Success Stories

Stacy

Hi, my name is Stacy… At 291 pounds, I was at my heaviest weight, clinically depressed, and feeling as if my life was spinning out of control. I knew that I was staring down the barrel of diabetes and high blood pressure. My self-esteem was at an all time low. I had tried so many “diets” over the years, experiencing some weight loss, only to gain it all back once I came “off the diet.” I had just had a picture taken for a local paper, and for the first time in an awful long while, I saw what other people saw when they looked at me. I was horrified; I knew that I had to do something. Fast-forward nine months… I have lost 118 pounds so far, in just 9 months! I have gone from a tight size 24-26 to a comfortable size 12. I have lost 40 inches from my neck, waist and hips. I have made many healthy lifestyle changes, ones that I know that I will be able to stick with for the rest of my life.

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Before I came to Midwest Weight Control, I couldn’t lose weight. I’d tried everything from fad diets to different weight loss programs. I finally met with the staff at MWC and found out that I had certain medical issues that were standing in the way of my weight loss. The Medical Director addressed these issues with me, and I began to lose weight steadily. Since then, I’ve lost 61 pounds and I have adopted a new healthy and active lifestyle. I have never felt better in my life!

- Janice

After nearly forty years of yo-yo dieting, and believing I could not diet one more time, I decided to take a drastic step. I went through the testing for gastric bypass surgery, and was denied. Bitterly disappointed, I expressed my feelings to the dietitian from the bypass program. She suggested another option: Midwest Weight Control.

What a great program it is! Not only have I lost weight, but I’ve finally made the shift in my thinking about a lifetime commitment to fitness. I look and feel better, and have lost my self-consciousness about my weight. It will no longer be a barrier or an excuse for not doing what I want to in life.

- Maggie
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