What happened to Honey Boo Boo? Honestly I think I might have seen only one or two episodes in the past, but most of us who have cable TV and internet access know who Honey Boo Boo is. If you are not familiar, its pretty much a reality TV show about a redneck family where one sassy little girl is the highlight.
The reason why I wanted to do a blog post on this topic today is because there is a lot of buzz going around in Hollywood about another celebrity who lost a lot of weight. This time honey boo boo’s mother, Mama June lost 100 pounds.
I think it is great any time someone gets success with their weight loss journey, and mama June was very obese to begin with. According to TooFab.com Mama June got the gastric sleeve surgery to jumpstart her weight loss journey. Then after losing a good portion of weight she also had some skin removal surgery as well.
After they were showing her on the red carpet she looked so much more happier. I’m sure the transformation is having a positive impact on the whole family. Some of her daughters were also on the chunky side so maybe this healthy lifestyle change will help the whole family slim down.
So what are some tips on how Mama June lost 100 pounds?
1. Becoming More Active
Her quote – “”Honestly, when I first started losing weight, it was just being more active, being busy with the show and doing more things with Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,”
2. Walking Frequently
Mama June revealed to the Daily Mail that walking three to five miles per day played a huge role in her weight loss.
3. Calorie Counting
“I’m not perfect, but I do give it my 100 percent. Trust me, I’m not eating salads all the time! We do live in the South!”
One of the main points I wanted to show case here is that although Mama June lost 100 Pounds after getting a weight loss surgery. She actually had to put in the work to lose the weight. She had to make changes to her eating habits and lifestyle to make the weight come off. Many people decide to go with the surgery and then don’t end up losing weight because they go back to their ‘old’ ways.
Put in the work and reap the rewards.