An Epic Adventure of Weight Issues, Nutrition and Lifting

This guy wants to be the first competitive bodybuilder to overcome both anorexia and obesity.

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Ben Walton was eating 5000-6000 calories a day. That’s pretty common in the world of competitive bodybuilding – only his goal wasn’t to gain mass, it was a way to escape. When he didn’t want to be overweight he became addicted to watching the numbers on the scale drop – so much so that he was down to a mere 300 calories a day. His drastic weight loss didn’t make him feel any healthier so he decided to up his caloric intake and start layering on muscle. Now he’s on a quest to become a professional bodybuilder. Check out his incredible journey below and check out more episodes of Transformation on the Quest Nutrition YouTube Channel.

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