After initially defending her extreme weight loss and telling Us Weekly that her plan was to "continue on a [natural] path, maintain a healthy lifestyle, and enjoy her new life," it seems that the massive amounts of criticism have finally struck a chord with Frederickson. In a new interview about her outstanding weight loss, Frederickson tells People that she may have been "a little too enthusiastic in [her] training to get to the finale." She also spills that she worked out 6 hours a day in the three months before the finale, while maintaining a 1,600-calorie daily diet. When asked if she had an eating disorder, Frederickson replied, "I am very, very healthy."
Her trainer, Dolvett Quince, even admitted that he was "shocked" by her appearance, saying that the first thing that went through his mind after seeing her major reveal was "that's just too much."
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