My 600-Lb. Life’s Diana Bunch ran into trouble while filming the first episode of TLC. She was one of the older stars who appeared on the show. Meanwhile, considering her age and weight when she first filmed, it was a big worry for her.
Diana weighed 601 pounds at age 55 when she filmed her episode of My 600-Lb. Life. While other actresses have been heavier than her, her age was a factor. The older you get, the more things like morbid obesity become a health risk. Meanwhile, that was certainly the case for Diana Bunch.
Diana said daily life was “miserable” for her on My 600-Lb. Life. She added that pain was a “constant visitor”.
Meanwhile, this was especially true of her legs. Diana Bunch had lymphoedema in her feet. Consequently, her condition was noticeable on the TLC broadcast. Such things to contend with make it even more difficult to keep moving and also to maintain hygiene.
My 600-Lb Life: Whatever Happened To Diana Bunch
When the cameras of My 600-Lb. Life reached Diana, she was in desperate need of help from Dr. Now. She traveled to Houston to seek his help.
Meanwhile, as TLC viewers know, getting to Houston is just the first step on a long and often harrowing weight-loss journey. Dr. Now put Diana Bunch on her 1,200-calorie My 600-Lb. Life diet. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, like a lot of new participants in his transformation program, she wasn’t looking forward to giving up some of her favorite foods – especially things like peanut butter cups. However, she also knew she had to do something drastic if she wanted a better life for herself.
Even after arriving in Houston, it was My 600-Lb. Life to get to work and lose weight. They have to get down to a certain amount before the good doctor can approve them for weight loss surgery. Diana Bunch went to work and eventually got approval. Also, after her successful surgery, she lost another 265 pounds. Apparently, she maintained these healthy habits even after her time on the show. The gastric sleeve removed over 70% of her stomach. And it’s clear that she took that boost and kept the momentum going long after filming ended.