Mom of two who drank three cans of Red Bull a day turns seventh after dropping energy drinks and trading her two dinners for healthy salads
- Dilay Acur, 26, was addicted to Red Bull and drank three cans a day
- Mother of two tipped scales at 15st6lbs and would enjoy two dinners a night
- Now weighs only 8th and enjoy healthier meals like fish and salad
A woman who drank three cans of Red Bull a day dropped seven stones after dropping the sugary energy drink.
Dilay Acur, 26, drank three cans of a double serving of dinner every day in addition to snacks.
Dilay from Sydney said she was on the verge of developing diabetes.
Dilay Acur, 26, was addicted to the energy drink that contains more than two teaspoons of sugar per can. She is left before her weight loss and pictured right after picture
Cropped and Toned: Now a healthy 8th, Dilay says she has more energy to play with her kids and eat healthy
A young woman who drank 21 cans of Red Bull a week has fallen seven kilos after dropping the fizzy drink
After deciding she wanted to shed the pounds, Dilay’s supportive husband Erdi, 32, paid £7,000 for gastric surgery that removed 75 percent of her stomach.
Ayaz’s stay-at-home mom, four, and Ayla, two, said, “I drank three cans of Red Bull a day because my body always craved it.
‘I didn’t drink it for energy – I just loved the taste.
For the diet
Breakfast – McDonalds sausage and egg mccmuffin with hash brown
Lunch – chicken with fries and salad
Dinner – rice with meat and vegetables x2 servings
Snacks – chips and chocolate, 3 Red Buls
Breakfast – two eggs with tomatoes, cucumber, cheese and olives
Lunch – fish & salad
Dinner – protein-rich meal – steak/chicken with salad
Snacks – protein yogurt
“Doctors always told me to stop drinking, but it was almost like I needed it.
‘I had the same feeling in the evening after dinner.
“After about an hour I felt like another serving as if I hadn’t just eaten.”
The mother of two drank three a day for over a year and scoffed at two dinners a night along with snacks (pre-weight loss photo)
Dilay, pictured before her weight loss, believes she was on the brink of diabetes for her weight loss (pictured)
Dilay admits she was “disappointed” with herself when her frame got bigger.
She tried dieting, but an overactive thyroid, known as hyperthyroidism, made weight loss difficult.
Dilay underwent surgery last July at Hurstville Private Hospital in Sydney.
She said: ‘My health was at stake because I had an extremely fatty liver and was almost pre-diabetic.
Happy and healthy! Dilay says she now enjoys healthy meals, like fish and chicken salads
The stay-at-home mom of Ayaz, four, and Ayla, two, had stomach surgery that involved removing 75 percent of her stomach. She is pictured before surgery
“My skin became flaky like a reptile.
‘I was suffering from acid reflux and heartburn – I knew I had to change my life.
‘I had a serious conversation with my husband, who is a subcontractor, and we agreed that weight loss surgery is the best option.
“My doctor referred me and then I was able to get started.
“I can’t thank Erdi enough for his support!”
The surgery was not the easy way out, Dilay had to change her bad habits. She was forced to stop drinking Red Bull to make sure the stomach sleeve worked in her favor. She is pictured before surgery
Strong and healthy: Dilay now says she has ‘so much natural energy’ and can ‘play more with her kids’
But the surgery was not the easy way out, Dilay had to change her bad habits.
She was forced to stop drinking Red Bull to make sure the stomach sleeve worked in her favor.
She said: ‘Adjusting to a smaller stomach and a new diet was so difficult.
‘But absolutely worth it.
“I used to be disgusted by my appearance, but now I couldn’t be happier.
“I have so much natural energy and can play with my kids without a break.
Not only my body has changed, but also my mentality.
‘I am so much more positive and comfortable in my own skin.’