Tiene 24 años, bajó 64 kilos y muestra cómo quedó su cuerpo sin cirugías estéticas

Ariana Omipi es muy joven pero se jacta de tener una voluntad de oro y de capitalizar todo lo malo para convertirlo en algo positivo.

Desde 2012 lucha con su sobrepeso pero hace 11 meses puso puntó final a las excusas y medias tintas. La balanza le indicó que pesaba 130 kilos y decidió que emprendería esta empresa con todas sus energías. Así, bajó 64 kilos y ha mostrado todo el proceso en sus redes sociales.


Al principio probó con una dieta keto pero descubrió que no era sostenible, que tenía hambre todo el tiempo. Luego pasó por una cirugía de manga gástrica, un procedimiento en el que se reduce el estómago quirúrgicamente.

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THE REALITY 😱😷 This was me only 5 days ago – unposed, raw and vulnerable in my hospital bed moments after surgery. I lay unconscious and unresponsive like this for 4 hours before my eyes opened. My boyfriend took this photo of me in shock as he’d never seen me like this. 😢 I wanted to share this side of my journey because Gastric Sleeve Surgery IS NOT glamorous nor is it a decision that is made lightly. Those who choose this path are in serious need of change. In most cases, to even be considered for Gastric Sleeve Surgery you will have a BMI of over 40 which is classed as MORBIDLY obese. There are significant risks in the surgery alone – death, stomach leaks, internal bleeding, blood clots which could lead to a heart attack or stroke not to mention the risk of complications that can occur longer term. 😳 When I first chose to speak about my journey publicly, I promised to HONESTLY and OPENLY share my journey with you all 💕 I often share an incredibly POSITIVE approach to my journey because that’s just the kind of person I am and the vibe I want to release 🌸 In saying that, I don’t want anyone to have the impression (whether you’re considering having this surgery or whether you’re just watching along in support) that this is an easy solution to weight loss or a way to get that "Instagram bod”. I chose to make this decision because I wanted to prioritise my health so I could live a long and fulfilling life and any other positive changes are just a bonus. It’s going to take a lot of hard work, at times pain and lifestyle changes to conquer. 🙌🌟 I can’t wait to share more of my journey with you – the good, the bad, the ugly! On a side note, my vlog of my Gastric Sleeve Surgery along with the time I spent in hospital will hopefully be live this week over on my Youtube! Check out my link in the description so you can subscribe and be notified first. 🎉

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“Esta era yo, sin posar, vulnerable, en la cama del hospital después de la operación. Estuve así, inconsciente durante 4 horas. Mi novio hizo esta foto, y la compartí porque esta operación no es glamurosa ni decidí hacérmela a la ligera. Conlleva riesgos, pero prometí ser honesta sobre mi camino, e intenté darle un punto de vista positivo. Pero no quiero dar la impresión de que esta es una solución fácil para perder peso o conseguir un ‘Cuerpo de Instagram’. Lo elegí porque mi prioridad era mi salud, para poder tener una vida larga y completa, y los demás cambios positivos son un extra. Va a conllevar trabajo duro, dolor y cambiar tu estilo de vida,” escribió en Instagram en ese momento.


Hasta ahora, casi un año después del inicio de su nueva vida, Ariana no se ha sometido a ninguna cirugía plástica para quitar el exceso de piel o las estrías.  Al respecto sostiene que es importante aceptar las marcas y llevarlas con confianza. Por eso se muestra tal cual es en sus redes:

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There is no failure except in no longer trying. Never never never give up 💕 I constantly have to remind myself how far I’ve come with my journey. And as I get closer and closer to the 1 year mark post gastric sleeve surgery, I think about how different my life would be right now had I not made the decision to choose this path. I remember being so scared of sharing this journey and having hesitations for fear that I would be judged but I had to let go of those and allow myself to make my own decisions rather than let myself be influenced by the judgement of others. I knew that it would was beneficial for my future health and happiness and I worked incredibly hard to ensure its success. Had I not, I wouldn’t be where I am today. 🙌🏼 Remember that when making decisions because at the end of the day, no-one has to live with the consequences of them but you ✨

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted a before and after. With all the attention from the previous ones, I’ve found it difficult to share one again. It’s always hard when you’re constantly working on self love to have people critiquing your body, loose skin and sometimes even your happiness. But I know that there are those of you out there who are going through the same journey as me, who have had VSG or who are working on self love. I believe it’s so important to focus on your own individual journey but also to celebrate every single milestone you hit whether that’s a weight loss goal, fitting a goal outfit or even just recognising how far you’ve come mentally. 💕 For those of you who may be new, I had gastric sleeve surgery on March 14th 2018. This surgery has completely transformed my life and helped me to control my portion sizes. Along with a balanced diet and regular exercise I have seen incredible changes in the 9 months since surgery. ☺️ I’m 168cm tall and started with a weight of 126 kilos (278 pounds). I am currently 68 kilos (150 pounds). 68 kilos was my absolute goal weight but never something I thought I would achieve or be at and I feel so PROUD that I am at this milestone despite the fact that I haven’t had a big focus on watching my weight or the scales. 🙌🏼 I think I’ve seen the biggest change over the last couple of months with my body. Especially since working out with @h.feaver_er at the @theexerciseroomnz. When I first started my journey I was generally a size 24 with measurements of bust 110cm, waist 100cm, hips 145cm . I’m currently sitting at a size 10 with measurements of bust 87cm, waist 68cm, hips 105cm 💕

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“Los cambios pueden dar miedo, pero, ¿saben qué es peor? Que el miedo te evite crecer, progresar y evolucionar. Me quiero como era, somo soy y como seré”, sentencia.


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