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Discover Meghan's Heart-Wrenching Battle with Weight and Her Life-Changing Discovery

Meghan, a devoted mother, tipped the scales at over 400 lbs after her pregnancy.
Her struggle became painfully public after she posted a beach photo of her 5-year-old daughter dressed as Supergirl. The cruel comments that followed not only broke her heart but echoed the harsh truth her doctors had warned about: without significant weight loss, her days with her beloved daughter were numbered.

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What you’ll learn:

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The real reason diets fail: A Rhode Island mom's "bacteria transplant" reveals why your excess weight is not your fault

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