Well, you must have heard and read several transformation stories, and many of them might have inspired you as well, but some people are truly admirable because of some decisions they took that changes their lives. This story is about an Australian woman, who is stunningly gorgeous. Carolyn Hartz is a mother of three, who hails from Perth, Australia, and she has a body that several girls just dream of. But can you guess her age?
Well, she is 70. Yes, you read it right. This 70-year-old Australian woman is also a grandmother, who has worked hard to stay fit, and got a body that is worth boasting. Well, she looks nothing like her age, and there is a reason behind it. She has ditched SUGAR for about 30 years, and the result is in front of you.
One of my favourite photos with my granddaughter.💙 I loved baking with my kids when they were little and now I love baking with my grandchildren, but now baking "honestly" sugar free! This picture features in my 'Sugar Free Baking' cookbook and I have received so many lovely comments.❤ To find out about my cookbook or Perfect Sweet please visit www.sweetlife.com.au #sweetlife #sugarfree #ditchsugar #glutenfree #guiltfree #baking #glutenfreebaking #glutenfreerecipes #refinedsugarfree #healthyfood #sugarfreebaking #delicious #sugaralternative #quitsugar #cookbook #desserts #cake #healthydesserts #family #perfectsweet #kidsinthekitchen
Love days like this – relaxing with my gorgeous rescue dog 'Lafs' (Love At First Sight).x Also a frienly reminder that xylitol brings wonderful benefits to people but can be harmful for dogs. There are many 'human' foods that are not suitable for our pets including xylitol, chocolate, onion, avacado, grapes and macadamia nuts. #sweetlife #ditchsugar #rescuedog #dog #doglover #xylitol
Carolyn, who goes by the name ‘sweetlifeaus’ on Instagram, keeps on posting her pictures and inspiring captions to help keep the people following her on their toes as far as health is concerned. Media reports suggest that she stopped eating sugar after a pre-diabetes diagnosis when she was 40, and she has never looked back.
According to a report in Daily Mail, the Australian woman said –
‘A lot of women post 50 think that it’s not possible to maintain a reasonable shape and weight when they reach 50 or beyond…We know our metabolism slows down as we get older it just means we have to take control and make healthier choices and work a little harder…I believe it is very important to be aware of the type of food you eat and the quantity of food you eat. Being mindful while you are eating is a huge factor. Mindless eating can lead to unnecessary weight gain. I say to my customers taste and enjoy every mouthful.’
Here’s what is included in her diet –