The Pendleton Panther

Fattest kid on earth loses 300 pounds

Posted on: October 6, 2009

Jessica Gaude was the fattest kid on earth. At the age of 7, she consumed 10000 calories a day and her horrific diet was made up of Coca-Calas, 15 hamburgers with fries and several kilograms of chocolate. Her consumption of food in a single day equaled what some children ate in half a year. She did not know how and when to stop. Running was an activity that she had never done before and instead of walking, she dragged herself on the floor. Her bones had become distorted because they could no longer hold the weight. This was all to be blamed to her mother, who had fed her excessively ever since she was born, whenever Jessica cried, she would assume that she was hungry and give her bottles of milk. She was so used to consuming, that she did not know what the meaning of enough was. After doctors warned her and her mother that she was at a dangerous risk of dying, she became determined to lose weight so that she can live on and do what others can do without even thinking. She is on the road to recovery; she has lost almost 300 pounds and is adapting to a healthier lifestyle but is still suffering from many things that the extra fats have left her through the years. It is impressive how she has lost 300 pounds,this is a good motivation for me to start losing weight.  For people who cannot stop eating, please stop because I do not want to see you on Guinness World Records, we should slap ourselves when we catch ourselves eating when we are not actually hungry. 


Fattest kid on earth eating

Fattest kid on earth eating


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