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When Elizabeth was accepted onto the cheerleading team at school she was told she was too fat and to lose weight. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had
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Elizabeth never thought she would enjoy the gym, but now she's learning to become a fitness instructor. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make ch
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Before she started her journey Elizabeth hated physical activity. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too la
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Elizabeth says that during your weight loss journey you have to really love yourself to get through it. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make ch
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From McDonalds meals to overnight oats, Elizabeth completely transformed her life. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life bef
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Elizabeth with her mother. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too late. One of her biggest supporters is he
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Elizabeth shows how excess skin has affected her stomach. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too late. One
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Elizabeth has lost eight stone in total. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too late. One of her biggest su
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Her husband has always been very supportive of her at any weight. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too la
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Elizabeth in her old cheerleading uniform. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too late. One of her biggest
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People can't believe how different Elizabeth looks now. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too late. One of
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Elizabeth lost weight by reducing portion sizes and changing unhealthy foods for healthier versions. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make chang
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Elizabeth was left with excess skin from her weight loss but says it's toning up over time with regular exercises at the gym. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she k
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Elizabeth was worried she would die and not get to see her children grow up if she continued eating so much. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to ma
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After losing eight stone, Elizabeth no longer worries if she will be around to see her children grow up. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make c
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Side by side transformation. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too late. One of her biggest supporters is
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Before and after shots of Elizabeth's front and back. THIS WOMAN was branded a FAT CHEERLEADER after she couldn't fit into any of the uniforms at high school - but she has since cheered herself on to lose EIGHT STONE. Bank manager and fitness-trainer-to-be, Elizabeth Sanders (26) from Rogersville, Missouri, USA, had struggled with her weight ever since she was in high school where she was a cheerleader but weighed 14st and wore a UK dress size 17. After being told she needed to lose weight she reduced how much she ate and when the pounds wouldn't shift from the scales she turned to bulimia. Although she managed to bring her weight down to 12st 2lb and a dress size 14, when she looked in the mirror she could only see a fat cheerleader looking back at her as she constantly recalled people telling her she was too big. Feeling defeated, Elizabeth would binge on McDonalds, chicken sandwiches, fries, crisps, cookies, chocolates, candy, large bowls of spaghetti with three garlic breads, a large bowl of ice cream and large sodas until she ballooned to 15st 5lb and dress size 20. In 2013, Elizabeth was back to being bulimic and would throw up whatever she ate at work. She brought a toothbrush with her to freshen her breathe to ward away any suspecting eyes. To her surprise, in August 2013 she found out she was pregnant, so she stopped purging and put on 4st 4lb and weighed 16st 6lb. In March 2014, her first son John (6) was born and desperate to 'get skinny' she jumped on the band wagon of trying fad diet after diet and her weight was up and down. Elizabeth started dating her husband Dylan (28) in 2016 and in 2017 she found out they were expecting. She used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever she wanted. At 19st 6lb and UK dress size 22, when she went into labour, Elizabeth was overwhelmed with thoughts of her weight killing her and not being there to watch her children grow up and she knew she had to make changes in her life before it was too late. One of h
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