It’s not JUST that someone was feeding him, it’s the sheer amount.
It takes a lot of calories just to support 400+ pounds. We’re talking about DOUBLING that, and THEN adding another 200 pound person?
That would require turning eating into essentially a full time job. There is just no way to support that kind of weight, AND add to it, without spending a large portion of the day gorging yourself on inhumanly huge quantities of food...and then getting up the next day and doing it again, and repeating the process every single day for years.
You are dead wrong. It doesn’t take a lot of calories to get that big. All it takes is a bad diet. You can cut calories down to 1000 a day and still gain a lot of weight. I explained why above.
You can cut all the fat and carbs out of your diet, and still put on fat because your liver turns into a giant sugar factory, the excess insulin your pancreas starts producing turns into fat.
Insulin doesn’t turn into fat itself, it turns the excess sugar your liver is making into fat.
even if you cut out all protein intake, the liver will start turning your body muscles into sugar. So eating only rabbit food doesn’t help you loose weight either.
You MUST eat a balanced diet. Count carbs not calories. The trick is to keep your blood sugars within a targetr range to prevent your liver from producing sugar when blood levels fall below 4.0, around 3.5 is when the liver begins producing sugar from proteins.
You MUST eat at least 3 meals a day. Skipping meals makes your blood sugars fluctuate too much, causing the liver to produce sugars when they fall too low.
I learned all this the hard way too.
I was starving myself, but kept gaining weight. I got up to 260, and was getting sicker. Finally a blood test told me I had become diabetic. I spent 3 weeks in a class listening to a dietician, and now I’m eating 3 meals a day instead of one small one, have my blood sugars under control and lost 40 lbs so far.