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A year ago Justin had Gastric Sleeve Surgery, an operation in which the stomach is significantly reduced in size. From weighing 336 pounds, he has dropped down to 183 pounds since surgery. While the benefits far outweigh the rest, Justin is real and honest about his experience with excess skin. 

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