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The Biggest Loser finale was shocking last night!

Posted By: Aiko Iwashita · 2/5/2014 3:24:00 PM

Biggest Loser caused an uproar on social media last night after the show's finale.

I've never been so shocked at a finale of Biggest Loser and not in a good way.  Rachel Frederickson won the title of Biggest Loser last night winning the $250,000 prize money.  What was shocking was how thin Rachel looked.  To win Rachel went from 260 lbs to dropping 155 pounds bringing her current weight to 105 lbs at 5-foot 4-inches. She lost 60% of her body weight in 7 1/2 months.

Check out the faces on trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels.  The camera panned to them right after Rachel walked onto the finale stage.  This other picture is of Rachel last night. 

She looked frail not like the athlete she looked like at her time on the ranch.  She looked so strong when she won the triathalon on th show.  To me she went from one eating disorder to another.  Of course I don't know her and can only assume what's happening but to me going from one extreme to the next can not be healthy.  I hope she's ok.

Rachel insists she’s healthy and said she doesn’t plan on dropping any more weight.  "I’m at the maintenance point now so I need to find some balance and make sure I work out and I eat healthy and make good choices 90 percent of the time,” “I’m not sure (I’ll maintain this weight), but I plan to try new exercises and just continue on this path and see where that takes me.”

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