Why can’t ‘Biggest Loser’ contestants maintain their weight loss once the show is done? That’s what winners like Danny Cahill are wondering after putting on nearly half of the pounds he lost on the show. A new study uncovered some shocking details about this — check it out here!
As amazing as it may be to watch everyday people shed major pounds on The Biggest Loser, the weight loss victories aren’t the easiest to maintain. After Season 8 winner, Danny Cahill, regained more than 100 lbs of the 239 he lost on the show in 2009, scientists decided to take a deeper look into why contestants gain back so much weight once the show is over. So what is it that’s causing this frustrating regain?
Doesn’t your heart go out to Danny Cahill because he says he’s finally thin enough to stand on a ladder without breaking it?
The holiday season is a time to be grateful for the small things … and this Christmas, NBC’s Biggest Loser (and, therefore, biggest winner) Danny Cahill is rejoicing in finally being able to do mundane things, which other people might call “chores.” “Whenever Christmas time comes, my wife would have to get up on the ladder and put the lights up because they don’t make ladders that hold 430 pounds,” Danny told us Dec. 9, the morning after his big win. “This year, I’m hanging the lights!”