“The 10 Fattest People in the World – Heavyweights

50-year-old Paul Mason from England was once considered the world’s fattest man at 980 kilograms.

but he recently had gastric bypass surgery and is already down to 560 lbs.

She says her 20,000-calorie-a-day diet is down to her extreme size, but she also blames Britain’s National Health Service for not allowing her to see an eating disorder specialist when she weighed just over 400kg.

Donna Simpson (b. 1967) is an American woman who in 2008 expressed her desire to become one of the heaviest women in the world.

He wanted to reach a goal weight of 1,000 pounds (450 kg).

As of June 2010, Simpson weighed 602 pounds (273 kg), down from 630 pounds (290 kg) in 2008.

In 2010, she won the Guinness Book of Records for “The heaviest woman who gave birth”. In August 2011, Simpson decided to start a diet to drop her weight to 370 pounds (170 kg) in order to become more self-sufficient and better able to care for her children.

3 Manuel Uribe

Manuel Uribe (born June 11, 1965) is a man from Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. He suffers from morbid obesity, one of the largest known rates in history.

After reaching his peak weight of about 597 kilograms (1,320 lb) and not being able to leave his bed since 2001, Uribe lost about 400 kilograms.

(a third of his body weight, about 181.8 kg) with the help of doctors and nutritionists and by following the Zone diet.

Uribe attracted global attention when he appeared on the Televisa television network in January 2006, but turned down offers to undergo gastric bypass surgery in Italy.

Uribe has also appeared in The World’s Heaviest Man, a TV documentary about his bedridden patient and his efforts to overcome the disease.

By October 26, 2008, Uribe had dropped to 360 kilograms (790 lb).

In February 2012, he weighs 440 kilos.

4 Robert Earl Hughes

Robert Earl Hughes (June 4, 1926 – July 10, 1958) was the heaviest person in the history of the world during his lifetime.

Hughes’ excess weight was due to a malfunctioning pituitary gland.

His bust was measured at 3.15 meters (10.3 ft), and he weighed an estimated 486 kilograms (1,070 lb).

He weighed over half a ton when he died.

During his adult life, Hughes visited carnivals and fairs; plans to appear on the Ed Sullivan television show were announced but never happened.

On July 10, 1958, Hughes contracted a case of measles, which soon developed into uremia, resulting in his death in Bayliss, Illinois, U.

S.; he was 32 years old.

He is often said to be buried in a piano case.

This error stems from a phrase that appeared in successive editions of the Guinness Book of World Records that read: “He was buried in a coffin the size of a piano case.” His tombstone states that he was the heaviest man in the world with a confirmed weight of 1,041 pounds (472 kg).

5 Kenneth Brumley

Kenneth Brumley was one of the heaviest people ever to have his weight verified.

He was featured in the Channel 4 BodyShock documentary ‘Half Ton Dad’ as a father of four who weighed almost 74 stone (468 kg or 1,035 pounds).

According to Kenneth Brumley’s documentary statements, he had been bedridden for four years.

When he was admitted as a gastric bypass patient at Renaissance Hospital in Houston, Texas, firefighters had to punch a wall in Brumley’s house to get him out.

At Renaissance Hospital, Brumley was treated by a team of experts who treated Renee Williams, believed to be the world’s heaviest woman at the time.

The first step in Brumley’s treatment was a diet restricted to 1,200 calories per day, which allowed him to lose 167.5 pounds (76 kg) in just 40 days.

Michael Hebranko (born May 14, 1953) is a person who suffers from extreme morbid obesity and is known to be one of the heaviest people in the world.

After a stay at St. Luke’s Hospital in New York, he dropped his weight from 411 kg to 90 kg (200 lb) and his waist size from 290 cm to 91 cm in 19 months. , with the help of weight loss and fitness coach Richard Simmons, and was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records in 1990 for the greatest weight loss.

She lost some of that weight through surgery.

He then toured the United States lecturing about his experiences and advocating weight loss and exercise, and appeared in commercials promoting Richard Simmons.

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A Texas court ruled that Mayra Rosales, who weighs about 1,036 pounds, is overweight and that it would have been impossible for her to raise her arms to kill her 2-year-old nephew, who she was accused of murdering. in the year 2008.

8Jon Brower Minnoch

This is Jon Brower Minnoch (1941 – 1983) from Bainbridge Island, WA.

long and was estimated to weigh “probably over” 1,400 lbs.

in 1979, when 13 people only needed to turn him over in bed.

Minnoch, like many heavy people, suffered from massive bloat; his weight increased by at least 900 pounds.

The former taxi driver had always been unusually heavy and weighed 400 kilos.

in 1966 and 975 kg.

in 1966 and 975 kg.

in 1976, but he claimed to be disabled, not because of his size in any way, until a 500-calorie diet sapped his muscle strength and left him on the brink of death.

At his peak in 1978, Jon Brower Minnoch weighed an estimated 635 kilograms or 1397 pounds, or 100 stone if you prefer.

He died on September 10, 1983, weighing 362 kilograms or 796 pounds.

Minnoch was the father of two children with his 110kg wife Jeannette.

A woman believed to be the world’s fattest at 50 stone (700lbs) is struggling to lose weight after doctors told her she could die.

Terri Smith is confined to her bedroom in her home in Ohio, unable to move, stand or fall on her own, setting a new world record for the fattest woman in 2010.

In her 20s, Terri weighed 18 stone (252lbs), but she stayed active and worked as a mental health worker for 20 years.

“I helped wash, feed and dress people,” she said.

In order to get a brain scan and receive the potentially life-saving treatment she needs, Terri begins a weight-loss program that includes exercise and healthy eating.

An 11-year-old boy named Dzhambik Khatokhov (known as Jambik) from Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia weighs 324 pounds, stands 5′ 2″, and holds the world record for the fattest child.

At birth Jambik weighed 6lb.

– a reasonable amount for a baby – but on his first birthday he weighed over 28 kilos.

At only three years old, Jambik lifted weights of up to 7 kilograms.

Since then, Jambik has gained almost 112 kilos.

more about porridge and ice cream diet.

But his mother Nelya, 42, does not share the doctor’s concern that Jambik’s weight is terrible.

“He’s just growing — up and out,” she said.

Jambik, who wrestles five days a week and also goes swimming, said: “I want to be an athlete when I grow up.

Dzhambik is famous in Russia and has been featured in many Russian TV shows.

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