One Mom's Battle for a Candy-Free Checkout Lane

Plus, see one mother-daughter duo's inspiring weight loss journey.
7:05 | 01/03/17

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Welcome back to our lovely audience this morning. Got a lot to get to right now. I want to start with this. A story I think a lot of parents can relate to. This is one you go shopping. You're checking out. I'm sure you guys have dealt with it. There's always candy or magazines for adults. Always candy. Very, very tempting, obviously, for kids to want to buy. For parents to feel -- It's the only way I can get my kids to go shopping with me. You get to say no or buy something you don't want to. One woman is petitioning a grocery store the take junk food out of checkout lines and put customer health first. Replace the tabloids with children's literature and the junk food with healthy food. What do you think? I think this is part of parent ppg you have to tell your children, you can't have that. You have to be able to say it as a parent. That's not good for you. We're not going to do it. You always make me feel like such a slacker. To tell a store they can't sell things that are highly sellable is crazy. Just because you don't want to have to parent. What do you think? That it's up to us? It sounds logical. Maybe if they have one checkout lane a lot. That's the one to go to. It's a compromise. Just carte Blanche, I don't know. It's a teachable moment. I love it. It's a teachable moment. I think robin, you have come up with a compromise. And done, drop the Mike. Well. If I had hair -- here's what I am bringing to the table. It's transformation Tuesday. A lot of people make the resolutions to the 1st of the year. Can you stick to the resolutions? We have a mother-daughter duo who decided to take a 100-day weight loss challenge. They've kept it going. They've gone viral for a second time. It happened a couple of years ago. A guy named George Takei, he posted it on his Facebook. And it racked up more than 36 million views and counting. Whoa. Here's how it all got started. It's time to get this weight off and work hard. Ready to do it? Let's do it. ??? ??? I used to bite my tongue and hold my breath scared to rock the boat and make a mess ??? Can't wait until I don't have a double chin anytime. You have no idea. My mom just worked 12 hours in the E.R. We're still going to go for a run. Today is weigh-in day. I lost five pounds. And I'm down six. Do you want to meet them? Yes. Look at them now. The inspiring mother-daughter duo here with us this morning. Cheryl and Jessa Shaw. No, no, stay seated. Give me a hug. Way to go, Tessa. Way to go, Cheryl. Thank you. Thank you. Hello. Mind if I grab a chair. Do you feel the love and support? I do. Has it helped you all? I get choked up when I see that. That was in 2014? Yes. 2 1/2 years ago. How much weight have you all lost? What am I down sni think I'm down 50. At one point, xwoit down to 150. I hurt me knee and I kind of -- There are always setbacks. That's part of life. And you? I was highest, 185. My lowest was 125. Oh, my goodness. She's tall. No, no, no. Talk to people. How did you all motivate and help each other? For me, she came to me one day and she's like, mom, we gotta do something. It just spiraled from there. We found this website, give it 100. We would go there every day and post a ten-second video. Every day, we would say, what are we doing today. We came up with food, routines. We just -- And a mud run, I hear, too. We did that. She dragged my buns. Oh, here we have pictures. Thank you. People talk about you have to have a buddy system. What better than a mother-daughter duo like this. You talk about the setbacks. That is real life. How did you get through that and be able to get back on track? It's a lifetime deal. And I'm not getting any younger. And she has become the mother of the duo. I have, yeah. She's like, mom, what are you doing now? What are you eating? Come on, mom, really? Now I'm sneaking food in my room. Hiding food. I have become the teenager now. So thank you, mom. You're welcome. I love to see this. What is your advice. It's the first of the year. How many people have started that resolution. It's not necessarily a number. Or something like that. We're going to talk to Kayla. I can't wait for you all to meet her. She says, it's not about calories. Not about getting a certain place. People say, I'm going to have a healthier lifestyle. Just get out there. Don't -- really push -- like, I'm sorry. Don't -- get nervous when you go to the gym. I know that was my biggest setback? Was it? I walked in the gym, I got so nervous. Why? Because people would look at you. You don't know what to do. The machines. You're like, okay, what am I doing here? How did you get past it? I did it. I did my own thing. I didn't worry about anybody else. This is for me. I have to love myself. And going together. I mean, that was another thing we tried to do a lot of this stuff together. And -- some days I don't want to do it. She's like, come on, mom. Other days, it's vice versa. You have to push each other. It's hard doing this. How sit -- George posting this and all this -- I can't believe it. All of a sudden, I have my social media. My website that is mother daughter duo. I'm getting, boom, boom, boom. What the heck is going on here snit was so funny. It's so deserving. You're lovely. Always have been. Your spirit. Your love for one another. And doing this. Motivating us. We're looking forward to the next 100 days. You go, girls. Thank you, thank you.

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