More than 200 new people helped to a healthier lifestyle thanks to March Slimming World consultant

15:53 04 August 2014

Double Silver for Helen Moore

Double Silver for Helen Moore

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A Slimming World representative has been awarded for the second time this year for welcoming 100 new people through the doors of her classes.

At the start of the year consultant Helen Moore received her Slimming World Silver Century club award for maintaining 100 members in her morning group held on a Wednesday.

Four Months later Helen has done it again but this time in her evening group.

Helen said: “To be able to welcome 100 members plus through my doors in the morning sessions and to get our award in February was special enough but to be able to achieve this in my evening groups as well has been amazing!

“To know I am now helping over 200 plus members in March every week lose weight, change their shopping, cooking and eating habits to live a happier, healthier life style is fantastic news and very humbling and it is through their commitment to the food optimising plan and the belief in Slimming World that these awards have been recognised.”

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