No Plastic Surgery Sorcery: Find Out How Kandi Burruss And Mama Joyce Lost So Much Weight!

- By Bossip Staff

Kandi Burruss And Mamam Joyce Use Dramatic Weight Loss

Many people have wondered how RHOA stars Kandi Burruss and her Mama Joyce lost so much weight on the past season of the hit reality show. According to the star, one center in Atlanta dramatically changed their weight and life…

Via Bravo:

Sure, the Real Housewives of Atlanta women are the stars of the epic three-part Reunion, but one person has stolen a bit of their spotlight: Mama Joyce!

During her sit-down with the women on Sunday, Kandi Burruss’ mother showed off her fabulous new makeover—and revealed that she had a dramatic slim down.

Now, she’s sharing more details about her healthy new lifestyle. “I’ve lost 40 pounds,” she tells the Dish. “To be perfectly honest, the first 20 pounds I lost was with the Dramatic Weight Loss program. The other 20 pounds was from stress.”

Exercise also played a part. “I do it to keep in shape,” Joyce says. “I do arm exercises and leg lifts.” And her hard work paid off: she admits that she went from a 14-16 size to an 8-10.

“I feel wonderful,” she says. “I don’t have any flab so I feel wonderful!

Dramatic Weight Loss is not a new pill, a new diet, or a new piece of workout equipment that you see popping up on the internet every couple of months. DWL is a time-tested program that is designed to not only help you achieve significant short-term weight loss, but also put you on a lifetime path of staying healthy and keeping the weight off.

Do you know why the body keeps storing fat even though it is harmful to its own survival? Did you know that there is a tried and proved method to force the body to stop storing fat? The program has been known to leave many people feeling healthy, happy and whole.

To learn more about DWL check out the site HERE. Hit the flip to peep more pictures of Kandi and Joyce’s dramatic weight loss next…

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