Frank Luntz before and after his weight loss journey.

Details into Frank Luntz’s Weight Loss Story!

Source: Frank Luntz’s Twitter

Frank Luntz, who is famous for being an American political and communication consultant, made it to the news recently for his weight loss story. He shed over 50 lbs or 22.6 kg in just over 2 months.

Losing an average of 11.3 kg per month needs a serious lifestyle change and that’s what Frank did. He changed his whole lifestyle to incorporate good eating habits, workout sessions, and long walks. Post weight loss, Frank now weighs 84.64 kg or 186.6 lbs.

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If you are curious to know how and why Frank Luntz started losing weight, then keep on scrolling.

The Reason Behind Frank Luntz’s Weight Loss

The 58 years old Frank Luntz’s weight loss reason was his near-death experience. Yes, you heard that right! In January 2020, he almost died. The man was taken to the UCLA and thankfully, he survived. He had a STROKE!

Frank Luntz revealed about his health through this Twitter post.
Frank Luntz took to his Twitter to share about his near-death experience in January 2020. Source: Frank Luntz’s Twitter

Luntz revealed about his trip to the hospital only on March 24, two months after the incident. On his reveal, he opened up about the stroke he had and the care he received from the hospital. Similarly, he also asked his followers to donate a small amount to UCLA’s coronavirus patient fund.

Now that we know about Luntz’s reason for slimming down, let’s look at his journey to 186.6 lbs.

Frank Luntz’s Weight Loss Journey

The Connecticut native Frank Luntz started his 50 lbs shedding weight loss journey after he had a stroke. During his reveal on March 24, he also spoke about how he’s doing well with his new diet and trainer and his fans suddenly picked up on it.

I’m doing well now with my new diet and trainer.

Frank Luntz slipped in this line while revealing about his stroke.

After his fans asked him about what he has changed in his lifestyle, he revealed that he now only ate moderate portions of lean meats alongside tasty fruits and veggies. This change made it easier for him to lose 25 lbs or 11.33 kg in 7 weeks.

Frank Luntz says he now eats only lean meats.
Frank Luntz’s weight loss diet plan.
Source: Frank Luntz’s Twitter

On May 7, Frank was back with some good news. He had lost well over 50 lbs and now he weighed only 186.6 lbs. The author tweeted about his slender self and posted a photo of his weight scale that read 186.6 lbs.

Frank Luntz's weight loss journey sees him at 186.6 lbs as of May 7, 2020.
Frank Luntz dropped 50 lbs to weigh 186.6 lbs.
Source: Frank Luntz’s Twitter

During this reveal, Luntz also opened up about his other reasons for losing all that weight. According to him, his 3 miles walk a day and his daily tutoring job made it easier for him to lose 50 lbs.

Frank Luntz’s reveals his weight!

Thanks to his weight loss, Frank’s fans are happier than ever. One fan wrote, “Good for u frank. Hard work,” while another fan warned him about the extra weight that could come back faster. His comments sections are filled with similar comments.

Congrats to the University of Pennsylvania graduate for losing weight. Healthy as he goes!

If we’ve missed anything on Frank Luntz’s weight loss story, then be sure to let us know in the comments sections below.

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Some thoughts on “Details into Frank Luntz’s Weight Loss Story!

  1. Frank Luntz is a wise man and I am much impressed by his wise ideas he said. “I do not want to confess to the religious leaders rather I confess to the person I wrong” and that is the true leader we need and to me, he becomes like David who humbles and confesses in the presence of the family he wronged. may God have mercy on us and thank you, Steve

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