1000-Lb Sisters spoilers reveal that Tammy Slaton continues to struggle with her diet. But teasers also offer clues to how much Tammy weighs. And in a shocking twist, her latest weigh-in results from a dramatic stay in a health care facility!
Find out the newest estimates on the 1000-Lb Sisters star’s weight. And get the details on how her visit to a hospital plus rehab impacted her future. Learn everything you need to know about the 1000-Lb Sisters star below!
1000-Lb Sisters Spoilers – How Much Does Tammy Slaton Weigh?
Tammy Slaton recently lost an amazing 115 pounds in 30 days, per the Sun. But that weight loss doesn’t result from the 1000-Lb Sisters star focusing on her diet by herself. Instead, Tammy spent that time at a rehab center for food addiction.
During that time, Slaton suffered a medical emergency. That scary situation occurred when the 1000-Lb Sisters star’s lungs collapsed. As a result, doctors put Tammy into a medically-induced coma.
And her brother Chris Combs spilled the details on the season finale of 1000-Lb Sisters. “So she’s lost 100 – I think she told me 115lb in total in 30 days,” Combs corrected himself. “I’m overjoyed that’s she’s ready to get on this train and start rolling down the tracks.” And that weight loss total means Tammy weighs approximately 534 pounds currently.
1000-Lb Sisters Spoilers – Can Tammy Continue Weight Loss Win?
As for whether the 1000-Lb Sisters star can stay on track for additional weight loss, fans clash on her ability to stick to a diet. Viewers who have watched Tammy lose weight, gain weight, and lose weight repeatedly might worry that she’ll gain back the weight. But the 1000-Lb Sisters star finally appears to recognize that she needs long-term help.
As a result, Tammy plans to remain in the food addiction rehab for eight months. Insiders believe that December marked the 1000-Lb Sisters star’s first complete month in rehab. And that makes January her second full month. If Tammy continues her weight loss success, she could already be on track to lose 50 to 100 additional pounds before the end of the month.
And Tammy can also look forward to the possibility of finally achieving her goal of weight loss surgery. Her physician told the 1000-Lb Sisters star that if she can go under 500 pounds in rehab, he will set up the procedure. Weight loss surgery candidates typically need to demonstrate that they can lose weight, possess a BMI of 35 or higher, and experience one or more medical problems related to obesity.
For Tammy’s family, it’s a welcome turn of events, especially after that scary medical emergency. “I’m happy, I’m relieved, I’m still sad. I’m just grateful,” shared Amanda. And the 1000-Lb Sisters star’s other sister, Amy, shared that she feels the same way.
Tell us what you think. Do you believe that Tammy Slaton can stick it out in rehab this time and lose enough weight to qualify for weight loss surgery? And after you’ve shared your views, check back on our site for more 1000-Lb Sisters news!