- Moses Ngorok used to be one of those fat and hated kids in school
- At 14, he was already weighing 130 kilos, earning him the name 'big fish'
- Today, he only weighs 80 kilos. So how did he shed off the fat?
Moses Ngorok was once a fat and mostly hated school kid with a terrible eating habit. At the age of 14, he was already weighing a staggering 130 kilos.
Because of his exceedingly massive size, other school-going kids used to mock and call him funny names that he never found amusing.
“They used to call me ‘big fish’ and names like that,” the now 29-year-old slim-looking Ugandan recalls.
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Since he comes from a family of huge people, his size wasn’t a big deal back then. After-all, it was not his fault that he was born fat. As a matter of fact, trying to shed off excess fat never crossed his mind, until he joined university.
“When I joined Uganda Christian University, I started losing weight, and not intentionally. Change of diet made shed off fat. I wasn’t able to eat junk foods like I always did back home,” says Ngorok.
His actual weight loss journey started when a female friend of his told him he could shed off the excess fat by taking juice and checking his diet.
“The juice significantly reduced my calories intake and I lost even more weight. I lost up to 18 kilos in a week,” says Ngorok.
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However, juice alone was going to get him to his set target of 80 kilos. He says he also started walking 45 minutes every day.
Today, Ngorok weighs 80 kilos and intends to keep it that way.
Elsewhere, man lost a staggering 330 pounds by simply walking to a supermarket every day and you wouldn't believe how he transformed.
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