Angel Parrish’s episode of My 600 lb. Life (S3E5) was a rollercoaster of setbacks and triumphs. At the start of the episode, Angel had almost given up on her life and a series of roadblocks thwarted the hope of her weight loss surgery with Dr. Nowzaradan.
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Mother of four Lashanta White had been bedbound for two years when she sought weight loss help from Dr. Nowzardaran of My 600 lb. Life. Her life was in a constant state of misery, she had limited mobility, and was in considerable pain. Once she started making a little progress in her program, however, her boyfriend J.T. left because he felt he wouldn’t be attracted to her if she lost weight.
The story of Angie J. from TLC’s My 600 lb. Life covers three episodes and covers 2 years and 3 months of Angie’s life. Her road to weight loss surgery was extremely rocky and complicated by drug addictions, relationship troubles with multiple men, and homelessness.
Tonight TLC is airing a rerun of Season 8’s episode of My 600 lb. Life featuring Julius “J.T.” Clark. At the time of filming J.T. was 32 years old and was one of the heaviest patients to be featured on the show. He’s also one of the ones with the least amount of support in his recovery.
Sadly Gina Krasley passed away in August, 2021 at 30 years of age. Earlier that year Gina reached a milestone of losing over 200 pounds.
Lindsey Witte is one of My 600-LB Life‘s success stories. She appeared on Season 8, Episode 2, which first aired in 2020. Lindsay had a troubled childhood and has been severely overweight she was only five years old. When she weighed in at Dr. Now’s office she weighed 647.6 pounds at 39 years old. We last updated you about how Lindsey was doing in early 2021. How’s Lindsey doing now?
Lindsey Witte appeared on Season 8, Episode 2 of TLC’s My 600-lb. Life. During the episode, Lindsey, who weighed 647.6 pounds at the start of filming, explained that her problems with food began at an early age, and were fueled by her father Tom’s toxic behaviors. She first gained weight as a small child, reaching 125 pounds by age five, because her dad showed love to her by bringing treats. Soon, though, her father betrayed Lindsey and her family in multiple ways and she turned to food to cope with the hurt his actions caused her.
“None of my sadness or fear has been enough to stop me from eating,” – Joyce
Joyce Del Viscovo, who appeared on Episode 7 of Season 8 of My 600-lb Life in 2020, is one of the heaviest people to be featured on the show. Her highest weight was 758 lbs, and she suffered from severe mobility and self-care issues. Joyce is only 4 ft. 11 in. making her 758 lb weight even more taxing on her body.
My 600 Lb Life‘s extensive cast has begun grieving publicly over the death of one of their own. While the Matthew Ventress cause of death remains unconfirmed by the former star’s family, several of Matthew’s co-stars reacted with a mixture of grief, sadness, and shock upon hearing Matthew had died.
The Steven Assanti COVID rumors are true — and the controversial My 600 Lb Life star says his case was so bad that he was near death. Steven, who recently resurfaced on social media after a multi-year hiatus, revealed that he was hospitalized for both COVID-19 and pneumonia shortly before Christmas. Read on for the details, plus the first new photos of Steven since Starcasm broke the story of his marriage!
We’ve got confirmation of the My 600 Lb Life Season 10 premiere date, and it’s the earliest the show has ever come back from hiatus. TLC itself announced the news, though it’s revealed little else about what to expect. Fortunately, we have precedent to go on — keep reading for the details.
We’ve got an update on the My 600 Lb Life star Brianne Dias twins, and, unfortunately, it’s a sad one. Brianne has confirmed that she lost one of the twins at around the tenth week of pregnancy. But Brianne has also confirmed that the other fetus remains viable, and that she is overjoyed at the prospect of becoming a mother. Read on for the latest!