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Omg! Man Dies After Consuming 60 Gallons of Ice Cream (Photo)

A man who had a rare eating disorder has died after eating an alarming 60 gallons of Ice Cream.

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Juan Pablo Iglesiaz
Juan Pablo Iglesiaz, a 36-year-old man from New Mexico, has met an untimely death several hours after being brought into the emergency room after a heart failure possibly caused by hypothermia.
The man who suffered from an extreme case of binge eating disorder had eaten an estimated 60 gallons of ice cream before succumbing to heart failure caused by a lethal drop of his body core temperature, believe experts.
“He had only been working here for a few days” explained Eleonora Brimmes, the convenient store assistant manager where Juan Iglesiaz had been hired 36 hours prior to his death and where he was found unconscious moments before being transported to the emergency room.
“He was a good employee nonetheless, this a great tragedy” she told local reporters, visibly saddened by the whole affair.” she said
Eleonora Brimmes
Juan Pablo Iglesiaz is believed to have suffered from an extreme case of binge eating disorder in which the victim loses all self-control on the quantities of food he is ingurgitating, explains Dr. Alan Rushmore of the Mountain View Regional Medical Center in Las Cruces.
“It is a sad thing he was not diagnosed before his tragic death,” he explains. “Death rarely occurs from binge eating disorder (BED) but can have damaging effects on a person’s health in the long term if not treated properly. He visibly suffered from a very extreme case of BED as it seems he was unable to stop eating the ice cream, even though he must have suffered from intense shivering and mental confusion moments before he lost consciousness.”
The family of the victim is threatening to sue the ice cream company because there was no legal notice on the package that warned of the dangers of eating ice cream in large quantities.
“My son was terribly sick but he was also very smart. If there had been a notice on the package that ice cream could cause death, he would have never eaten so much. All this could have been prevented if the company had taken its responsibilities,” she told reporters in tears. “They are clearly to blame in this case and we definitely intend to sue them for what they have done to my son” 
Although binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder in adults, an ongoing habit of consuming large amounts of food in a short period of time ultimately leads to weight gain and obesity but is rarely deadly. As of January 2015, Lisdexamfetamine is the only drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration in the United States specifically for the treatment of binge eating.

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