In a remarkable and somewhat baffling revelation, Gholamreza Ardeshiri, a native of Iran, claimed that he has consumed nothing but fizzy drinks for the past 17 years, giving up solid food entirely.
Ardeshiri, a middle-aged man who reportedly repairs fiberglass for a living, has attributed his livelihood solely to carbonated drinks, like the Pepsi in one of the snapshots.
According to reports, Ardeshiri maintains that he does not experience hunger pangs.
Whenever you’re feeling fatigued, you rely on carbonated beverages to give you that much-needed boost of energy.
Shockingly, the Iranian man revealed to local media that he stopped consuming food in June 2006, marking the beginning of his extraordinary dietary journey that has spanned nearly two decades.
Despite his unconventional eating habits, Ardeshiri’s dedication to his profession has allowed him to support his family financially.
In particular, he managed to provide enough funds to send his daughters to university, which emphasizes his commitment and ingenuity.
This extraordinary story has captivated many, leaving experts and the public curious as to Ardeshiri’s physical well-being and how her body has adapted to such a unique livelihood regimen over an extended period.
He said, “No accident caused the effects, and I was not surprised. I still haven’t found the reason.”
Gholamreza explained how this started. He said,
“I had a strange feeling, I felt like an object like a hair was inside my mouth, I felt that the head of this hair was inside my mouth and the tip was inside my stomach, no matter what I did, it was impossible to get it out. this hair
“It was like my hair was being pulled from my throat and I felt like I was suffocating; it was so tight I didn’t know what to do. I can’t really describe it, but it felt crazy.”
Gholamreza said that he went to the doctor the next day, “They all recommended a different doctor, and the doctors, unable to diagnose my condition, referred me to their colleagues.
“I was in the doctor’s office or hospital from morning to night, but no one could diagnose my disease. I had no hair in my mouth, but the feeling was crazy. I went to every doctor you can think of to get rid of it.” of this feeling until a nephrologist and a hematologist said that it is better to go to a psychiatrist, and they introduced him to me”.
Despite seeking the help of a psychiatrist, Gholamreza Ardeshiri admits that he has yet to unravel the underlying reasons behind his sole reliance on fizzy drinks for sustenance.
The Iranian man reveals that his family refrains from eating in his presence due to their strong malaise and nausea triggered by the sight of food.
Additionally, Ardeshiri has been reported to maintain a minimal sleep schedule, resting for only four hours a night. To compensate for his reduced sleep, he reportedly consumes three liters of carbonated drinks a day, which he perceives as a source of energy.
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