There is no evidence that this person was ever overcome in weight. At the age of 12 he had 294 kilograms.
John Browne Minoch (September 29, 1941 – September 10, 1983) was an American who is considered the hardest person ever to live.
At the age of 12 he had 294 kilograms, and at 22 he had 392 kilograms. In his 36th year, he was hospitalized for heart and airway problems. He entered the Guinness Book of Records the same year as the case with the largest difference in kilos between his spouses – his wife Janet, with whom she had two children, had only 50 pounds.
The maximum of its weight was 634 kilograms. His health was very poor and he could not move his case was diagnosed with a rare disease, and fluid accumulated in his body. John’s transportation to the hospital was very difficult – firefighters and members of the special forces were engaged, and 13 people placed him in two beds merged with each other.
He was fired from the hospital after a 16-month strict diet, consuming about 1,200 calories a day. He lost at that time 419 pounds, the largest documented weight loss.
Unfortunately, for more than a year, he returned to hospital again, because his weight increased to 432 kilograms. Given that his underlying disease, edema is incurable, he decided to stop his treatment.
He died after 23 months, on September 10, 1982, in his 42nd year of life.
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