Man Who Lost over 300 Pounds Removes Excess Skin

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Zach, who lost over 300 pounds, is back to show off his new body after having his excessive skin removed.

When he visited The Doctors, he had transformed from 460 pounds in 2014 to an amazing 150 pounds two years later following a gastric bypass. Zach was left an excessive amount of extra skin following his dramatic weight loss. With the help of plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas Trevisani, approximately 10 pounds of hanging skin was removed from his body. 

Zach is back with us to share his new body and speak about is amazing journey.

Watch: Zach's Incredible Skin Removal Surgery

Zach explains that he has had both a physical and mental transformation. “I have taken my life to the next level of happiness… we’ve changed our eating habits, I’ve stopped smoking. I have taken control of everything. I’ve lost 315 pounds, I’ve gotten rid of the skin. It is a brand new lifestyle,” he shares.

When he looks in the mirror, Zach says he now sees a different person. “I see the gentleman that I was 10 years ago. I see the person that I was growing up and I am proud of myself… I am full of joy,” he continues.

In addition to the gastric bypass, how did he do it?

Watch: Doing THIS While You’re Eating Can Affect How Much You Eat

“I stopped eating fast food. I stopped drinking soda. I stopped smoking cigarettes. I cut all of that negative energy out of my life… we started incorporating good, smart foods. Lean meats, smart meats, we got rid of all of the dairy… box foods. We have a better lifestyle now. We’re more active and more energetic,” he tells The Doctors.

Find out the amazing surprise The Doctors have in store for Zach and his wife Amber, who are celebrating their 10 year wedding anniversary, in the video below.

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