People who are very overweight stop looking at themselves in the mirror.
I think the slimmers were surprised at how big they were.
I couldn’t ignore the scan, and I was glad of it.
Seeing the image of what I could look like in six to twelve months was very motivating.
I realised how wrong I had got things, that I’m not that overweight and that you can look at yourself in the mirror and not actually see the real you.
The body scanning exercise was the turning point for me.
The scanner was the most important factor in changing my view of myself.
It showed me very clearly that it was my brain that was distorting the image of myself.
The scanner was the key experience in the show.
I thought I was over twenty percent bigger than I actually am!
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