Morbidly obese woman who weighs 650LBS and is barely able to stand says her parents enable her life-threatening food addiction by giving her 'whatever' she wants to eat A 650lb woman struggling with a life-threatening food addiction is among the 12 morbidly obese people who are documenting their heartwrenching battles to lose weight on the fourth season of TLC reality series My 600lb Life. The latest season of the emotional show kicks off on January 6 with Nikki Webster, a 33-year-old food addict who is unable stop herself from binging - even though she fears it may cost her her life. 'I've done this to myself. Food has always been an addiction for me. It is killing me,' she tearfully explains in a new preview clip. Scroll down for video +6 Life-threatening addiction: Nikki Webster (pictured) is one of the 12 morbidly obese people who will appear on the upcoming season of the TLC reality series My 600lb Life, which premieres on January 6 +6 Deadly disease: The 33-year-old says she knows her food addiction is killing her but she is still unable to stop herself from binging Even though she is in her early thirties, Nikki lives with her parents, who enable her as a food addict. 'When I start my day, I can't wait to start eating,' she says. 'My mom or dad will make me a plate and send it up to me so I don't have to go downstairs until breakfast.' In the clip, Nikki's father can be seen preparing a plate filled with three sugary donuts before he sends it up on a stair lift. And Nikki admits that her parents help fuel her addiction. +6 Difficult life: Nikki has to sit down on her bed in order to dry off after taking a shower as her weight prohibits her mobility +6 Constant struggle: Nikki can be seen putting lotion in the crevices of her folds to keep her skin from chaffing 'My mom and dad cook and they get me whatever I want to eat,' she reveals. Like the seasons before, each hour-long episode of My 600lb Life will tell the story of one individual who travels to Houston, Texas, to meet weight loss expert Dr Younan Nowzaradan in the desperate hope of undergoing life-saving gastric bypass surgery. In upcoming episodes, viewers will also meet Ashley Bratcher, 26-year-old mother, who weighs 725lbs, and relies on her five-year-old son to take care of her, Despite his young age, the boy brings her food and helps with daily chores that need to be done around the house. +6 Relying on others: Nikki's father can be seen sending donuts to Nikki on stair lift so she doesn't have to leave the second floor of her house until breakfast Enablers: Nikki, who can be seen grabbing her food, said her parents get her whatever she wants to eat +6 Unable to stop: Nikki said she thinks about food as soon as she wakes up and can't wait to eat Meanwhile, Sean Milliken's emotional eating has left him with a 900lb frame that prevents him being able to stand longer than 30 seconds. According to Sean, his weight started to spiral out of control when he turned to food for comfort after he was left traumatized by his parents divorce. Last season, viewers met Marla McCants, a 43-year-old woman from Nashville, Tennessee, who weighed 800lbs. A year after she started her weight loss journey on the reality series, she was able to stand on a scale for the first time in five years, clocking in at 534lbs.