
With his weight is down dramatically, he was promoted to bar manager at the restaurant where she worked.
“I love my new confidence. I am even planning to travel in the summer and bought my first bikini,” says Shelli.
Shelli said, the first with a very large weight made him ashamed to go outside, let alone a holiday using the bikini.
“Calorie counter to help me to change my eating habits. It’s really easy to use,” he continued.
By looking at changes in a positive result on his body, Shelli encourages his friends to follow the example of the techniques used.
“For them, this is very amazing,” he concluded.
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