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2011: “I HIT 300-PLUS POUNDS.” Business was two things: celebrations that revolved around food and stress that revolved around food. I was gaining weight, but I was also always on a diet. I’d wake up and say, “Today’s the day; I’m gonna do this.” Then by the end of the day, I’d mess up, eat a ton of fast food, and it was “Tomorrow’s the day.” I got so big I didn’t want to leave the house. I became severely depressed, insecure, and mentally was in a really, really bad place.

I was only eating like 500 calories a day. I couldn’t exercise, because I didn’t have the energy

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