Michelle Mohr, 27, of Florida, decided to change and become “super, super strict” about her diet when she decided to lose weight after years of “feeling invisible” in her group of “Plus-sized” friends. Michelle was 5’4″ and 210 pounds. She’s now 110 pounds and has never been more confident.
This is very inspiring and should give everyone hope!
I promise you it’s not what you think but totally comedy
Why is the world turning into BBW OR BBM Is there something I’m missing out? Do you want to live long fruitful lives? What Can I do to help?
Congrats Kirstie Alley !!!! You are looking great for 60 baby This should be inspiration for the world…………..
The Authors of this wonderful website have been out on vacation so I had to put something up. The Authors will be back shortly here with some exciting new content. I had to post and move past Casey Anthony. Sick of looking at her face. Anyhow, I thought this was pretty funny and should all make you think. This is what scales use to look like and this is actually how they should still be made. ( Notice ) 300lb Max!!! LMAO. We went digital because #1 we got smarter & #2 most people maxed this thing out.
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Article Courtesy of Huffington Post:
50 Cent set the internet abuzz when he posted astonishingly thin photos of himself online as he starts filming a role as a cancer patient for ‘Things Fall Apart.’ He is playing the role in tribute to a friend who died of the disease.
Now he is talking more about the 50-plus lb weight loss to Parade Magazine‘s West Coast Editor, Jeanne Wolf, who shared them with Huffington Post.
“The photograph that they see of me is day one of shooting the second half of ‘Things Fall Apart.’”
“The weight started coming off and my manager told me, ‘You better get yourself to a doctor!’ I just didn’t want to go because I had to match the look in my mind.
“I was so into what I was doing that I wasn’t really concerned with that. I just kept looking at myself in the mirror feeling like I have to be smaller. I had to match.”
“I had so much muscle on me that it was hard for me to lose definition even as I got lighter and slimmer. I started running to suppress my appetite. Towards the end it was really difficult. It was like, if I don’t get close enough to what my best friend looked like to me at that point before he passed, then I’m not doing the story any justice.”
“I think the world took note because people kept making comparisons with great actors like Tom Hanks in “Philadelphia” and Christian Bale in “The Machinist”. There is no way to play a role like this without really committing to it.”
And here is more from the AP:
NEW YORK — Losing 50-plus pounds was a complicated process for 50 Cent – but not an entirely new one.
The rapper, who plays a football player with cancer in the upcoming film “Things Fall Apart,” dropped from 214 pounds to 160 in nine weeks after liquid dieting and running on a treadmill three hours a day.
But the 33-year-old said that when he was shot in the jaw in 2000, he could drink only liquids and his weight dropped to 157.
“This time it was a lot tougher for me,” the 6-foot-tall rapper said in an interview Friday with the Associated Press.
“I had to discipline myself not … to actually have myself be in the physical state to convey the energy I felt. It’s a passion project for me,” said 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson.
The film is about a childhood friend of the rapper who died of cancer, and is in production.
Actors including Robert De Niro, Christian Bale, Tom Hanks and Renee Zellweger are known for adjusting their weight in movies, and 50 said he did research when keeping the weight off got hard.
“I actually got on the computer,” he said. “When it started getting difficult, I was looking to see what their experience was like and I got a chance to see all of the interviews they had at different time periods when they were doing promotion for the projects.”
50 has been gaining the lost weight back, though, and said he currently weighs 198 pounds.
He said he doesn’t anticipate winning awards for his acting role.
“Well, you know, I haven’t received accolades that comes with the success that I’ve had in music,” he said. “It would be a surprise” to win any acting awards, he said, noting that it’s already a reward to have people aware of the role.
He released his fourth album, the gold-selling “Before I Self Destruct,” in November. He kicks off his North American tour Saturday in Detroit.