- A Nigerian man, Ahmad Adetola-Kazeem, has got social media talking after shedding 10kg and sharing photos
- Sharing his weight loss secret, Ahmad said it is important to stop eating late at night and that people should also reduce their intake of bread and snacks
- The man noted that some of his clothes now look like agbada on him, adding that shedding weight comes with a change of wardrobe
A Nigerian man has caused quite a stir on social media after shedding 10kg and sharing adorable transformation photos.
The young man identified as Ahmad Adetola-Kazeem said his clothes no longer fit him, adding that some of them now look like agbada on him.
In his words:
"My XXL T-shirts are looking too wide now, whilst T-shirts that were hitherto very tight are fitting properly. One Suit I recently bought is now looking like a babariga, yet the destination is yet to be reached. About 10kgs gone and 20kgs more to go."
He said if anyone is hoping to lose weight massively, they should prepare for a wardrobe change or major clothing adjustment.
Ahmad said despite being in the holy month of Ramadan, he will continue his weight loss programme.
In his words:
"My major focus would be diet while infusing about four hours evening workouts per week In Sha Allah."
Facebook users loved the transformation and shared their thoughts in the comment section of the post.
Odejimi Koya wrote:
"Great, let's have the secret privately. Welldone!"
Agbomeji Olushola said:
"Maa Shaa Allah, good to see you like this now... Ilal Amaam."
Responding to the foregoing comment, Ahmad said:
"Stop eating late in the night, stop or reducing some food like bread, snacks, take lots of fruits and vegetables. Intermittent fasting. Or you can go on portion control like One cooked meal in a day, follow it with fruits and vegetables. Or two meals a day with portion control. It really works."
Briefly News previously reported about a lady identified as Thato Moremong who inspired the social media community after losing weight and transforming her shape.
She took to her LinkedIn page to share her transformation journey, saying when she decided to take care of her health two years ago, a lot of people told her it was impossible.
Moremong said her health was so bad that she was depressed. She said she was told that if she did not do anything drastic about it, her heart would stop.
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