‘1000-Lb. Sisters’: Tammy Slaton Doesn’t Need Oxygen Support Anymore?
1000-Lb. Sisters star Tammy Slaton has been on an incredible weight loss journey. Ever since the show aired on TLC in 2020, the reality star showcased her struggles, both emotional and physical, as she tried to lose weight. However, she often flunked her attempts which made it all harder for her to lose weight and get the much-needed bariatric surgery. However, now that she has lost more than 300 pounds, she is looking happier and healthier than ever. Not just that, but it seems like she has also ditched her oxygen support. Keep reading to find out the details!
Tammy Slaton has a habit of adding filters to her pictures on social media. However, for the very first time, the TLC star has ditched the Instagram filters. However, that wasn’t the only thing fans noticed was missing in the picture.
1000-Lb. Sisters Spoilers: She Was Seen Without The Oxygen Support
In the picture Tammy shared on social media, she was seen without the oxygen support she normally carries around. By the end of Season 3, Tammy’s lungs collapsed, and she struggled for life. Moreover, she was in a coma for a long time, and the doctors had to insert a breathing tube into her to ensure she could breathe.
Given her weight, her lungs were struggling to keep up. So, Tammy had to carry the oxygen support wherever she went. However, now it seems like she doesn’t need them given her massive weight loss. In her filter-free Instagram pictures, Tammy wore a basic white shirt with a jean jacket. Fans gushed over her filter-free look and noted how healthy she looks now. Some even congratulated her for her hard work and reminded her that she looks better without the Instagram filters.
1000-Lb. Sisters Spoilers: Tammy Was Spotted Running Errands And Walking Unassisted
Recently, Tammy was spotted running errands and walking unassisted. Flaunting her bright red hair and wearing an oversized grey tee, she walked unassisted without her stroller. This drastic shift in the story came after Tammy spent some time at the weight loss center as she tried her best to reach her weight loss goals and qualify for the life-changing bariatric surgery.
During her stay, she also met Caleb Willingham, whom she later married at the very same rehab. The couple got married in November 2022 in an intimate wedding at the rehab center, surrounded by their family and friends.