A Manchester City Council worker who says she was ‘too fat to shop’ has lost eight stone in weight after receiving help to cut out her unhealthy takeaway habit.
At 19st 12lbs, Maxine Sullivan knew something had to change when she found she had an irregular heartbeat. The 49-year-old grandma, who works as a social care assessor, was diagnosed with arthritis in her spine in her early 20s, and as the pain got worse over time, the more weight she gained. “I was huge.
It was embarrassing,” Maxine said. READ MORE: Covid infections soar among children - with more vaccinated testing positive “I love to food shop but I just couldn’t fit down the aisles so I stopped going.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk