Danielle’s 21 Day Meal Plan Success Story

This is what I live for—helping you lose weight, get healthier, and all the other benefits that go along with this journey! It takes dedication and it’s not easy, but it’s SO worth it. My #MealPlanBabes™—you’re so amazing and inspiring!

Danielle is one such Meal Plan Babe™. With her permission, I’d like to share her story with you all:


I’ve always struggled with being overweight. I’ve tried MANY different diets and nothing would stick. I would always just gain all the weight back plus a little more. I had seen people posting about your plan, and I kept thinking I should try it but worried I would give up just like I always had in the past.

Well, I decided to take the risk and buy the 21 Day Meal Plan. I looked it all over and it looked really easy to follow. Nothing too crazy and a plan that I could actually follow! So, I set the date to start and I followed through. Not going to lie, the first few days were hard. I felt sick to my stomach in the first few days just because of the sugar withdrawals. I knew I had to keep going and it would pay off… Well, it did.

In the first round I lost 14 pounds! I started at 198 pounds and thought that scale would never get out of the 190s. I was so excited! Seeing those results made me want to keep going. Now I’m on the 4th round. I do have to say, I let myself go a bit during the Christmas break. But still—since starting at the beginning of November, I’ve lost over 30 pounds!!! I’m going to Europe with my boyfriend in May, so I’m very motivated for the next 3 months to lose as much as I can. 

I love how healthy I feel on this plan. It’s like I’ve learnt more about food than I ever have in my life just in the 3 months that I’ve been on your plan.

Thank you for changing my life! <3 

Danielle Dunbar

@weightlossandhealthjourne

If you’d like to get started on the 21 Day Meal Plan yourself, you can purchase it here: https://myadventuretofit.com/product/21daymealplan/ref/2029/

Or, if you have a similar success story you’d like to share, please email it to kendra@myadventuretofit.com

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  1. Heidi - February 28, 2019 at 5:15 am Reply

    I’m just starting out on this diet plan. Reading your post instead of eating really motivates me and helps me avoid temptation! When I am tempted I get online to read the posts…and maybe drink a cup of green tea…to keep me from eating something that I will regret later. Congratulations on your weight loss and continued journey! I’m looking forward to seeing you reach your goals and it motivates me to reach mine. And if I am tempted to eat something I shouldn’t eat it helps me to read the posts of others to inspire me, motivate me, encourage me, and maybe even get a few tips that may help me in my own journey to lose weight. I wish to include exercise in my weight loss plan so I will have to figure out how that will affect how much I should eat. I used to work out 2 hours a day most days in order to lose weight (either my bike trainer for 2 hours a day in the garage or riding my bike on the road 50-75 miles, or hiking up/down hills 4-8 miles( mornings before breakfast.) I lost 45 pounds and then because of my hubby telling me that I wasn’t losing weight fast enough and my hitting a time when I struggled to lose more weight even though I didn’t eat wrong I crashed and burned and gained weight back. Now I will exercise an hour (maybe 2 hours) most days instead and eat better. At least that’s my plan for now. Sometimes I feel like working out on my bike trainer for 2 hours or hiking before breakfast and sometimes I skip a day. Will see how it goes. Lately we have had extreme cold and torrential rains so exercising outside is not an option. I need to lift weights but it is hard to be motivated to do it and also so far it is way to cold to do that in the garage and I can’t bring it into the house. I HATE gyms. I’ll be doing my bike trainer again (in the house now because of the cold in the garage.) And right now I can’t hike because we have been having torrential rain, wind, and cold. So I’m starting with the diet and using my bike trainer indoors for now. I want to lose 59-60 pounds…to get to the weight I used to be…my ideal weight. I’m wondering how long that will take me to reach my goal. I plan to stay on this plan until I do reach my goal…so I’m in it for the long haul…and maybe…to some degree…forever. (Don’t want to gain it back after losing the weight!) My reading your post while drinking a cup of green tea is giving me the motivation to stay on the diet instead of eating what/when I shouldn’t. You inspire me because if you can do it then so can I…I think! I find it hard to always be doing my journey alone. I used to ride my bike 50-75 miles frequently and also used my bike trainer when needed. A foot injury put me out of commission for over a year when it comes to walking without a medical boot on my foot and I gained weight. Now I want to ride my bike trainer 1-2 hours several days a week but it’s good being on a diet where I don’t have to do that in order to lose weight is a big help…because sometimes the weather isn’t good enough to ride outside, or I get burned out and need a break from my exercise program, etc. Sometimes I need a day or two off from exercise to re-cooperate. And sometimes I am feeling lazy or worn out and need a break! If I can lose weight without having to do so many hours of exercise that will be a good thing…because then I can exercise only when the weather is good and/or because I feel like it! (Like when the weather is good!) Some people get exercise by taking care of their kid(s) but I just take care of a cat! The cat needs to lose a bit of weight too!

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