PHOTO+VIDEO | A flight attendant lost 100kg to land her dream job

Nadine McGee
The transformation of Nadine McGee / Photo: Instagram/Nadine McGee

The flight attendant who decided to change her life completely and succeeded in it, her story is really motivating.

Nadine McGee she finally got the job she wanted for years, and for which her health condition was her biggest obstacle. Thanks to stomach surgery, this 28-year-old mother managed to lose more than 100 kilograms in a period of one year.

She says the hardest part of her weight loss journey was learning to moderate her diet, stop overeating and manage other eating disorders.

Nadine went viral on social media when she shared her life story of dramatic weight loss and landing her dream job. She gained thousands of fans as she candidly shared her most difficult journey and reminded many that anything in life is, in fact, possible.

"I love myself in both photos, but now I definitely have a new life and more energy to enjoy both the small and the big things." "When I was at my heaviest, I didn't think I'd ever be able to get over it and solve my eating problems."

"I struggled with weight fluctuations and overeating. It took me a year and four months to reach my goal weight. Now, two months later, I'm still learning and working on maintaining a healthy and balanced relationship with food. I think it's something I'll have to work on for the rest of my life, but I'm totally okay with that," she wrote in her Instagram post.

Nadine set the networks on fire with this transformation and many people offered her comments of support and admiration.

"Well done, you are truly an inspiration, you must feel so much better," one man wrote.

"Amazing effort!" Beautiful, both before and after!" added one woman.


The airline in which he works does not have any specific rules when it comes to weight, a prerequisite is good health and good fitness as well as the ability to swim fifty meters.

People who undergo gastric bypass surgery must eat much smaller meals because the procedure reduces the size of the stomach by limiting how much food can be consumed at one time. After surgery, they must be kept on a liquid diet and can then be switched to small meals of solid food for about eight weeks after the entire procedure.

"Some days I eat more and some days less. I try to listen to my body and be present when I eat," she says in the description of the video.

"Every time I enjoyed my favorite foods before, there was a sense of negativity or failure," she said in a post, adding, "I can finally enjoy my favorite delicacies in moderation and that's been one of the best things I've learned on my journey." .


@nadinephyllisfittt Some days I eat a lot more/less. I try to listen to my body and make sure I stay present while eating (as much as possible with an energetic toddler). Mindfulness while eating is very helpful to me! #gastricsleeveaustralia #bariatriccommunity #gastricbypass #weightlossjourney #weightlosssurgery #wls #vsg #rny #weightloss #weightlosstransformation #postopvsg #vsgcommunity #vsgaustralia #vsgjourney #vsgsupport #vsgsurgery #bariatricbabes #duodenalswitch #duodenalswitchsurgery #weightlosscheck ♬ It's A Wrap – Speed ​​Up – Mariah Carey

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