Waitress Cant See Food Go To Waste, So She Eats From Garbage Until She Hits 210 Pounds

Former waitress Marie Stacey admits that she had always had a problem with her weight. Her eating habits really got out of hand when she began eating off the plates of her customers.

Marie says that she couldn’t stand the see the food go to waste, so she would pick at the leftovers once she took their plates away, even dipping into the garbage for more. The temptation to eat was hard to resist and Marie found it difficult to control the habit, ultimately ballooning to 210 pounds.

At her heaviest, she weighed as much as her father, whom she thought was “fat.”

That’s when she decided she needed to change and joined a program to lose the pounds. Now, the 40-year-old looks and feels better than ever! As an added bonus, she says that she feels more confident around men, but that ultimately, it was important for her to lose the weight for herself.

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When Marie Stacey was a waitress, she had trouble resisting the urge to eat. She would often take her customers’ unfinished meals back into the kitchen and eat the scraps, simply because she didn’t want to see the food go to waste. She even admits to picking from the garbage to satisfy her need to eat.

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Over the years, she ballooned to over 210 pounds her own father’s weight. She had considered him “fat” and decided to change her ways to change her size and lifestyle.

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Her tipping moment came when she was featured in a play.

She tells Daily Mail, “I had to sit on a man’s lap, and every time I sat on his lap, I would hear him groan, not in a sexual way but in a it’s hurting way.”

She added, “I thought he was an idiot, but when I saw photos of me on stage, I was shocked, I didn’t I think that’s what I looked like.”

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That’s when she signed up for a weight-loss programand managed to shed about 70 pounds!

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With a combination of diet and exercise and taking up healthier habits, Marie is more confident and is happier.

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As an added bonus, she’s more confident around men too!

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