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Obese Guy Gets Rejected By Crush & Uses It As Motivation To Lose Half His Weight.

When it comes to finding the incentive to get healthy, most people have a “tipping point.”

Perhaps it’s something minor, like when you realize you have to move up a notch on your belt; or maybe it’s something larger, like you’ve discovered you need to purchase two airline tickets when you want to fly somewhere. Whatever your personal motivation, every person comes to the point when enough is enough, and it’s time to do something to improve your situation.

For Mos Sataporn of Bangkok, Thailand, that tipping point came when he realized he was getting rejected by all of the women he was attracted to. Quite simply, he just couldn’t get a date, so he decided to do something about it.


Weighing in at 341 pounds, Mos had a BMI that put him solidly into the “obese” category. At over six feet tall, he found himself to be bigger than just about everyone else he knew. Worse yet, people picked on Mos for his weight problem.


After getting rejected by yet another woman, Mos decided he’d had enough. It was time to make some changes to the way he lived his life, starting with the way he ate.


He replaced the sodium-rich, carbohydrate-laden foods he had been indulging in for his whole life with lean meats and proteins, plus lots of vegetables and water. He had to teach himself had to cook for himself, and every day was a new challenge to resist the pitfalls that had landed him in his predicament in the first place.

Mos was astounded at how quickly the pounds started melting off, especially when he added some workouts to the mix. Within the first month of his new diet and exercise routine, he’d already lost 11 pounds.


Mos proudly shares his updates on his Facebook page. He’s especially proud of the fact that he has lost his weight in an all-natural manner. He doesn’t use an drugs, diets, or supplements — he simply eats small portions of healthy foods and gets plenty of sleep and water.


After a year, Mos looks like an entirely different person!

He lost a total of 165 pounds. Now, at 6 feet tall and 176 pounds, he feels more confident than he ever has!


Mos says that overcoming his own mind was the hardest part of losing the weight.

“If you want to diet, the first thing you have to do is to fight with your inner self. If others can do it, why not you?â€

Truer words have seldom been spoken, Mos! No word yet on whether Mos’s new look is a hit with the ladies, but something tells us he’s doing just fine in that department.

Please share this inspiring story with anyone who could use a little motivation to get fit right about now!

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