Gallery of stars who lost weight, featuring their before and after photos. These celebrities dropped pounds from diet, exercise, or some type of medical surgery. Weight loss is such a big deal in Hollywood. Famous people who have had dramatic weight loss includes film and TV actors, singers and musicians, and even media personalities. Some celeb weight transformations, like Oprah Winfrey's, make headlines.
One of the most popular ways celebrities battle obesity is by dieting. There have been countless types of diet fads throughout history, but the most important thing to remember when picking a good diet is simply by eating nutritious food. Staying healthy by consuming plenty of fruits, vegetables and grains doesn't cost much and prevents hunger. It is also important to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, especially when exercising.
Physical activity also leads to weight loss, and Hollywood celebs often try different exercises and training regimes to slim down. From running, to swimming, to yoga, there are a number of ways to sweat and burn calories. Once considered extreme, more and more stars like Al Roker have undergone medical procedures such as gastric bypass surgery and the lap band. Even though weight loss surgeries have become safer in recent years, there are still a number of risks involved, so it's best to consult with a doctor. The battle of the bulge isn't hard with a healthy diet and lots of exercise. There are also several weight loss apps available to help you meet your weight loss goals.
- Photo: Metaweb / GNU Free Documentation LicenseAfter being diagnosed with Diabetes and battling depression, the youngest Kardashian sibling gained more than 100 pounds and hid from the spotlight.
- Age: 34
- Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA
Rob KardashianPhoto: flickr / CC0
Kardashian credits taking a break from the spotlight to his success in shedding the pounds. In 2018, he said he's as much as 50 pounds lighter from his heaviest point.
John Goodman Before Weight LossPhoto: Metaweb / CC-BY
John Goodman was funny and lovable on Roseanne in the 1990s, but he certainly wasn't at his healthiest.
John GoodmanPhoto: Metaweb / CC-BY
John Goodman admits that he was a serial yo-yo dieter in his younger years, but when he finally hit the 400-pound mark, he knew he needed to make a change. The first thing to go was beer. As of 2018, Goodman says his diet consists largely of lean protein and vegetables.