Work begins to become world’s biggest loser » Work begins to become world’s biggest loser

Work begins to become world’s biggest loser » Work begins to become world’s biggest loser

Work begins to become world’s biggest loser » Work begins to become world’s biggest loserManuel Uribe is taking about a serious business now. The 42-year-old Mexican who has been reported as the world’s heaviest man and presently weight about 88 stones i.e about 512 Kg is determined to shed off a mammoth 68 stone by the year 2010, leaving him a humble 20 stone.

If Manuel succeeds in this task then he would become worlds biggest lose by breaking a record of an American national Rosalie Bradford, who apparently lost 52.5 stone in the early 1990s.

Mr Uribe, who lives in a armored bed and has been house-bound for the last 6 years, has been reducing the junk food in March 2006, choosing for a diet of fruit, vegetables, fish, chicken and omelets.

Telegraph

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