Billy says his life has completely changed—he's moving easier and eating better. "Getting up and down out of small places is easy. I can fit into a truck easily," he says. "I eat completely different. I get up and move around. I don't eat takeout, fatty foods, none of that."
Billy says he doesn't blame anyone but himself for his situation. "I took [the food] in my hand and I ate it," he says. "No one ever forced it down my throat. I ate it willingly."
Billy says he hopes other people will learn from his story. "When you see people in a situation like that, a lot of people snicker and make judgments. Don't judge a person by that, because there's a lot of roads that lead to where I was," he says. "[If you're] making them feel bad about themselves and making fun of them, you're just making them feel horrible. [It] never, never makes the situation any better."