Shari Ware spent almost her entire life morbidly obese. By the time she left High School, she weighed 100kgs. At her maximum weight, she was over 180 kgs (she never had the courage to find out how much over).
After spending decades on the dieting roller coaster – losing the weight, feeling great for a while, then putting the weight back on again – she realised that she needed to go about things in a different way.
Today's Guest: Shari Ware
Owner and Founder of FAB New Body
Shari Ware is a Health Coach, best selling author & international speaker who is on a mission to help people to change their weight or health story in a way that is healthy, sustainable & doesn’t completely suck, by working on the root cause rather than treating the symptons.
Shari’s motto after losing 100kg herself naturally is “You CAN change your story, one change at a time!”
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