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And of course, there are serious health risks to being as obese as the "Biggest Loser" contestants.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity can increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and certain types of cancer.
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This year's season 9 opened with another strenuous challenge in which contestants raced 26.2 miles (42 km) on stationary bikes.
Show medical consultant and UCLA professor Rob Huizenga had to drag one protesting contestant off her bike when she was stricken with severe cramps.
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A second contestant, 526-pound Michael Ventrella, was treated for exhaustion.
Health risks of obesity The show's producers point out that contestants are under medical supervision and say the extreme nature of the competition is inspirational for viewers.
That's some of what Bartlett resident Michael Ventrella said Wednesday, the day after winning "The Biggest Loser" title and the 0,000 cash prize. Party life and being out late contributed to my obesity." What he can't wait to do: "Go a theme park with all my little cousins and ride a roller coaster.
Ventrella, 31, started the show as its heaviest contestant ever, weighing 526 pounds and wearing a size 58 pants. There's some extra skin at the bottom of my stomach ... I have a smaller waist at (age) 31 than I did at 13 or 14.