Anerlisa Muigai has always been more than happy to share her weight loss journey, having struggled for years to lose weight.

Since she started working out and mastering the right food, she has constantly updated her fans on her progress.

Well, she has now revealed that she has struggled with her weight for 10 years. She posted a photo on social media on her progress over the years.

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To answer the question on how many years I have struggled with my weight is actually 10 years. I started caring less of what I was eating. To explain the 1st picture ( 7 years ago) I lost all the weight in just 3 months (35kgs) I was on a strict vegan and juicing diet which I later found was unrealistic and that’s why I regained all the weight back. The 2nd picture ( 4 years ago) I decided to join a fitness camp where we were locked up from food temptations for 5 months and lost about 44kgs. I also had the opportunity of training with one of the best trainers ever but Unfortunately, i couldn’t sustain the weight loss as when let to go home I was not shown how to deal with the aftermath. I remember when I came back home from the fitness camp, some friends said all sorts of things that I had done including lipo and tummy tuck but I have always been that person who lets people say whatever they want. I never have anything to prove back.”

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She continued revealing that she is afraid to gain her previous weight back.

Fast forward to today, I decided to take time (1 year and 6months) to lose the weight slowly and do it the right way. My current trainer has always told me to do it slowly and sure ( long term results) From my past experiences, I learnt that yes you can loose weight in a very short time but it will not be sustainable in the long run. I never gave up I still believed I could do it again and with this time sharing my story with lots of people, it encouraged me to keep up. I still get scared of regaining my weight back but I have kept my head up. Those who lost hope, please know that it’s never too late to restart again. Don’t let your struggle be your identity.” PS: I will soon be sharing my meal plans.”