1000-Lb Sisters’ Tammy Slaton shares weight loss secrets after stunning transformation; See photos

Tammy Slaton
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Almost a month since flaunting her stunning weight loss transformation, Tammy Slaton is now sharing her valuable tips and tricks for individuals on a similar journey.

The 1000-lb Sisters’ star recently became reactive on Instagram following a month-long hiatus. Earlier this year, Slaton got her gastric bypass surgery and has continued to stay healthy by following strict rules.

Slaton shares weight loss secrets

On Wednesday, September 27, Slaton treated her followers with a carousel of selfies and videos on the social media platform. Notably, she took time to respond to a comment from a follower, seeking some tips for those embarking on a weight loss path.

The TV star was found generously answering to the user’s comment and offered her guidance. “Oh, you [eat] proteins, low carbs, no sugars, no pop, portion control,” she said in response. In return, the Instagram user expressed their gratitude and called her an inspiration.


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Slaton shares mirror selfies

On August 25, the 37-year-old star took to Instagram, sharing two mirror selfies that unveiled her breathtaking weight loss transformation to her loyal followers. The post was positively received by her fans, with many praising her hard work and calling her an inspiration.


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“Tammy ! You’ve inspired me so much. I was at 407 pounds and I watched your struggle and saw the similar patterns . You inspired me to lose over 200 pounds! Thank You,” a top comment read. “She’s made mad progress, it’ll be great if she can get skin removal surgery,” wrote a user. “YESSS MY QUEEN YOU ARE DOING AMAZING!! Welcome to your new life!!” a third comment read.

‘I’m thankful to be alive’

Since her life-threatening experience after undergoing bariatric surgery, which put her in a medically induced coma, Slaton has “wised up” about her health and become more conscious. “I was able to make my lungs strong enough to get my trach [tracheostomy tube for breathing] out, and then recently, the doctor cleared me to be off my oxygen machine during the daytime,” she told People in May, adding, “Now I only wear my oxygen at night, along with my BiPap machine. I monitor my oxygen levels throughout the day and keep my machine on hand in case I need it.” Slaton added that she’s been “feeling great,” before continuing, “I’m thankful to be alive, and it’s fun to be progressing as much as I am.”