My 600-Lb Life Spoilers: One Cast Member Passes Away

My 600-Lb Life Spoilers: One Cast Member Passes AwayMy 600-Lb Life spoilers reveal that Renee Biran from the sixth season of the show has died. She was 56 years old and passed away on may 14, 2021. Her fans were shocked and heartbroken about her passing and the cause of her death is unknown as of right now.

Renee’s Time on the Show

When we first met Renee, fans grew to love her very quickly. She was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome and some of her fans think that with the complications of it, this could have been one of the reasons for her death. The complications include lung clots, cardiac arrest, blood infection, and muscle paralysis. All of these complications can also lead to patients not being able to breathe well.

Renee came onto the show weighing in at 631 pounds. She was a plus-size model and she was very happy about her job. As she gained more and more weight, her health really started to decline and that is why she decided to seek the help of Dr. Now and My 600-Lb Life. She wanted to lose a little weight and to fully get her life back to normal as she knew it.

Renee’s Journey

While Renee was on My 600-Lb Life, she ended up losing over 250 pounds. She was doing well and fans thought that she would end up losing even more weight, but it shocked us all when she was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Her family stood by her throughout her weight loss journey and fans were happy that she had such a strong unit there.

My 600-Lb Life Spoilers: One Cast Member Passes Away

Renee had seven children and 28 grandchildren and her obituary read, “Renee rededicated her life to the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost and became a member of New Harvest Worship Center in Philadelphia, Tennessee. She was a dedicated mother, sister, grandmother, aunty, niece, and friend to all in her life.” We send all the love to her family.

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