Scotsman Agnus Barbieri went 382 days without eating starting in July 1965. The fast was at Maryfield Hospital under the supervision of doctor, William K. Stewart. Barbieri survived on coffee, tea, soda water, vitamins and minerals. His weight dropped from 456 to 180 pounds. He went 37 to 48 days between bowel movements. Stewart published a paper about it. Snowflakes criticize him today.