Sunday, 18 January 2015

World’s Fattest Man Dies After Successful Weight Loss Surgery


World’s Fattest Man Dies After Successful Weight Loss Surgery

Keith Martin, the world's fattest manLONDON: World Fattest man, Keith Martin, has died at the age of 44 from pneumonia just eight month after successful weight loss surgery.
British by origin, Martin, at his largest weighed a whopping 70 stones and he used to consume 20,000 calories at that time which is 9 times greater than the normal required amount.
He had been bed-bound, unable to walk and at one point he never left his north London home for a decade.
23C4861E00000578-0-image-a-47_1417781010417The reason of his extreme fat physic was due to taking high sugar junk food such as pizzas and fizzy drinks, which he turned to as his comfort food.
Martin had six-egg fry-ups for breakfast then pizzas, kebabs, Chinese takeaways and Big Macs for lunch and dinner, all washed down with six pints of coffee and two litres of fizzy drinks.
However, eight months ago he had three quarters of his stomach removed and lost half his body weight, and succumbed to pneumonia only as his family announced this.

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