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My 600-Lb. Life

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Telling powerful stories in hourlong episodes, TLC follows medical journeys of morbidly obese people as they attempt to save their own lives. The featured individuals -- each weighing more than 600 pounds -- confront lifelong emotional and physical struggles as they make the courageous decision to undergo high-risk gastric bypass surgery. In addition to drastically changing their appearances, they hope to reclaim their independence, mend relationships with friends and family, and renew their feelings of self-worth.

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At over 700 pounds, Brianne undertakes a weight-loss journey to save her own life; she faces an unexpected challenge to her fragile progress when her husband suffers a heart attack on a birthday she will never forget.
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Mother of four LaShanta has been bed-bound for two years, and she relies on her kids to keep her cleaned and fed; her last chance to break the cycle of food addiction is to join Dr. Now's program, but it will take a village to get her out the door.
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Vianey and Allen are locked in a co-dependent relationship based on a shared love of food; as they head to Houston, they will soon find out if their relationship can handle the strain of growing healthy together.
aired 5 days ago
With bonus scenes: Angie is trying to get to Houston to see Dr. Nowzaradan, in hopes of getting weight loss surgery to save her life; family conflict may stop her from being able to do what she needs, even before she gets the chance.
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At over 600 pounds, Angie is trying to get to Houston to see Dr. Nowzaradan, in hope of getting weight loss surgery to save her life; family conflict and disagreements may stop her from being able to do what she needs before she even gets the chance.
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With the support of his fiancé, Kathryn, Robert turns to Dr. Nowzaradan in a final, desperate attempt to save his life; he tries to reverse a lifelong food addiction that has left him bed-bound, saddled with grotesque lymphedema, and nearly 900-lbs.
aired 9 days ago
Losing over 200 pounds, Doug is now an active part of his family's lives and inspires a healthier lifestyle for them all; Doug's eating disorder and trouble finding his own identity threaten to derail his progress.
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Lacey ballooned up over 600 lbs on pizza and ice cream and knows Dr. Now is her best hope for success; she must now rally her divorced parents around her for support and find a way to modulate her moods that won't include binge-eating.
aired 12 days ago
With bonus scenes: with severe lymphedema, Mercedes can barely stand and can only care for her children with the help of her family; Dr. Now can give her the tools to lose weight, but to succeed she must face trauma caused by her late abusive father.
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With severe lymphedema, Mercedes can barely stand and only cares for her two small children with the help of her extended family; Dr. Now can give her the tools to lose weight, but to succeed, she must face the trauma inflicted by her late abusive father.
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Brandon is a talented musician with a beautiful voice and a run-away weight problem; he wants to lose weight and embark on a career; he also wants to take the next step with his girlfriend, Taylor, whom he risks losing if he can't make a change.
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Maja moves to Houston to undertake a difficult weight-loss journey with the support of her boyfriend, Christian; when Christian decides he's had enough and leaves Maja high and dry, she discovers that the only person she can count on is herself.
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When Annjeanette was nine, a campaign was established to send her to fat camp; she hated that her weight had become a source of public shame and she has struggled to overcome her food addiction; now, she must change her habits to save her life.
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Cillas' food addiction is getting in the way of his ability to be there for his fiancée, Jessica, and her three daughters; if he doesn't lose weight soon, he knows he'll lose either his girls or his life.
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When Angela's family is unable to accompany her on her weight-loss journey to Texas, she is unsure what to do; at the last minute, she reaches out to an old flame, Eric, who still has love for her and is willing to make the trip.
aired 19 days ago
With bonus scenes: Cillas' food addiction is getting in the way of his ability to be there for his family.
aired 20 days ago
Erica must return to California to continue her weight loss journey, but she fears past emotional trauma will derail her progress.
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Jeanne lives in an unhygienic household with her mother and schizophrenic father; at well over 600 pounds, Jeanne might never get weight-loss surgery as she runs into several obstacles, especially after an unexpected death in her family.
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A college graduate with a once-promising career, Justin has eaten his life away to the point of never leaving the house for anything but food; only the help of Dr. Now's weight-loss program can restore his hopes of living a happy, productive life.
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Former plus-size model and advocate Renee realizes the mortal mistakes she has made as her weight swells to 600 pounds and her health crumbles.
aired 26 days ago
With bonus scenes: Lashanta's food addiction has left her bed-bound for two years; she relies on her kids to keep her cleaned and fed.

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