‘Biggest Loser Australia’ Winner Credits High-Protein, Low-Carb For His Success

Filed under: Celebrity — @ April 27, 2006

The first ever season of the hit television show “The Biggest Loser” in Australia is over and “Adro” Sarnelli beat out 11 other contestants to be crowned the inaugural champion along with the $200,000 cash prize and gym equipment.

In addition to his four-hour daily workouts, Adro noted that his nutritional approach that included a high-protein, low-carb diet helped him lose over 37.5 percent of his body weight in just four months on his way to wearing the title “The Biggest Loser.” He is now committed to helping others who need to lose weight take off the pounds like he did through a chain of weight loss centers called AdroHealth.


Meanwhile, fellow “Biggest Loser” contestant David Hilyander is also using his newfound celebrity status in Australia to help fight obesity, too! He even sent a special inspiring message for my readers this week available by clicking here.

While the media and health experts are quick to dismiss low-carb as a fading “fad,” the reality is that this remarkable way of eating is STILL changing lives each and every day.

We can only hope that future contestants on both the American and Australian version of “The Biggest Loser” will have the same enthusiasm for the low-carb lifestyle as Adro, David, and the original “Biggest Loser” Ryan Benson.


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