Susan's weight loss goals were complicated by her lymphedema & the surgery it required. But the latest My 600 Lb Life Susan Farmer update reveals an incredible change in the Season 4 participant, who's now lost an amazing...
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Watch the dramatic preview trailer for the fifth season of My 600-LB Life, which will feature 14 2-hour episodes. Plus, find out about some of those sharing their stories this season -- including identical twin sisters Brandi and Kandi.
I'm a huge fan (and proponent) of TLC's reality series My 600-Lb Life, but there has always been one thing that bugged me about it. Dr. Nowzaradan always asks the potential gastric bypass surgery patients on the show to demonstrate that they are able to lose weigh ton their own before he will allow them to undergo the procedure. What I don't understand is when patients are able to lose a substantial amount of weight through diet and exercise at this stage, why is the option of not having surgery ever discussed?
On the heels of the success of TLC's My 600 lb. Life, the network's been retiring a 2007 documentary series My Weight is Killing Me (It previously aired under the title Big Medicine.) The show features a bariatric father-son team as they intervene on morbidly obese patients.
If you watched this week's episode of TLC's My 600-Lb Life and thought that 678-pound Pauline looked familiar, that could be for any number of reasons. The 50-year-old Sacramento, California mother of one is no stranger to national and even worldwide publicity after putting together a headline-grabbing resume that includes being named the Guinness Book of World Records "World's Heaviest Living Woman" in 2011, appearing on Dr. Phil as well as HLN with Dr. Drew more than once, numerous tabloid stories about how she lost weight by having sex up to seven times a day with her ex-husband, and having her own section under the alias Paulee Bombshell on a plus-sized fetish website.