Lacey Hodder has inspired others by documenting her weight loss journey on Season 7 of My 600-lb Life. Each time an emotional and motivating episode airs, it leads fans to wonder what the Michigan native is up to today.
After shedding a stunning 256 pounds, Lacey has rediscovered her smile. She wrote this birthday wasn’t the one I planned on, but it was a really great one. The enormity of traveling with kids for the first time is very understandable. Though this truth doesn’t make it any less challenging, adults traveling with children must be prepared to take on these challenges head-on every time they do so.
Lacey recently lost weight, which was finally enough to transform her life. She started a support group for people struggling to lose weight.
Earlier this year, Lacey shared on her Facebook page that she was looking forward to being proactive after her own health and wellness success. We want to create a safe space for people who share their journeys to find support and encouragement from others.
Many of you ask for advice and help, and I’m so happy to hear that. It can be tough to get back in touch with everyone, but if you’ve joined my server then we can all help one another!
Lacey has accomplished great feats on the show. When viewers were first introduced to reality star Lacey, she weighed 691 pounds and Dr. Nowzaradan warned the Bay City resident that her health was a ticking timebomb if it wasn’t made her priority immediately. Lacey admitted that she was ashamed of how much weight she had gained.
When ‘My 600lbs Life’ protagonist Lacey revealed her progress after completing weight loss surgery in a new post on her Facebook page, she described the painful challenges of waking up with a dramatically reduced body.
“I’m starting to love my life again and the way it’s changed over the past year,” says Lacey from My 600-lb Life today, “The reality star continued. It’s not easy, but I think I’m doing pretty good with everything.”
Living a healthy lifestyle, Lacey has embraced the responsibility of shedding excess pounds and is finally living an authentic life. Lifting injuries were not her only problem as she had to deal with mental health issues stemming from EDNOS (Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified) even though it was not diagnosed while she was hospitalized.