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Mama June now a size 4, reveals what she does to maintain new shape

6 April 2017 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Mama June debuted her new frame, a size 4, on her reality show “Mama June: From Not to Hot” during the finale and she revealed what she does to maintain her new body size.

In the past, Mama June was a size 18 but she was determined to drop the weight for the betterment of her health and her life. She admitted on the finale, "My goal when I first started this weight loss journey was to make Sugar Bear kind of jealous. But it's no longer about revenge. Doing all the surgeries really took a toll on me—not just physically, but emotionally."

Some of the surgeries she underwent included skin removal, gastric sleeve surgery, breast augmentation and tummy tuck. She also had to follow a strict training schedule during the weight loss journey. A total of nine pounds of skin was removed after the processes.

Mama June said she no longer wants to gain weight or be back to where she was before. Back then, she ate junk food and had little to no exercise that is why she steadily gained weight. She spent a total of $75,000 to get the body she wanted.

She shared she is happier with her body now and that she will make better food decisions, exercise, and maintain portion control in order to keep the weight steady. The reality star also said that she hoped her younger daughters, Lauryn Shannon, 17, and Alana Thompson, 11, would have the same lifestyle that she has so that they would also be healthy and lose weight.

Mama June noted, “I do worry about their health, but I’m not going to say, ‘You got to eat salads all the time.’ I’ve seen Pumpkin and Alana lose and gain weight, but I don’t want them to end up like I did at 460 lbs. Who would want that?”

“Mama June: From Not to Hot” airs Fridays on WE TV.

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