My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Focuses on Health

My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Focuses on Health

Whitney Thore has struggled with the weight for a long time. She went through periods in which she wanted to get skinny again. But now her main focus is to be healthy and not lose weight. But when weight loss occurs, she is not crazy about it.

My Big Fat Fabulous Life star Whitney Thore says getting stronger is her main priority. She’s worried about getting confused again with an eating disorder. She talked to her coach Jessica Powell about her fears. And Jessica said she needed to focus on doing the right thing and not worry about potential problems.

Jessica’s father helped Whitney lose a lot of weight in less than a year. But it didn’t stay that way, and it’s likely that Whitney from My Big Fat Fabulous Life doesn’t want a repeat of what happened there. Eating disorders can be a slippery slope, and being careful can’t hurt, but there’s a difference between being careful and being scared.

One of the biggest things that is important to the My Big Fat Fabulous Life star is no body shame. In fact, Whitney Thore’s No BS Active brand stands for No Body-Shaming Active. But it seems that the online trolls don’t have the memo.

In fact, some people think that these trolls don’t even understand how offensive their comments are. Maybe they thought it was a nice compliment instead of something that was very rude.

In any case, Whitney of My Big Fat Fabulous Life is not having it. As a matter of fact, she’s not giving them the time of day. After blowing them up quickly, she gets back to work and continues to have fun with her MBFFL followers.

Written by Lauren Rottman

Reality TV Writer
Lauren Rottman joined the theworldnewsdaily team in 2020.


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  1. Rock on Whitney! I miss your show and hope you get to a place where you can start filming the show again. You are an inspiration to me. How to see you back soon.

  2. I’m in my 50s now, grew up in the 80s, when if you weren’t a twig you were ridiculously and viciously judged and outcast. I was never much overweight but not a twig so yes I was one of those left out and treated badly. To this day I have issues with it all so I must say thank you for you and your show! If you help just one person to escape the above you have done a wonderful work!

  3. Whitney dear, it is time for bariatric surgery! I had mine 2 years ago and I feel so much healthier after loosing 100 lbs. I am off blood pressure meds and no longer have sleep apnea. It is easier to move and exercise. Change your life for the better. People will still love you and you can continue to stand for body positivity. All the best to you as you continue your life’s journey!

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