Life after The Biggest Loser was always going to be a challenge but the stars of the TV series have shown they had got what it takes to lose the weight and keep it off.
Eleven of the show's best contestants revealed in the October 22 edition of Women's Day how they felt now and how they kept the weight off.
Tracey Moores, a stylist from season one, has reignited her modelling career as a plus-size model after dropping from 11kg at the start of the show to 86kg at the finale. She has dropped even further to 82kg.
"I'm doing it for all those people out there who have body issues," she told Women's Day.
"Embrace your cruves I say!"
Adriano "Adro" Sarnelli, also from season one now runs an obesity rehabilitation centre to help others. He says he did not eat carbohydrates for six years, only adding in cereals, grain and brown rice in May this year.
Meg McGrice, season six, ditched her job as a truck driver and now has her own studio in Newcastle called Warrior Fitness. She told Women's Day she kept pictures of herself at her biggest size up around the studio to keep both her and her clients motivated. While she once topped the scales at 137kg, by the finale she had reached 79.7kg and now weighs in at 75kg. She has also inspired her husband Dennis, who has lost 20kg.
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