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Rockstar of the Month: February 2022

Enara Staff
/ February 16, 2022
Rockstar of the Month: February 2022

Meet Aman, our February Rockstar! He has lost more than 12% of his starting weight and has reduced his body fat by more than 14%!

I’ve been active all my life but found that over the years, as I hit my 40s, my weight and my cholesterol began to creep up. I was finding it really difficult to outline and stick to a good diet, what with my travel schedule and the fact that I have never really been a healthy eater. I’ve gone on diets before but it was hard to stick to them and eventually my weight bounced back.

A friend put me onto Enara, and I found the technology and team to be a really effective combination for me to manage my diet. I learned how to improve my diet in a few easy-to-execute ways. This time I’ve stuck to the plan, with weekly advice from my dietitian, monthly check-in’s on body comp, and a smart scale that reinforces on a daily basis how I’m doing. I’ve dramatically reduced carbs and sugars (though I will still indulge from time to time) and rotated to a higher protein diet. 

I feel like the Enara team has done an excellent job of providing options, advice, and accountability.  

My weight has dropped from 208 pounds at the start (about 2 years ago now) to just under 170. More importantly, it was all fat that came off, and I kept my muscle intact with eating + working out 5 or 6 times a week. My body fat % dropped from just over 29% to under 14% today, and my LDL / triglycerides have dropped dramatically. 

I am grateful to the Enara team for helping me along this path!

Aman has lost over 12% of his starting weight:


Aman reduced his percent body fat by over 14%*

PBF (Percent Body Fat) is the percentage of your body that is made up of fat. Everything else is usually referred to as “lean tissue.” This gives a more accurate representation of health, fitness, and leanness.


Aman lowered his triglycerides by nearly 80%:

  • Fatty foods and carbohydrates that we eat are broken down into globs of fat called triglycerides.
  • High levels of triglycerides can increase your risk for heart disease, stroke, and nerve damage.
  • Excess glucose in the blood can be used to make triglycerides, which is why people with insulin sensitivity, pre-diabetes, or diabetes often also have elevated triglycerides.


Aman increased his HDL by 20%:

  • HDL is the good cholesterol.
  • High HDL levels reduce risk for heart disease by helping to protect arteries from the buildup of plaque that can lead to atherosclerosis.
  • HDL less than 40 mg/dL in men and 50 mg/dL in women is considered low.
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