He is not doing himself any favours with his lifestyle. I'll bet on top of his 35 pints he eats chippys, kebabs, McDonalds etc.....His heart is telling him to stop abusing his body and to lose weight. At 21 you should be full of energy and life, not in a hospital bed (another obese
person sucking the NHS and state dry? - sorry it's true) Do him a favour and talk straight with him. He needs to start looking after himself if he wants to see 30 with some degree of health. Its not difficult to eat properly. 5 extra stone on anyone would put immense pressure on their body and organs.
Thanks for the thumbs down but you are deluding yourselves. The truth hurts doesn't it? Nurses and doctors in the NHS are faced with people like this every day who do not know or have never been shown how to look after themselves and eat properly. I would be dispondent also if this was what I had to treat everyday and was not allowed to be up front about what the actual problem is which is bad diet and lack of exercise. The fat kids are the saddest - what parent in their right mind would allow their child to get into a physical state like that whereby they actually can't participate in an active lifestyle. Lazy parenting
does my head (and the NHS) right in. Again, thanks for the thumbs.