How To Become ‘The Biggest Loser’: Start Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb

Filed under: Television — @ December 19, 2006


Erik Chopin is the fourth straight low-carber to win “The Biggest Loser”

Ever since deli shop owner Erik Chopin from Islip, New York won Season 3 of the hit NBC reality television show “The Biggest Loser” last week, I haven’t been able to stop thinking about something rather fascinating about his amazing 214-pound weight loss that he now wants to use to help people who are obese to find hope. This is something I haven’t heard ANYONE discussing about the people who are winning this show.

Let’s take a quick look at the three previous “Biggest Loser” winners:


“The Biggest Loser” Australia 1 winner Adro Sarnelli

STARTING WEIGHT: 319 pounds
WEIGHT LOSS: 131.5 pounds
HOW HE DID IT: Avoid starchy and refined carbs


“The Biggest Loser” 2 winner Matt Hoover

STARTING WEIGHT: 340 pounds
WEIGHT LOSS: 157 pounds
HOW HE DID IT: Counts calories and carbs


“The Biggest Loser” 1 winner Ryan Benson

STARTING WEIGHT: 330 pounds
WEIGHT LOSS: 100 pounds
HOW HE DID IT: Eats high-protein, low-carb foods


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