Ron Lester and morbid obesity
Death from Obesity and Weight Loss
In November 2015, he was hospitalized for liver and kidney failure. By June 2016 he was in critical condition in hospice care, and on June 17, 2016, at age 45, after four months in the hospital, he died of liver and kidney failure shortly after being taken off life support.
I do not have access to his medical records, but like other obese people, he must have had high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes. A high rise in blood sugar can damage every cell in your body. In his case, it destroyed his liver, kidneys, brain and heart and eventually killed him.