Imagine starting a weigh-loss journey just 90 days before your wedding and not seeing your partner until the big day. That’s the premise of the hit TV show Altar’d on Z Living network.
For the three months leading up to their weddings, six couples shed pounds by exercising and eating right. And it was Diet-to-Go that provided all the food leading up to the altar reveal.
Now that this season has ended, we’re revealing the before-and-after’s of each of the six couples, as well as their touching stories — and real testimonials about their Diet-to-Go meals.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that make our weight loss journey worthwhile. That’s certainly true for Gary Jackson, a 62-year-old Marine Corps retiree who started Diet-to-Go in September. At 5 feet, 10 inches, Gary’s 227-pound weight and decades of unhealthy eating was finally starting to drag him down enough that he decided it was time for a change. And he found just what he was after with Diet-to-Go!
Tina's weight ballooned out of control, during and after the loss of her mother, but at 262 pounds and diagnosed with pre-diabetes, she knew it was time to make a change.
Since starting Diet-to-Go in January 2016, she has lost 82 pounds (and counting) and her doctor is completely stunned at her results.
Knowledgeable and health-savvy nurse, Tricia Mamer, has tried many diet delivery plans in the last few years — Ultimate Food, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, you name it. But it wasn't until she found Diet-to-Go that she finally found healthy and great tasting diet success!
The demands of obtaining a doctorate degree are extremely high. It’s stressful, time-consuming and for many post-bachelor’s-degree students, it also takes a toll on their health.
It certainly did for James Crispo, a former postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. But he discovered Diet-to-Go and turned it all around.
When Arwa Qammash gained more than 20 pounds after giving birth to her first child, getting back in shape was definitely on the forefront of her mind. and she turned to Diet-to-Go to help make it happen. Find out how she did it!
For Charles Sockey, it was about more than just wanting to look good. It was about coming so far in life and being determined to be able to enjoy it.
“I want to keep going until there’s no days left,” said 67-year-old analyst-retiree Charles. “I don’t want to be holed up. I want to live.”
“If we want to inspire others, we have to achieve success ourselves.”
That’s what Elizabeth Christian, a telephone saleswoman and aspiring motivational speaker, believes — and it’s exactly what she held onto as she worked to lose weight and get in shape.
Trying to lose weight and get healthy is difficult enough by itself, but what if you had to do it while also serving as the primary caretaker of an ill loved one?
It may not sound like too much fun to most of us, but for Sheryl Walder, her mother’s Parkinson’s disease diagnosis was the catalyst to push her into finally taking the leap.
It’s a story many women are all too familiar with — putting on extra pounds every year after 40, with no explanation and no obvious way to combat it.
It’s definitely the story of Stephanie, a California mental health specialist who at 5'6" slowly started gaining weight until she bubbled up to 165 pounds.
Greg Berlin, 29, decided to try Diet-to-Go as a way to get on-track with his eating habits.
“I worked out a lot, but the food was a problem,” he said. “I was always a big believer in what you put into your body is 90 percent of it.”
Diet-to-Go customer and Virginia resident Steve used the healing treatment of a long-term disease as the catalyst he needed to finally lose the weight for good. Check out his amazing story of success.
IT Tech Blake wanted to change his life for the better. Now, 85 pounds later, he's doing just that. All by eating healthy, balanced meals and working out. Check out his amazing story.
Run. Jump. Climb. Target. Seesaw. Walk. Target. Poles. Jump. Shoot. Target. Sounds like someone doing an interesting (and exhausting) workout, right? Well it is, but probably not what you would expect.
Erin Foley says the greatest benefit of losing weight is keeping up with her dog Tatiana on the agility course.
When 54-year-old Nick Marulli decided to tackle his weight issues last January, he knew it would take a strong commitment, motivation and educating himself about nutrition to accomplish his goal.
Now, over 50 pounds down, Nick continues to stay focused on his goal weight through moderate fitness, portion-control and overcoming a lifetime of bad habits.
Last October, Jennifer took her first step towards a healthier life by linking up with Diet-to-Go. A few short months ago, Jennifer celebrated her sensational 43-pound weight loss by completing a 10-mile road race in just 90 minutes! "The race went much better than expected! My official time was 1:30:34... that's an average of nine minutes per mile! I'm really sore, but it was worth it!" Jennifer raves."For the first time in my life, I don't want or need to lose any more weight! I've gone from a size 14 pushing 16 to a comfortable size 4 - and...
There are plenty of benefits associated with losing weight. For starters, there's a lowered risk of illness and an increase in energy. But for Lori, who's dropped 36 pounds with Diet-to-Go, the best part of weight loss just may be not having to wear clothes with elastic waistbands anymore."Seriously, it great to shop for fashionable clothes and not be limited to what's available in the 'plus-size' stores," Lori says.Our 55-year-old featured slimmer weighed 220 when she turned to Diet-to-Go for help. She now weighs 184 and is on track to reach her goal weight of 160.And she says staying the...
Steve S. didn't need pills or surgery to drop 100 pounds. The retiree from Maryland says all it took was a little faith, a three-day-a-week workout plan and a lot of really good food.Super slimmer Steve got serious about weight loss last January after his doctor's scale registered 407.He found success with Diet-to-Go's perfectly portioned meals."Diet-to-Go makes it easy," says Steve, who at his highest weight wore a size-58 waist."They make it easy enough to make substitutions for meals and I don't have to worry about what's for dinner, food shopping or cooking. I simply pick up my meals at...
She's lost 30 pounds, but it's not the numbers on the bathroom scale that matters most to Rachel. What really matters to this Diet-to-Go slimmer are the numbers on her blood test results.After following Diet-to-Go for a year now, Rachel is happy to report her blood pressure, cholesterol and triglycerides all fall well within the healthy range.Also extremely happy about Rachel's much-improved numbers and greatly lowered heart disease risk: her doctor. Rachel, 58, turned to Diet-to-Go last year after she suffered a heart attack in 2008."From a cardiac perspective, my doctor is very happy for me getting this far," says...
After adopting a pair of lively young girls, music theater managers Jean and James knew it was time to clean up their act. The motivation to get healthier and more energetic inspired the Iowa couple to lose a combined 150 pounds with Diet-to-Go!"Our weight loss was motivated by wanting to attend our youngest daughters' high school and college graduations and to see them marry and start families of their own," a glowing Jean tells Diet-to-Go."I am 48 years old and I have not weighed this little since before I became pregnant with my oldest child... and that's 23 years ago."So...