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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6052325/Schoolboy-10-weighs-17-STONE-fears-die-unless-beats-food-addiction.html

The mother of Britain's most obese primary school pupil has accused the NHS of letting her 17-stone son down, admitting she fears he will die.

Five-foot-one Kyon Fritz Marriott, 10,  says he feels like a 'slave' to his weight and 'just wants help'.

But his mother says the lack of funding to the NHS means he can't get the treatment he needs to save his life.

Kyon, who has a 47-inch waist, says he's afraid to go outside due to his cravings and he regularly steals crisps and chocolate from the family kitchen to binge eat in the bathroom of their home in south London.

 

two things. He needs to learn to keep his cakehole shut and she needs to stop buying crap. 

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Last year Nadine sought help again and visited a GP's surgery, but didn't receive much help after being referred to a endocrinology clinic.  

MoreLife have now offered Kyon a place at their camp in 2019.

While there, he will be encouraged to take part in fitness activities and will learn about emotional issues as well as healthy eating.  


So no help after endocrine referral = no endocrine problem (Although a friend ended up paying for MRI at Addisons specialist hospital in USA after UK failed to diagnose her)

The advice "eat less, exercise more" is wasted if he's not being helped. The camp will remove him from his mother who is presumably responsible for the food in the kitchen and his lack of exercising. 
So would social services putting him in foster care.  

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Potential to be the ultimate thread crosser - black kid, london.

Are they muzzers? Nhs. Austerity/bastard tories. Does he have knife or gun? Bmw? Is his mum on tax credits? Is she a windrush migrant ... etcetcetc.

Stop buying choccies nd cridp you stupid bitch.

Im very wary of the health claims of stomach stapling. Id like to see long term outcomes.

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Thinking about it she needs to get him on the fags quick:

Craving an afternoon snack? Take a drag on a cigarette, and your hunger will likely disappear. Smokers are, on average, skinnier than nonsmokers. New research reveals how nicotine, the active ingredient in cigarettes, works in the brain to suppress smokers' appetites. 

 

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2011/06/why-smokers-are-skinny

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He's simply eating too much. 

put locks on the kitchen cupboards.  It would be better if the parents (and siblings?) led by example and didn't eat crisps, chocolate and other crap (then there wouldn't be a need for locks on the cupboards).

But this does highlight what is IMO the problem -- his appetite is out of control.  It is (IME) the same for all fat people.  This isn't a case of 'self-control' -- it is way way beyond that stage.

This is, of course, how fat-camp works.  There just isn't any food available other than what is given.  Appetite just then hangs around getting worse, but at least it can't be fed.

In my experience eating far less sugar, and cutting back on carbohydrates in general, gets appetite back under control.  But people don't like that as it is always sold as a calories in / calories out problem (so get on with it).

2 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Thinking about it she needs to get him on the fags quick:

Craving an afternoon snack? Take a drag on a cigarette, and your hunger will likely disappear. Smokers are, on average, skinnier than nonsmokers. New research reveals how nicotine, the active ingredient in cigarettes, works in the brain to suppress smokers' appetites. 

 

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2011/06/why-smokers-are-skinny

And vaping might give him the appetite suppressant without serious health risks (at least compared to obesity).

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7 minutes ago, satch said:

What does his father think about all of this? I assume he has one and is not the result of immaculate conception ....

The article is strangely quiet as to the role his father plays in this. Maybe he works long hours so hasn’t the time to give much input. 

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It's really sad...these kids try so hard to lose weight. The parents cook them nutritious wholesome foods. They're not allowed to eat sweets or fizzy drinks. They rush out to play footie after school with their mates and the parents restrict their viewing habits.

But the poor feckers still get fat.

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Its entirely down to the parenting, judging by his photo I doubt he is actually 17st, anyway irrespective of that there is potential in the lad, he just needs to enrol on a kids Rugby team where he would be highly valued at flattening other 10 years olds.

If he lived in Fiji he would have been sent straight to Rugby camp not a fucking diet camp.

Rugby player - a huge one

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Nadine, take him to your local kids Rugby Team, Union or League it doesn't matter.

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Having read the original article IMO the mother is a whining wimp with no common sense and has an unreasonable expectation that the nhs should fund patients with over eating problems

She needs to be told straight by someone that it’s her responsibility to deal with her sons over eating. The son is also old enough to be given some straight talking about weight loss/gain and maintenance. There’s lots of views about weight loss but I think that cutting out sugar and limiting carbohydrates is an easy way to lose weight plus find an exercise one enjoys then there’s no problem about motivation.

They need help? Let me guess they want a magic wand where everything is easy and someone or something else solves the problem. Life isn’t like that but unfortunately as per the original post self responsibility doesn’t get a lot of mainstream promotion.

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1 minute ago, Van Lady said:

Having read the original article IMO the mother is a whining wimp with no common sense and has an unreasonable expectation that the nhs should fund patients with over eating problems

She needs to be told straight by someone that it’s her responsibility to deal with her sons over eating. The son is also old enough to be given some straight talking about weight loss/gain and maintenance. There’s lots of views about weight loss but I think that cutting out sugar and limiting carbohydrates is an easy way to lose weight plus find an exercise one enjoys then there’s no problem about motivation.

They need help? Let me guess they want a magic wand where everything is easy and someone or something else solves the problem. Life isn’t like that but unfortunately as per the original post self responsibility doesn’t get a lot of mainstream promotion.

 

Methinks Ms. Christine should have a sharp word or two with them :$

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2 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

Methinks Ms. Christine should have a sharp word or two with them :$

So you think the NHS and MSM media should indulge them by promoting their life problem?

The 14 year old kid is vastly overweight and the mother doesn’t know what to do about it except whine and get in the papers!

Perhaps the NHS and media could be more honest and not indulge such uninformed folk?

Another example of the terminal decline in the uk

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1 minute ago, Van Lady said:

So you think the NHS and MSM media should indulge them by promoting their life problem?

The 14 year old kid is vastly overweight and the mother doesn’t know what to do about it except whine and get in the papers!

Perhaps the NHS and media could be more honest and not indulge such uninformed folk?

Another example of the terminal decline in the uk

Not at all.

If I had my way I would place a key around his neck and tell him that the box it fits has a cake inside it in John O'Groats - then make him walk there to get it, eating nothing along the way. 500 or 600 miles later he should have lost a few inches from around the waist.

 

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