Modelled on the TLC reality show”My 600-lb Life”, Amy Slaton and Tammy Slaton’s weight loss journey is portrayed in the film “1000-lb Sisters”. The show premiered in January 2020, showcasing the charismatic Slaton sisters and documenting the extreme lifestyle changes they underwent to qualify for bariatric surgery.
At the beginning of 1000-lb Sisters, older sister Tammy Slaton is nearly bedridden and struggling to find motivation, while younger sister Amy is determined to lose weight to get pregnant. With the upcoming Season 3 of “1000-lb Sisters,” viewers have been following the Slaton sisters’ ups and downs as they changed their diets, began exercising and opened up about their emotional and mental health. Amy Slaton, now a mother, is finally living the kind of life she worked for at the start of the series. However, it was a long and hard road to where she is now and changing her diet was one of the key factors.
1000-lb Sisters: The Hardest Part Of The Diet For Amy Slaton Wasn’t The Food At All
Although their weight-loss journey has taken them in different directions in the meantime, Amy and Tammy Slaton started these lifestyle changes together. Throughout their time on the show, the sisters have always been open about their obstacles and revealed that dieting was a big adjustment.
Amy said that changing the food she consumes wasn’t so bad. However, she did admit that the hardest part of the diet was giving up lemonade.
Fans of the 1000-lb Sisters will know how often the women drank lemonade, and when their dietician suggested drinking one can a day instead of the usual eight to 12 cans, it was a big deal. By following this diet and avoiding soda, Amy has turned her life around. She continues to make progress while doing everything she can to help Tammy, and will be shown in the upcoming season.