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Offbeat This Woman Made $4,800 Betting on Her Own Weight Loss

05:50  06 february  2017
05:50  06 february  2017 Source:   goodhousekeeping.com

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You're your own worst enemy - it's a common expression that often hits too close to home, especially when body image and weight loss are involved. "If anything, I would skip a whole bunch of meals and then binge later." © Provided by Good Housekeeping This Woman Made $ 4 , 800 Betting on Her

2. Looking for ways to stay motivated, she 'd already lost 75 pounds at this point by working out with a group and overhauling her eating habits. She stumbled across a weight loss gambling hybrid site. The site's objective is what you'd expect

This Woman Made $4,800 Betting on Her Own Weight Loss © Provided by Good Housekeeping This Woman Made $4,800 Betting on Her Own Weight Loss You're your own worst enemy - it's a common expression that often hits too close to home, especially when body image and weight loss are involved.

But Jennifer Dennison flipped that idea on its head when she decided to take control of her health in 2015. The Houston native weighed 405 pounds when she fell asleep at the wheel, exhausted and lethargic from her recent weight gain.

  This Woman Made $4,800 Betting on Her Own Weight Loss © Provided by Good Housekeeping "I wasn't sleeping well, I was exhausted, my diet was not great," Dennison told ABC News. "If anything, I would skip a whole bunch of meals and then binge later."

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Besides incorporating more healthy fats into my daily diet, here are 3 ways I slayed the weight - loss beast: This Woman Made $ 4 , 800 Betting Heavily pregnant busy mum the Duchess of Cambridge snapped by a fellow shopper at Waitrose and loading up her own Range Rover with (reusable) bags.

This Woman Made $ 4 , 800 Betting on Her Own Weight Loss . She lost 102 pounds and gained some seriouscash — plus a whole new life.But Jennifer Dennison flipped that idea on its head when she decided to take control of her health in 2015.

Those habits are tough to shake, but Dennison knew she could do it - so sure, in fact, that she put cold, hard cash behind it.

Looking for ways to stay motivated - she'd already lost 75 pounds at this point by working out with a group and overhauling her eating habits - she stumbled across a weight loss gambling hybrid site. The site's objective is what you'd expect: You wage a bet that you'll succeed in your weight loss goal and if you don't reach it, you lose your money. Dennison's objective? To lose 100 pounds in 10 months, at $100 per month.

"I went to the website and started playing around with the algorithms and figured how much money I would be potentially able to make in a short amount of time," Dennison told ABC News.

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© Provided by Good Housekeeping This Woman Made $ 4 , 800 Betting on Her . You're your own worst enemy - it's a common expression that often hits too close to home, especially when body image and weight loss are involved.

She was made fun of and had fewer friends than her peers. "Day to day, life was a constant struggle," she says. "From worrying about if I'll fit in this chair or if the However, she never would have guessed that weight loss would affect her face so drastically: This Woman Made $ 4 , 800 Betting on Her

[h/t ABC News]


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