The video above is a news report about a man who ate at McDonalds three meals a day for three months. In doing so, he was testing the conclusions reached by the documentary “Super Size Me,” which attributed blame to McDonalds for obesity and poor health.
In this new experiment, the subject regulated his caloric intake daily, and at the end of three months he lost 37 pounds! And he didn’t just eat salads the whole time. Burgers and ice cream were a part of his regular diet as well. He was able to achieve this result simply by controlling how much he was eating and by walking for about 45 minutes a day.
The point of the experiment was this—to show that it’s not McDonalds but our choices that make us fat. Really fascinating. Watch above.
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I would be curious what his blood pressure was after that constant stream of sodium, however ….
You mean he burned off more calories than he consumed, day after day, and lost weight?
I heard about this and I think he was limited not only on the daily calorie intake, but also on other items such as carbs, sodium and fat.
Did it happen to say if he was also exercising as well with his mean plan?
All about portion control. Now he should hit the gym and add some back in muscle. It’s winter and that means it’s bulking season!