Obviously 1 human body is... nothing compared to the sun, so if the question is easier to answer with 1 million, 1 billion, the entire human population that has passed away in history... the amount isn't as important as the result of adding the matter contained in a human to the sun.
It's a hypothetical based on 'What would happen if cremation via sun was the preferred "burial" method for deceased people?' - Would the sun go supernova sooner or later?
Or is it negligible no matter how many if it's one at a time?
Or is it even negligible if millions/billions/trillions were 'added' at once?