I've embraced exercise, that's the biggest change for me. This time last year I would never have climbed up Snowdon
Back in June we launched our Brazilian Bikini Diet and took three lucky viewers all the way to Rio to get in shape.
Today we're catching up with Carole and Karen to find out how they've been getting on and the total amount of weight they've lost over the last six months.
Plus Karen reveals why was on the receiving end of some tough love from our very own Sally Bee!
Can we do it all again?
Dr HIlary Jones joins Lorraine to discuss the latest health headlines including the benefits of breast feeding in fighting cancer, the effects of overprescribing drugs such as antibiotics and why mothers to be should get a flu jab.
Today we focus on the hugely important role of carers when it comes to helping families with relatives living with dementia.
We'll hear from the parents of a 38-year-old man who was diagnosed with fronto-temporal dementia in 2013 and is now living in a care home.
Dr Hilary is also live from a drop-in Alzheimer's centre in Wakefield where he'll meet the staff and take viewer questions.
The Text Santa appeal continues and today we talk to Bafta award-winning actress and star of Broadchurch Vicky McClure, whose grandmother has dementia.
We also meet 93-year-old Ray Hill who has dementia and relies on support from the Alzheimer's Society.
Dr Hilary Jones joins Lorraine on the sofa to chat through the latest health headlines, including child obesity and evidence that snail slime might be the new beauty trend!
Soon Dr Hilary Jones will be talking to Lorraine about Alzheimer's disease - and we want to hear any questions you have for him. Maybe you have a relative who has Alzheimer's and need some advice or would just like to know more about how to live with it.
Please send your questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on 6th December and we may contact you.
You must be 18 or over and have read our terms and conditions.
As Text Santa draws ever closer we take a look at a condition which relies on help from the annual charity appeal. We meet Karen Wolveridge, a previous Lorraine's Woman of the Year winner, who runs a choir and she tells us how the simple act of singing can help those suffering with Alzheimer's.
Karen and the Forget-Me-Not Chorus choir have recorded a CD which features a specially written song based on the choir members' experiences of living with dementia.
As part of his live 24-hour TV marathon, Philip Schofield's with us all morning and it's all in aid of raising money for ITV's fund-raising event Text Santa.
This year, six charities will benefit from your generosity - Teenage Cancer Trust, Guide Dogs, WellChild, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Together for Short Lives and Alzheimer's Society
Our focus is the Alzheimer's society, and dementia and over the next few weeks we'll be meeting some the people affected by the condition.