Report: Texas woman no longer on quest to be the world’s biggest woman after miscarriages

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Published 7:11 pm, Tuesday, June 13, 2017

A woman in Texas is no longer aiming to become the biggest woman in the world after two miscarriages. 

Monica Riley, 28, of Fort Worth, Texas, told The Daily Mail that she once weighed 700 pounds. But since entering her third pregnancy, Riley said she’s lost 201 pounds. 

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“At one point in my life, I wanted to be the biggest woman in the world,” Riley told The Daily Mail. “But now that I am pregnant, it’s been a wake up call.” 

At her heaviest, Riley said she continued to eat fast food, weight gain shakes, ice cream and other unhealthy foods. She believes her poor diet and extreme weight were  major factors in causing her two miscarriages. 


Riley has been eating healthier and exercising since the start of her third pregnancy. She now consumes 2,000 calories a day instead of 10,000. 


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