Cookies help us deliver our Services. By using our Services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Brittani Fulfer From My 600-Lb Life Is Unrecognizable Now

Since 2012, TLC's My 600-lb Life has been a show that people turn to when it comes to jump-starting their weight loss journey. For nine seasons now, people that are extremely overweight have shared their sensitive and heartbreaking stories on television, and have held nothing back in terms of how they got to their heaviest weight, and why they struggle with losing it. In season 4 of the show, Brittani Fulfer joined the cast and opened up about how the difficult childhood she endured — along with other traumas she experienced — ultimately led her to binge eating.

Fortunately, Fulfer flourished once she got the help she needed on My 600-lb Life. In fact, she became one of the most successful people to appear on the series, which has some fans wondering how she's doing now, and if she's living a healthy and happy life. Let's find out.

Brittani Fulfer is one of the show's best success stories to date

Once Fulfer was committed to losing weight, the doctor on My 600-lb Life put her on a strict diet paired with an exercise regimen. Post-show, she came back for an episode of "Where Are They Now?" to show fans her transformation, which was truly incredible. Since 2016, she's lost over three-hundred pounds, and to make sure her mental state is healthy too, she goes to therapy. She's also still happily married and is thankful that her husband Bill has remained by her side.

Since her follow-up episode in 2018, she's given birth to a healthy baby boy, and has even become an aunt to a baby boy, as well. Fulfer has shared that she still struggles with depression, and the weight loss road isn't all rainbows and sunshine. It seems like Fulfer is going in the right direction, but she also wants everyone to know that there have been tough times. Still, The Hollywood Gossip found a social media post in which Fulfer reflected on her time on the show, and when pondering if she'd go through the process again, Fulfer wrote, "This answer is ... in less than a heartbeat."