Greenville personal trainer Leah Lewis’s health tips for dining out

Jennifer E. Engen

Eating out has always been a big part of Leah Lewis’ social life. But as she approached her 40th birthday weighing in at about 250 pounds, Lewis admits that it was taking its toll.

“I have struggled with weight my entire life,” says Lewis. “I love food and love going out to eat, but food has always been my worst enemy. After a reality check, I finally got serious and decided to take control.”

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Lewis turned to Renew Your Strength nutrition and fitness for guidance on reaching her health and fitness goals. Within months, she lost 38 pounds, won a Transformation Challenge, and gained the confidence to keep going. In total, Lewis has lost 100+ pounds and is now helping others as a full-time group fitness instructor and personal trainer for Renew Your Strength.

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