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My 600-lb Life: Where Is Lisa Ebberson, The Star Of ‘My 600-lb Life,’ Now?

My 600-lb Life: Where Is Lisa Ebberson, The Star Of ‘My 600-lb Life,’ Now?

The biggest problem that plagues My 600-lb Life participants is often motivation. However, when it comes to Lisa Ebberson in the February 2, 2022 episode, she has plenty of it. At 637 pounds, she wants to lose weight so she can be mobile and do simple things like mopping the floor again. She also wants to have a better relationship with her longtime boyfriend, Randy, who is also her caregiver. So where is Lisa Ebberson from My 600-lb Life now? As with many of the cast members who appear in an episode of the reality series, Lisa doesn’t seem to have a social media presence. However, she does speak openly about her health in her episode, even if it’s hard for her to see the light at the end of the tunnel at first.

Lisa E. says on My 600-lb Life that she has been relying on Randy for so long that she no longer feels like they are in a romantic relationship. To her credit, Randy says he loves her and cares deeply for her. However, even though food is what is hurting her, he wants to make her happy and continues to cook mostly unhealthy meals for her.

In her episode, Lisa E. explains that she uses food as a crutch to make herself happy, since he can’t talk back or insult her – and as much as Randy loves her, he is also her biggest supporter, since he cooks for her as well.

My 600-lb Life: Where Is Lisa Ebberson, The Star Of ‘My 600-lb Life,’ Now?

On the show, Lisa Ebberson says, “Nobody wants to be like this,” in reference to her weight and being bedridden with sores. However, despite saying she wants to lose weight to be there for her boyfriend, Lisa Ebberson fails to follow the wishes of her doctor and nutritionist. Unfortunately, Randy dies from complications related to COVID-19. Through the loss, Lisa Ebberson decides to try once again to follow Dr. Now’s plan to lose weight and qualify for bariatric surgery.

Even though Lisa loses some weight, her determination to stay on track often falters. It’s hard to tell if she underwent the surgery after filming of her episode ended, but it’s possible she continued her cycle of wanting to change and fall back into old habits.

It is revealed in the final seconds of the show that Lisa E. stopped the Dr. Now program shortly after filming ended. It’s not the best scenario for her, but unfortunately it’s what viewers see a lot of on this show.

Written by Christine Cohan

Reality TV Writer / Editor

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