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Susanne Eman, Plus-Size Model, Trying To Become The Biggest Woman Ever (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post   First Posted: 08/20/11 04:20 PM ET Updated: 10/20/11 06:12 AM ET

Susanne Eman will do whatever it takes to become the world's largest woman.

Even if that means eating over 20,000 calories per day.

The 32-year-old Arizona mother of two plans on reaching her 1,600+ pound goal by the time she's 41 or 42, according to the Sun. Despite her enormous intake, her two sons apparently have a normal diet.

While the pursuit might not exactly seem like the most attractive of goals to go after, Eman told the Sun that she's found that men actually find her weight to be a bit of a turn-on. She's even a model for a few SSBBW websites. "The bigger I get, the better I feel. I feel confident and sexy," she told the Sun.

However, she's not even quite halfway to her 1,600lb goal. She currently weighs about 728 pounds, according to the NY Daily News. Yet it seems her daily diet will do a lot to push her toward her goal.

Buzzfeed broke down her 21,962 calorie daily menu:

Breakfast: 6 Scrambled Eggs Cooked In Butter=468 cal. Half Pound Of Bacon=1,168 cal. 4 Hash Browned Potatoes=672 cals. 6 Pieces Of Buttered Toast=600 cals. Ice Cream Shake=1,160 cals. Bag Of Animal Crackers=1,950 cals. 2-Liter Of Soda=800 cals. Bag Of Barbeque Chips=1,650 cals. 3 Ham And Cheese Sandwiches=1,576 cals.

Lunch:
3 Beef, Bean And Green Chili Burritos With Sour Cream=1,453 cals.
Salad With Bacon, Cheese And Chicken=1,479 cals.

Dinner:
12 Tacos=4,906 cals.
2-Liter Of Soda=800 cals.
8 Scoops Of Ice Cream=2,080 cals.
Pan Of Brownies=1,200 cals.

Eman maintains she's in good health. She monitors her health closely, checking blood-sugar levels weekly. She even exercises. "I go for a waddle and do stretches and exercises every day. My muscles need to hold my weight, so I have to stay strong," she told the Sun.

Her doctor, however, disagrees with her quest to set the world record. "She's playing Russian roulette with her life," her doctor, Patrick Flyte, told the Sun.

You can follow her progress her, on her blog, or through Twitter.

To see a full video report on Susanne and her goal, visit the Sun.

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