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Health Bride turned away from a boutique for being 'too fat' loses 50 KILOS

16:31  20 october  2020
16:31  20 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A bride who was turned away from a boutique dress shop for being 'too fat' has lost more than 50 kilos in a show of pure determination, exercising six times a week and radically altering her diet in the process.

DJ Jarman, 30, from Hamilton, New Zealand, weighed 120 kilos when she walked into a bridal store in Sydney in 2012 and asked to view the brand's range of dresses for her upcoming nuptials.

'I was told by the attendant "we definitely won't have anything in your size here, you'll need to get a dress specially made,"' the media and communications administrator said.

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'After ten years of being overweight I'd had enough.'

a person sitting on a bench posing for the camera: DJ Jarman, 30, from Hamilton, New Zealand, weighed 120 kilos when she walked into a bridal store in Sydney in 2012 and asked to view the brand's range of dresses for her upcoming nuptials © Provided by Daily Mail DJ Jarman, 30, from Hamilton, New Zealand, weighed 120 kilos when she walked into a bridal store in Sydney in 2012 and asked to view the brand's range of dresses for her upcoming nuptials a woman standing in front of a group of people posing for the camera: Her transformation: 'I was told by the attendant © Provided by Daily Mail Her transformation: 'I was told by the attendant

But it still took a number of years for Mrs Jarman to decide on the best course to lose weight safely.

She tried intermittent fasting, keto and plant-based diets to shift the extra kilos but with no success, so in 2019 she underwent vertical gastric sleeve surgery.

'I went under the knife in April 2019 and my life hasn't been the same since,' the now size eight Mrs Jarman said.

Growing up in a family that 'loved food' but had little money to spend on good quality ingredients originally propelled Mrs Jarman into a decade-long binge on chips, fizzy drinks, lollies and chocolate.

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'Once I left home and started making my own money, I developed an unhealthy relationship with food, fast foods, easy foods,' she said of that time.

She would normally skip breakfast and then indulge in a huge lunch of pies and chips, chicken rolls and snacks including chips and chocolate.

a person wearing a suit and tie: 'After ten years of being overweight, trying every single diet out there, losing weight and then gaining it all back plus some, I'd had enough,' she said (pictured on her wedding day) © Provided by Daily Mail 'After ten years of being overweight, trying every single diet out there, losing weight and then gaining it all back plus some, I'd had enough,' she said (pictured on her wedding day) a person standing posing for the camera: Before and after: Growing up in a family that 'loved food' but had little money to spend on good quality ingredients propelled Mrs Jarman into a decade-long binge on chips, fizzy drinks, lollies and chocolate © Provided by Daily Mail Before and after: Growing up in a family that 'loved food' but had little money to spend on good quality ingredients propelled Mrs Jarman into a decade-long binge on chips, fizzy drinks, lollies and chocolate

For dinner Mrs Jarman would usually have a takeaway, with an extra-large McDonald's meal being her favourite. Her exercise routine was non-existent.

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'My body had to work so hard every day just to get out of bed, to play with my kids, to do literally anything was the biggest struggle,' she said.

'I hid from the world a lot and would avoid busy places wherever possible. I really became invisible for almost a decade.'

What does DJ Jarman eat now?

Breakfast: Porridge oats, blueberries and sugar-free maple syrup.

Lunch: Wholemeal wrap with egg, salami and salad.

Dinner: Chicken or steak with salad for dinner.

a couple of people posing for the camera: She had tried intermittent fasting, keto and plant-based diets to shift the extra kilos but with no success, so in 2019 she decided to undergo vertical gastric sleeve surgery © Provided by Daily Mail She had tried intermittent fasting, keto and plant-based diets to shift the extra kilos but with no success, so in 2019 she decided to undergo vertical gastric sleeve surgery a person sitting in a parking lot: Now weighing 67 kilos she knows the surgery was her best course of action, and she can finally chase after Ella, seven, and Christian, three, with glee © Provided by Daily Mail Now weighing 67 kilos she knows the surgery was her best course of action, and she can finally chase after Ella, seven, and Christian, three, with glee

Now weighing 67 kilos she knows the surgery was her best course of action, and she can finally chase after her children Ella, seven, and Christian, three, with glee.

'I work out every day except Sunday and I love a good cardio session, but also enjoy strength days,' she said.

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Since her dramatic weight loss Mrs Jarman will start the day with porridge oats, blueberries and sugar-free maple syrup, followed by a wholemeal wrap with egg, salami and salad for lunch and chicken or steak with salad for dinner.

She does one hour of high intensity cardio and weight training six days a week.

'Most people are gobsmacked by my weight loss, especially the ones who haven't seen me since before my operation,' she said.

'The best compliment for me, is when people compliment my hard work instead of my looks.

'I love when people tell me I inspire them, or my workouts help them go harder in the gym.'

Her advice to those wanting to transform their own lives is to start small

'Cut out takeaways and fizzy drinks first, drink more water and eat at least one piece of fruit per day,' she said.

'Also, don't be afraid of what people will say or think if you get surgical help. If you have tried everything and nothing has been successful, look into it.

'Your life is only lived once, don't waste it being unhappy and unhealthy. Do whatever it takes to make this life the best life ever.'

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