Too Many Energy Drinks Leads World's Fattest Man(Weighing 444 Kgs) To Death!
The world's fattest man has died of a heart attack at the age of 38 after reportedly drinking more than six energy drinks a day.


Andres Moreno, from Ciudad Obregon in Mexico, reached a weight of over 70 stone, or over 444 kilograms at his heaviest. His doctor reportedly said he had been drinking more than six energy drinks a day in the three days running up to his death.

As he was very obese and suffering from diabetes, such stimulate drinks could have caused "an irregular heartbeat". He died on Christmas Day after a heart attack and complications from peritonitis.

Andres Moreno

Two months ago, Mr Moreno had undergone extreme weight-loss surgery where three quarters of his stomach was removed. His remaining stomach was then reshaped into a tube to help prevent him from overeating.

Mr Moreno had lost 19 stone or 120 kilos naturally to reach the weight of 317 kgs in preparation for the surgery.

Dr Jorge Ojeda, who treated Mr Moreno, told MailOnline: "He drank more than six energy drinks a day according to his family and we believe it could be a lot more than six. As an obese man, although he was losing weight and was starting to move, exposing yourself to a stimulant can cause an irregular heartbeat, and that or a heart attack can lead to death."

Another Mexican, Manuel Uribe, who weighed 558 kilos or 88 stone, previously held the record for the world's fattest man.


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