Manuel Uribe Garza (11 June 1965 – 26 May 2014) was a man from San Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León, Mexico, notable for suffering from morbid obesity to one of the greatest extents known in recorded history.
After reaching a peak weight of around 597 kg (1,316 lb) and having been unable to leave his bed since 2001, Uribe lost approximately 181 kg (399 lb) —one third of his body weight— with the help of doctors and nutritionists.
Uribe drew worldwide attention when he appeared on the Televisa television network in January 2006 and had turned down offers for gastric bypass surgery in Italy.
Uribe had also been featured on The World's Heaviest Man, a television documentary about his bedridden life and attempts to overcome his obesity. By 26 October 2008, Uribe had reduced his weight to 360 kg (790 lb) but died on 26 May 2014 weighing 394 kg (869 lb). Read more here.
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