Search

Gorleston woman who lost four stone opens slimming centre

PUBLISHED: 13:27 19 February 2019 | UPDATED: 15:06 19 February 2019

After losing more than four stone, Jo Hamilton, 32, decided to open a weight loss centre in Gorleston.

After losing more than four stone, Jo Hamilton, 32, decided to open a weight loss centre in Gorleston.

Archant

A woman who lost four stone has decided to launch a slimming business.

After losing more than four stone, Jo Hamilton, 32, decided to open a weight loss centre in Gorleston.After losing more than four stone, Jo Hamilton, 32, decided to open a weight loss centre in Gorleston.

Jo Hamilton, 32, from Gorleston, completed a low-calorie diet last month, losing the weight over six months, and now wants to share her experience with others.

She will work with her friend and mentor, Jenna Graves, when they open the centre on the Harfreys industrial estate on March 9 with an open day.

The programme, based on the 1:1 Cambridge diet, will offer one-to-one consultation and support, with participants able to speak with someone who has been through the experience.

Followers of the diet consume 600 to 1500 calories a day, principally in liquids, meal replacement bars, soups and smoothies.

Jo Hamilton, 32, lost over four stone with the 1:1 Diet by Cambridge Weight Plan - and decided with a friend, Jenna Graves, to open a weight loss centre in Gorleston.Jo Hamilton, 32, lost over four stone with the 1:1 Diet by Cambridge Weight Plan - and decided with a friend, Jenna Graves, to open a weight loss centre in Gorleston.

Ms Hamilton said the centre hopes to help people with their own weight-related challenges.

People are invited to the centre between 1pm and 4pm on March 9 for samples of products and a free BMI check.


If you value what this story gives you, please consider supporting the Great Yarmouth Mercury. Click the link in the orange box above for details.

Become a supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Latest from the Great Yarmouth Mercury