Sad news for My 600-Lb. Life fans as Renee Biran from Season 6 of the series recently passed away. According to her official obituary, she was 56-years-old at the time of her passing. Renee was surrounded by family and friends that mattered to her most when she “went home to the lord” on Saturday, May 14, 2021.
What was Renee Biran’s cause of death?
It is not traditional for cause of death to be listed on someone’s obituary. So, unfortunately, My 600-Lb. Life fans are not sure what Renee’s cause of death was for sure. Most of the chatter in fan groups on social media, however, assume her passing as something to do with her diagnosis of Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
According to WHO, roughly 3 to 5 percent of those diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome pass away from complications. These complications include blood infection, cardiac arrest, lung clots, and muscle paralysis that inhibits the ability to breathe.
The My 600-Lb. Life star lost a lot of weight
When she joined the TLC series, she weighed in at 631 pounds. Prior to being on the show, Renee Biran was a plus-size model. She was proud of it too. But, her health took a turn for the worse. So, she sought out Dr. Now’s weight loss program. Hoping to turn her life around. To shed some weight. And, to get her life back.
Renee Biran of Season 6 lost over 250 pounds on her journey to weight loss. She was on the right path to get the weight loss surgery. But, her world turned upside down when she got diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
Fans of My 600-Lb. Life rooted for Renee. They also really loved how supportive her family was.
She will be greatly missed by a lot of people
According to her obituary, she was survived by a very large family. This includes her children Lanika Carlock, Brentney Brabson, Dimitrius Brabson, Monique Bradley, Aaron Johnson, Portia Wilson, and Travis Young (Krista). She is also survived by her 28 grandchildren.
Her obituary reads: “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.”
Her obituary also recognizes that she was a cast member on My 600-Lb. Life because she wanted to put her beautiful face out there for people to see.
Rest in peace Renee Biran.
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