Tammy Slaton Reaches a Significant Milestone in her Life and Says, “I Made It!”

Tammy Slaton celebrates a major life milestone in the latest episode of 1000-Lb Sisters. The 37-year-old reality star is seen at home with her brother, Chris, as he assists her in performing a seemingly-simple task. Slaton, once over 700 pounds and now standing at around 400, has made remarkable strides since starting her weight loss journey. She tries sitting in the front seat of a car for the first time in decades and, much to her surprise, succeeds.

Chris urges Slaton to give sitting in the car’s front seat a try. “I’m not sure if I’ll be able to fit,” she replies, “The last time I sat in the front, it’s probably been 15 or 20 years. But I’m willing to try and see how it goes.”

Tammy takes the challenge head-on, getting ready to sit in the front seat. The brothers open the door and Tammy slides in! She sits down! And the seatbelt buckles! She expresses her joy: “Sitting in the front seat, It’s like a whole new world. You’re experiencing everything from a different point of view. Instead of being the second person to see stuff, you’re the first person.”

After entering a rehab facility in early 2022, Slaton went on to qualify for bariatric surgery in July this year. Her journey to slim down has resonated with numerous fans. “Just being able to walk without a walker or be pushed in a wheelchair, and no oxygen. I don’t even sleep with it at night anymore,” she said to People, “Then it was being able to fit in a regular vehicle, front seat, and then the belt buckle, and not have to use an extender now. So I mean, just what seems minor to some people is giant for me.”

The reality star has been actively flaunting her weight loss on social media, where she has shared her inspiring journey with a large following. Furthermore, her stride towards a healthier lifestyle is reflected in her recent decision to give up drinking 12 cans of diet soda daily. “One of the big changes that I have gone through this past year is probably small to most people. But for me, it was huge,” she said.


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