One of NBC’s longest-standing television shows is The Biggest Loser.
The show has been going strong since it first aired in 2004. Each season 12 contestants work to lose weight while competing for $250,000 – and the title of “Biggest Loser.” Many tune in for the dramatic weekly “Weigh Ins” and remarkable transformations.
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While the journey is well documented on the show, life for the contestants after their dramatic weight loss is not covered for very long.
CNN recently shared a list of things that may not be talked about – both good and bad – in regards to life after a dramatic weight loss.
One point that caught our attention was that your bones might change.
While it’s true that weight loss is associated with bone loss, it’s only a big concern if you become underweight or follow an unhealthy diet, and the National Osteoporosis Foundation says that the benefits of weight loss usually outweigh the risks.
….Losing weight can help, as well as reduce arthritis symptoms, according to a 2013 review published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.
Click here for CNN’s full list of things no one tells you about losing weight.