Wess from My 600 lb Life looks unrecognizable after weight loss journey
Wess Schulze shares his story on Season 11, Episode 3 of TLC's My Life at 600 Pounds. Wess got off to a good start on Dr. Now's weight loss program, but when the cravings continued after surgery, Dr. Now decided Wess would be best off going to therapy.
Wes opens up on many tough topics in “My 600-Pound Life,” including his parents' divorce when he was a toddler and how strained his relationship with his father was after he came out.
After my 600-pound life, we took a closer look at where Wess is now.
Who is Wes Schultz?
Wess Schulze is from Houston, Texas.
According to his LinkedIn, Wess is a seasoned accounts receivable specialist with extensive work experience in the environmental services industry.
He attended Houston Community College and graduated in 2012.
Where is Wes now after my 600 lbs life?
Since my 600-pound life, Wess has continued his weight loss journey and according to his Instagram, he's lost 220 pounds.
Distractify reports that Weiss is still working on the work he did during filming, and that he can now sit at a desk thanks to the weight loss.
Weiss said in an interview with the media that his relationship with his father “is constantly evolving.”
“Today is better than yesterday, and tomorrow will be better than today.”
Wess now works out regularly and shares his workout routine on his social media, which includes: “Jumping jacks, weights, squats, and wall push-ups. Plus some yoga.”
A few weeks ago, Wes wrote on his Facebook account: “OMG I'm going crazy! I just tried on a pair of jeans… 11 inches or about 5 sizes smaller than the ones I've been wearing! And they About 1 size too big!”
Viewers of My 600 Pound Life can stay up to date on Wes' weight loss journey
Wess is active on both Facebook and Instagram, so viewers of My 600 Pound Life can follow him there and learn about his post-show journey.
Fas on the TLC show has taken Wess' commentary in support of his journey.
One wrote: “Just watched your episode! Great job on your progress! Keep up the good work! You can do it! You have a kick ass personality – never lose it.”
Another commented: “Just watched your show and shared some of your first words with my friends and know you've had a profound impact on all of us.”
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If you or someone you know needs help, there are a number of eating disorder helplines in the UK that can help. Beat can be contacted on 0808 801 0677 and Mind on 0300 123 3393.
If you are in the United States, you can contact NEDA at (800) 931-2237.
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