- Yahoo Life
'The Biggest Loser' trainer Erica Lugo shares battle with eating disorder: 'I did everything in my power to remain tiny'
Erica Lugo, a trainer on "The Biggest Loser," spoke about battling an eating disorder while filming the show in a new Instagram post.
- Gordon Hurd
Ali Vincent won “The Biggest Loser” competition back in 2008 when she dropped over 100 pounds off her initial weight of 234 pounds. In recent months, Vincent has gained back much of the weight she lost. Vincent recently appeared on an interview with Oprah Winfrey to reveal the cause of her struggles.
Not exactly what NBC wants to hear being said about The Biggest Loser by renowned obesity doctor Yoni Freedhoof.
- Jenna Birch
A new study of contestants from the reality show The Biggest Loser (Season 8) sheds new light on why maintaining weight loss is so hard.
"I've decided to feel proud of myself again."
- Jenna Birch
In a TV interview on Monday night, personal trainer Michelle Bridges, who works with contestants on the Australian version of The Biggest Loser, was asked if she had an “agenda” when it comes to overweight men and women. What she said is causing a firestorm of negative feedback.
- Eat This, Not That!
It may be the laziest timesuck ever, but Facebook saved Sonya Jones’ life. As the Illinois-based PE teacher scrolled through her newsfeed one March afternoon in 2014, she came across an open casting call for season 16 of The Biggest Loser. “I had watched The Biggest Loser since season one, and secretly always wanted to be a contestant,” Jones tells Eat This, Not That!.