A TIKTOKER has shared a series of videos on her "weight loss journey" – she opened up about how men react to her differently now.

The TikToker, Josie Varela, talked to The U.S. Sun about her motivations to go on her journey.

"I started my weight loss journey after my ex dumped me for no reason," Varela said to The U.S. Sun.

"I was left alone overweight and in a huge financial debt because I took care of him," she said.

"I’ve been overweight my entire life so I knew that went he left me it was time for change."

In a viral video, the content creator discussed how men who told her she was a "great friend" have come barking back.

(@josiesjourney_), said that she lost 150 pounds naturally since 2020.

"I decided to begin my fitness journey," she said. "I hired a personal trainer learned how to eat healthier and workout."

In the video, she says that men have revamped their reactions to her since she started eating differently and going to the gym more frequently.

"You're not my type," she reported men saying to her.

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"You're a great friend though."

Their tone has changed, according to the video with more than 786,000 likes.

Now, the same men say: "You look great, we should catch up!"

Varela doesn't seem terribly bothered by those guys' change of heart.

She captioned the video: "If they didn’t want you at your worst…"

TikTok commenters were cheering Varela on.

One said: "You should’ve told him he’s a great friend but not your type."

Another said: "SHE ATE no Crumbs left," with a series of fire emojis.

Varela said she runs an online coaching program for people who are trying to lose weight naturally.

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"I help women not only lose weight but I help them gain their confidence and self-esteem back!

"I have built a safe space for them where they’re not alone. Because I’ve been there. I know what it’s like to be forgotten."

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