BistroMD, 'The Doctors' team up to help young woman look lose weight

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To help celebrate their special Oscars episode, BistroMD, the weight loss program that delivers meals for a lighter, healthier you, is teaming up with The Doctors once again to help one of their featured guests lose weight.

In celebration of the Oscars airing on February 26th, The Doctors are helping one woman look and feel red carpet ready for the episode titled "Banish Cellulite, Lose Weight and Look 10 Years Younger," airing on February 24th.

Whitney is 23 years old, and is currently a senior in college in Savannah, Georgia. At 230 pounds, she has always been the chubby girl, but over the past few years she has started putting on more weight.

As the grand prize winner of The Doctors "Get Fit with the Doctors" contest, Whitney will receive help transforming her life with a year's worth of meals from BistroMD.

"So many young people, like Whitney, struggle with the burden of being overweight, while trying to make it through college," says Ed Cederquist, CEO of BistroMD. "I struggled with the same issues while I was in college and I'm glad we can help Whitney make a healthy lifestyle change."

In addition to a year's worth of healthy and delicious entrees from BistroMD, Whitney will also receive a one-year gym membership and a personal trainer to help her maintain her goals.

Look for this special Oscar episode to air this Friday, February 24th. Check your local listings.



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