‘Biggest Loser’ Finalist Pays It Forward By Sharing Low-Carb Message

Filed under: In The News — @ October 4, 2006


“The Biggest Loser” 2 finalist Kelley Minner lost over 100 pounds

Reading stories like this NBC10.com piece about the continuing impact of the contestants who have appeared on the hit NBC reality television show “The Biggest Loser” brings a great big smile on my face because it reinforces the positive impact one of my favorite shows is having on our culture.

“The Biggest Loser” 2 finalist Kelly Minner, a teacher at Lehigh Valley Performing Arts School in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, lost 102 pounds last year on national television and was approached earlier this year by one of her former students about losing weight recently.

An extremely talented young opera singer named Adam Bonanni weighed as much as 308 pounds at the age of 16 and he thought that was normal since most famous opera singers are quite large. But, as I recently blogged about world-class opera singer Richard Margison, that stereotype is already changing. So Bananni knew he needed help with his obesity and quick.

Find out how Kelly Minner helped mentor young Adam Bonanni by using low-carb principles and exercise to shed well over 100 pounds off of his body by clicking here.

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