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And Down 140 Pounds!

NICHOLE MCCALL’S weight problems began in adolescence, with overindulgence in her mom’s Southern cooking. By the time she reached her late teens—and 165 pounds—her eating was more about her emotions than her taste buds. She used food to cope with grief

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