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When Rachel Frederickson won the latest season of NBC's "The Biggest Loser" after dropping almost 60 percent of her body weight, it sparked a backlash on social media from viewers who were concerned about her extreme transformation.

Three weeks later, Frederickson appeared on this morning's TODAY show and wants to set the record straight - she's healthy, and she's proud what she accomplished. Check out the appearance below!

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