What Randy Statum From My 600-Lb Life Looks Like Now

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On Season 4 of "My 600-Lb Life," Randy Statum captured the hearts and minds of viewers. He also had a unique story, as unlike many of the participants on Dr. Now's runaway hit TLC show, Randy didn't gain weight exclusively due to trauma or genetic-related reasons. Rather, Randy put on excessive amounts of weight due to his involvement in football. The Texas native noted how his dad, who coached youth sports, encouraged him to put on the pounds to "use that size on the field," and, in sixth grade, he weighed 180 pounds. 

Randy continued to put on the pounds, and amid his weight gain, he met his wife, Danielle, at 22. But they got divorced due to infertility struggles, and he became depressed, which led to more weight gain. He then met another woman named Ashley, and together they welcomed a daughter named Khloe. Although Randy was thrilled to be a dad, his health "started to deteriorate" due to his weight, and Ashley "couldn't take it," supposedly saying he was "too big to be a father."  When Randy — who had to move back with his parents — finally got to Dr. Now, he was at a peak weight of 640 pounds. "I know my heart is getting weaker, and that is one of the scariest things for me to think about," he lamented on the show, per People.

So for fans who are wondering whether Randy did get his life together? Well, they are in for a treat. Here's what Randy Statum from "My 600-Lb Life" looks like now.

Randy Statum lost weight — and kept it off!

Randy Statum doesn't share too many public status updates on his Facebook page, but what he does share is very inspiring. On "My 600lb. Life," fans saw Randy drop his weight from a whopping 640 pounds to 350 pounds — a nearly 300-pound weight difference! Based on the photos he's shared on Facebook, it looks like he's kept the weight off, although it isn't clear whether he follows Dr. Now's weight loss to maintain his physique. He also shares many inspirational quotes and videos and appears to be a devout Christian and family man.

Best of all? He has a beautiful relationship with his daughter, Khloe. In April, for example, he shared a picture of him and Khloe at the "daddy-daughter" dance, and months earlier in January, he posted a series of adorable selfies with the little girl. 

Fans of "My 600-Lb Life" know that Dr. Now advocates for a 1200 calorie diet for his patients and is big on accountability. In fact, he wrote an entire book about the subject called "The Scale Does Not Lie, People Do," and it looks like Randy is nothing if not accountable for his life and his choices today. Congratulations are in order, then, for Randy and his inspiring story!