26 November 2019 09:38

Katie Price Peter Andre

Morbidly obese woman reveals incredible 42 STONE weight loss on My 600lb Life after being bedridden for three years – The Sun

Sean Milliken, who appeared in the TLC show My 600-lb Life, has died at the age of 29. A later episode of the show in 2017 looked back at Sean's progress as he lost a staggering 400lbs or 28 stone, before his mum died in 2018. Lisa Fleming, who was featured on My 600-lb Life died Thursday, just months after appearing on the TLC reality series. She weighed closed to 705 lbs at the time, then underwent weight loss surgery, in which she lost 200 lbs, but her body "gave out" this week, her daughter told TMZ. Fleming's passing follows by just weeks the death of James "L.B." Bonner who also appeared on Season 6 of My 600-lb Life.

TLC released a statement at the time of Bonner's death. "TLC was deeply saddened to hear of LB's passing and is honored to have shared his honest and courageous story on My 600-lb Life," the statement said. My 600-lb Life has aired on TLC since 2012. Each episode follows a year in the life of one or more super morbidly obese individuals, who each begin the episode weighing around 600 pounds, and documents their attempts to reduce their weight to a healthy level. A MORBIDLY obese mum who was bedbound for three years has lost a massive 42st 5lbs - and is learning to walk again.

Mum-of-five Milla Clark, 51, has become the most successful patient ever on TLC's My 600lb Life after slimming down to 11st. 5 Milla Clark is finally standing on her own two feet after a three year weight loss journey Credit: TLC 5 Milla was so large that she hadn't been out of bed for three years Credit: TLC When she first consulted weight loss expert Dr Younan Nowzaradan three years ago, she weighed a colossal 52.6st and hadn't been able to get out of bed for three years. As a result, Milla hadn't walked on her own for over 13 years and her kids were having to wash and care for her to ensure that she didn't develop an infection. 5 Sick of her children having to wash and look after her, Milla decided to take her health into her own hands after a lifetime of being obese Credit: TLC Mila has struggled with her weight her whole life - realising at just three-years-old that she was bigger than other kids when they started calling her fat. 5 She previously required help to stand up, but after losing over 40st and having both knees replaced, she's able to do all kinds of things Credit: TLC In a bid to save her life, Milla and her family decided to move from Tennessee to Texas to consultant Dr Nowzaradan.

The weight loss expert wanted to operate on her to remove her lymphedema but she needed to lose weight first to reduce the dangers of having a surgical procedure. 5 She's even been kayaking with her kids since shedding the weight Credit: TLC So the mum hunkered down and stuck to her weight loss plan - losing 7st on her own. That made her eligible for surgery and Dr Nowzaradan was able to remove the swelling from her leg. And once she was able to stand on her own, Milla then underwent weightloss surgery. Sadly, her husband Elroy passed away two months into filming the show - but apart from that tragedy, Milla remained focused and stuck to her weight loss plan.

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Her children met with a dietitian so they could learn about their mum's new diet and to make sure that they wouldn't enable her addiction to eating before she was sent home. HEALTH AND FITNESS WEIGHING IN If the daily weigh-in isn't working out, it could be time to ditch the scales VAGI-NOPE Putting GARLIC in your vagina to treat thrush could be deadly, doctor warns Exclusive 'LAUGHED OFF' Woman says endometriosis feels like 'razor blades scraping inside' her DEEP BREATH Lose weight with keto 'breathalyser' which says if you're eating too many carbs MOTHER'S INSTINCT Mum told to 'abort & start again' proves docs wrong as daughter turns 5 NATURAL HEALING Woman whose eczema was so bad she was offered chemo is drug-free & healing MIRACLE MUM Docs said I was infertile but discovered I was pregnant after liver infection Comment DEBORAH JAMES You think cancer is bad... By the end of the three years, she was down to her goal weight of 11st and for the first time in years, she's been able to do activities with her kids - including canoeing. A massively obese woman shed 33 stone in a miraculous weight loss journey that enabled her to walk again. At her heaviest, she weighed 51.5st although she managed to ditch 25st by getting swollen tissue removed from her leg. Finally able to get up and about for the first time in years, Liz managed to drop another three stone in four months. Doctors then said she was ready for a second operation to remove further swollen tissue from her leg, however the surgery was so painful she shied away from staying active. However, when Dr Nowzaradan told her that she risked being bedbound again, Liz resumed her weight loss programme. She then shed three stone and seven pounds in two months, meaning she lost a total of 33st in two years, The Sun reports. In the show, she said that she became dependant on food after being molested when she was six-years-old. The weight gain meant she developed lymphedemas in both legs, which prevented her from walking around. A man weighing more than 50 stone has predicted he will eat himself to death as he continues to spend his days doing 'not a lot of activity'. Casey King, 34, is used to getting up around midday and playing video games or watching TV in the nude at home. Casey King, 34, weighs over 700 pounds and lives with his father in Georgia (Picture: TLC) 'I will just eat until I am dead, probably,' Casey said when interviewed for a new TLC TV series Family by the Ton. 'I wake up around 12, figure out something I'm going to eat immediately [then it's] TV, video games, bed. He spends his days playing video games or watching TV in his room (Picture: TLC) Casey said he was always a 'big' child growing up (Picture: TLC) His weight exploded when he began working in restaurants during his teens (Picture: TLC) 'I never would have thought at 34 I'd be living with my father, I'd have no job, have no real money and would just be playing video games all day and eating.' Casey was always a 'big' child growing up but his weight first began to explode in his teens, when he worked in restaurants and frequently ate out as a result. Casey and his father 'ate like kings' when he moved in (Picture: TLC) The American says that he feels accepted in virtual reality worlds (Picture: TLC) Casey and his dad gorged on 'pizzas, chicken, Japanese food, takeout' (Picture: TLC) 'Basically, his one thing that did make me happy was food,' said Casey, who now weighs over 700 pounds.