Woman says male colleague refused to work with her because she was fat, loses 51kg

Woman says male colleague refused to work with her because she was fat, loses 51kg

- Martina Coogan from London says her male co-worker refused to work with her because she was fat

- Coogan began to gain weight in her late teens till she reached 127kg in her late thirties

- The 47-year-old woman has now lost 51kg

A woman identified as Martina Coogan has disclosed that her male co-worker refused to work with her because she was fat.

Coogan who used to weigh 127kg said she began to gain weight in her late teens and saw her waistline expand, Daily Mail reports.

YEN.com.gh notes that the 47-year-old woman said she hit 127 kilograms in her late thirties and wore a size 22.

Woman says male co-worker refused to work with her because she was FAT

Martina Coogan. Photo credit: Martina Coogan
Source: UGC

Coogan, who is from London, has now lost an incredible 51kg following a ketogenic diet.

Woman says male co-worker refused to work with her because she was FAT

Martina Coogan lost 51kg following a ketogenic diet called Proteifine. Photo credit: Martina Coogan
Source: UGC

She said that no matter how small her food portion was, she kept on gaining weight.

Coogan said: "No matter how small my portions were, I just kept gaining weight. It was so disheartening.

"It wasn't like I was eating huge portions when I was big. People would always comment on how little I ate – but I just couldn't seem to stop gaining weight.

"It was so frustrating and being bigger meant I was very self-conscious."

Recalling her male colleague's refusal to work with her, Coogan said: "I thought to myself, "Is this really what people think of me?"'

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