Junk Food Diet Helps Professor To Lose 27 Pounds In 2 Months
An unusual experiment offers a radically different perspective on dieting.
In a recent experiment, Professor Mark Haub of Kansas State University was able to lose 27 pounds in two months by eating a diet of only sugary cakes, Twinkies, nutty bars and donuts. To prove that losing weight has more to do with pure calorie counting and not the food’s nutritional value, Haub limited himself to around 1,800 calories a day (against the recommended 2,600 calories) for 10 weeks, which decreased his body mass index from an overweight 28.8 to a normal 24.9. He, however, cautions against imitating his experimental diet to reduce weight, as he is still researching for more information on his study.
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