Roger Shultz, before and after losing weight

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When Roger Shultz weighed in for The Biggest Loser, he was 363 pounds and a Type 2 diabetic on medication. In 10 months, Roger lost 148 pounds and cured his diabetes through diet and exercise alone.

As a former athlete, Roger says he never tried to lose weight, but he always knew he could. "I trained," he says. "Bob tapped into my former athlete side and just started churning and burning."

To maintain his weight, Roger says he uses the lessons from the ranch in his everyday life. "I think it takes 21 days to change a habit, and you live it so much on the ranch," he says. "When I go into a convenience store, I'm not picking up that candy bar or those chips. I'm just walking in and looking for an apple."
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Published on October 30, 2008

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