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Those who win a particular challenge are given special privileges, such as a weight advantage for the next weigh-in or even full immunity from being voted off the show.Each week culminates in another weigh-in to determine which team has lost the most weight for that week, in percentage of total weight lost.The reason viewers see their muscles emerging as the show goes on is because as the layer of fat surrounding the muscles is lost, muscles become more visible.Those muscles were always there but covered by a mass of fat tissue.Also since the show Benson has regained all of his weight, but 10–12 lbs.In 2009, Kai Hibbard (runner-up from the third season) told The New York Times that "she and other contestants would drink as little water as possible in the 24 hours before a weigh-in" and would "work out in as much clothing as possible" when the cameras were off.It takes an overly extreme course of action on an important, but far less effective and achievable way to attain good form and better health.""Risks aside, weight-loss experts say that the biggest problem with the Biggest Loser is that extreme methods of dropping pounds are less likely to work in the long run.

I have had some patients who want to [follow the show's regimen], and I counsel them against it. They are taking poor people who have severe weight problems whose real focus is trying to win the quarter-million dollars.""Simply put, the Biggest Loser provides viewers with a completely inaccurate picture of what you must do to lose weight and live healthy.

The show has not been officially cancelled, but no new seasons have been announced.

The Biggest Loser has been fairly popular for some of its run, ranking among the top 50 shows in the United States from 2004 to 2005 and again from 2009 to 2011.

It has also attracted significant controversy, including both general critiques of its approach of rapid weight loss, and specific allegations that contestants have been malnourished, dehydrated, overexerted and, in some cases, been given weight loss pills, in order for them to lose as much weight as possible.

Several news articles making such accusations were published in 2016, and the show's resident doctor, Robert Huizenga, stated in 2017 that The Biggest Loser had been unofficially cancelled because of these accusations.