'World's Fattest Man' Paul Mason 700-lb weight loss teaches how obesity is fed with delusion and addiction

Paul Mason of Ipswich, England, once held the title of "World's Fattest Man." At his heaviest, Mason weighed nearly 70 stone or over 900 pounds. The nearly half-ton Brit shed over 700 pounds in one of the most remarkable transformations ever. There are bizarre plot twists in Mason's story, however. He blames Britain's National Health Service for letting him get so huge. In obesity he found love with an American Rebecca Mountain but lost love the more weight he shed. Odd or not, it's not an uncommon story as TLC's "My 600-lb Life" shows. Why the obesity blaming and responsibility shifting, and what's up with partners splitting after extreme weight loss?    'World's Fattest Man' Paul Mason 700-lb weight loss: half-ton man 1/3 the man he was

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