Watch this video about a story of a man, John Cisna, who decided to do an experiment. He’s a science teacher. I think he was doing the experiment for his class.
Anyway, he started eating McDonalds food only to see if he could lose weight. Apparently he did and got a book deal on top of loosing weight. So he got a double bonus.
Inspired by SuperSize Me, a science teacher named John Cisna from Iowa decided to make himself the guinea pig in an experiment to see what would happen if he ate nothing but McDonald’s for 90 days. The trick being that instead of consuming everything on the menu like Morgan Spurlock did, Cisna stuck to a 2000 calorie per day diet — enlisting help from his students to to construct daily meals using McDonald’s online nutritional information.
After his success of losing 37 pounds in 90 days, Cisna scored a book deal and is apparently also working on a documentary about his findings. He told Iowa’s KCCI8 News back in January:
Lost 60 Pounds:
Cisna said a typical breakfast would be two egg white delights, a bowl of their maple oatmeal and a 1 percent milk. A salad for lunch would be followed by more traditional value meal at dinner.
“So this isn’t something where you say ‘well he went to McDonalds and he only had the salads. No, I had the Big Macs, the quarter pounders with cheese. I had sundaes, I had ice cream cones,” he said.
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