Did you watch the biggest loser? I did not, I watched them do the triathlon and when I saw how slim she already was compared to the rest, strong, healthy – I literally said oh wow she has won already. Knowing that it wasn’t going to be too healthy for her to lose another 50 pounds for her 150 pound body at 5’4”, I started cheering for the other people who could do that and go on to win. She won a car, the triathlon, and she looked great. I never thought she would continue to lose big numbers. It did not even cross my MIND. I started to see social media going crazy last night about the finale, so I did some reading up today.
I hesitate to even talk about how unhealthy this all is. I love the biggest loser! I would totally hop on the show if I had some amazing story to give them, but frankly I am boring in my own mind and find all that loose skin from rapid weight loss scary. #truth I am going to talk about this, but only because I think Biggest Loser and NBC need to comment, and the more negative reactions out there- the more likely they will make a change. I hope Rachel does not get sucked into everyone bashing her, and just works with some after care of Doctors not paid by a show. If her primary care doctor says she is healthy, awesome. I just would hate for some teenage girl, woman, man, or anyone trying to lose weight to watch this and think that is what they need to do to be successful.
105 pounds. 60% loss? Rachel is beautiful, but @biggestlosernbc that is not healthy.
Looking at the numbers are scary, but then looking at her pictures makes me uneasy!
See. I have a HUGE problem she was in an Airy flowy dress, and photo shopped to be larger looking picture. One look at her weigh in photo, and I am ready to call Dr. Oz! He just had an anorexic woman on last week, and Rachel looks very similar to that poor woman. If I were to say photos of women do not inspire change or motivation to work on my own weight loss and health I would be lying. I have unhealthy eating habits, and a terrible relationship with food. Seeing her sets fire to so many different thoughts a novel would not be enough. In the end I am sad for her, and for anyone she inspires.
- Yes- She worked her butt off to become an athlete and she dominated Biggest Loser up and down and all over.
- Yes- She does look amazing in the sparkly dress- but if the camera adds 10lbs? ( Check out her Interview this morning on TV- It literally look like it hurt her to smile she was so thin)
- Yes- She did what the game wanted, and she won an incredible amount of money.
I just hope she gains a little weight and maintains it. Perhaps a therapist too, the twitterverse is going insane and I would hate for her to take any of it to heart. I do not think this is her fault, she wanted to win. She did. I just hope she doesn’t continue to lose any more weight.