Rahema, who runs the Bordesley Green Slimming World group every week, has been awarded ‘Gold’ status by the national slimming club….reports Asian Lite News
A weight loss expert from Birmingham has struck gold for the exceptional work she does in helping more than 100 people to lose weight at her local group every week.
Rahema, who runs the Bordesley Green Slimming World group every week, has been awarded ‘Gold’ status by the national slimming club because of her success in supporting slimmers to reach their dream weight and the super service she provides to those members.
The accolade is given to Slimming World Consultants who consistently have 100 or more members in their group over several months, and when the service they provide is so good that members come back week after week because they’re losing weight beautifully and wouldn’t miss their weekly group for anything. It represents the highest level of service in slimming and places Rahema in the top 5 per cent of the organisation’s 4,000 Consultants, meaning Bordesley Green is home to some of the best slimming support in the UK.
Rahema says: “I am delighted to have received the ‘Gold’ award. I absolutely love my job, I’m passionate about helping people to transform their lives by losing weight and seeing them succeed is reward enough, but being given this recognition for the whole group really is the icing on the cake. This award belongs to the Bordesley Green group’s 150 members. They’re the ones who make our group the success that it is, with their fabulous commitment, the wonderful support they give each other every week, and, obviously, their impressive weight losses while following Slimming World’s Food Optimising eating plan. They make the group a fun, buzzy place to be and I can safely say I always look forward to going to work. I truly believe I have the best job in the world.”
“The Bordesley Green group has really put healthy weight loss on the map in Birmingham. Together, they’ve lost an amazing 151 stone this year. Obesity is at record levels everywhere and with 25 per cent of adults in Birmingham being affected, many people here are suffering a range of weight-related health problems from diabetes to heart problems and feelings of low self-worth that impact on their working and personal lives every day. It’s never been more important that overweight people get the support to make changes and lead healthier lives – both for themselves and future generations, their children, too.”