Low-Carb Weight Loss Success Story Set To Make Guinness Record-Breaking History

Filed under: In The News — @ July 22, 2007

When you’ve been tagged with the distinction of being “The World’s Heaviest Man,” it’s not something you go around wearing as a badge of honor. Identified in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most morbidly obese man walking the face of this planet last year was a gentleman from Monterrey, Mexico named Manuel Uribe.

But he’s been low-carbing over the past year which may win him another Guinness record–for the largest-recorded WEIGHT LOSS in history! If you check out the 2008 issue of the Guinness Book of World Records, then you will see Uribe’s infamous fat boy picture in it.

But don’t be surprised to see Uribe popping up in the 2009 edition as the man who actually lost more weight than anyone. Wouldn’t that be a hoot to see the “World’s Fattest Man” become the “World’s Slimmingest Man?” HA!

Click here to read more about Manuel Uribe’s 440-pound awe-inspiring low-carb weight loss success story that’s still being written!

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