Do not look at the fact that the famous actor Uraz Kaygılaroğlu currently has a fit and fit body. The actor weighed up to 140 kilos during his university years. Explaining that the reason for this was losing his father at an early age, the actor explained his experiences in Ceyda Düvenci’s program on NTV.
Uraz Kaygılaroğlu, who has attracted attention with his success in acting recently, attracted attention with his words. Uraz Kaygılaroğlu stated that he grew up in an environment full of women and this is a very good thing, and gave the following information about his childhood:
“My family supported me in everything. They always listened to me, my mother, my aunt, my grandmother, my grandmother… I became a self-confident person. Growing up with so many women is a beautiful thing. I grew up in days. I grew up in the kitchen. I grew up in the love of words. I grew up in a bath, I went to the bath with my grandmother, I went to the thermal spa and so on, I have many traumatic memories that I should not see. I grew up in such an environment.”
Uraz Kaygılaroğlu, who also talked about the trauma caused by losing his father at an early age, said that he became obese in the last years of university and weighed up to 140 kilograms.
The famous actor explained for the first time that what brought his to this point was the trauma of losing his father at an early age. Uraz Kaygılaroğlu said:
“I was 140 kilos. I was 21 when I started the diet. The last years of college when I got to the point of being morbidly obese. The reason why I ate too much was the psychological hunger caused by losing my father at an early age. That physics leaves you narrow space for what I want to do… It leaves you with a space to play certain things. You have anxiety about the future, you continue to eat out of boredom. And there was a moment, the breaking moment, I decided to go to a dietitian, I had tried to lose weight before and failed, I succeeded when I got help from a professional. As I saw that something I was wearing suited me, I continued to lose weight. I learned how to eat.”