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    Poststluee Wed Apr 08, 2020 2:36 pm

    Amy, age 31, weighs 406lbs and wants to start a family with her husband. Unfortunately, they are having problems getting pregnant because of Amy's weight.

    Meanwhile, her sister, Tammy, 32, weighs 605 lbs and is struggling to carry with the day to day activity because of her weight. She is then forced to move in with her sister but hopes to move out of the house one day.

    The sisters then decide to turn their life around as they plan to lose weight to get approved for surgery. The show will follow their weight loss journey through every step. Right from their highs to their lows.

    Amy and Tammy are all set to start their weight loss journey but shifting their food habits to a healthier one is creating tension between the two.

    The sisters try to stick to a diet that would benefit them but they feel they are not motivating each other. It reaches a point where they decide to head their separate ways but the question remains, will the weight break them down or will they lose weight?


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