Man intentionally eats high-carb junk food to gain weight before trying to lose it again

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Left: Before. Right: Now.

For the last 23 weeks, personal trainer Drew Manning has been eating "sugary cereal, soda, chips, white bread, white pasta, pizza, cakes, cookies, muffins, etc." in order to gain weight.

He's gained 70 pounds so far. In a few weeks, he plans to get back in shape by exercising and avoiding junk food. He promises to share his fitness regime.

Here is his typical daily diet, then and now:

The “Before I Discovered How Many Types of Cap’n Crunch There Really Are” Menu

  • 1st Breakfast
    • Spinach shake (500 calories)
  • 2nd Breakfast 
    • Low-carb protein bar (200 calories)
    • Almonds – (200 calories)
    • 1/2 banana – (50 calories)
  • 1st Lunch
    • Grilled chicken w/ low sugar marinade and steamed veggies (600 calories)
  • 2nd Lunch
    • Spinach shake - 1/2 before, 1/2 after workout (500 calories)
  • 1st Dinner
    • Fajitas without the tortilla and veggies – (600 calories)
  • 2nd Dinner
    • Protein shake with water (250 calories)

The “After I Single Handedly Kept 3 Fast Food Restaurants Open” Menu

  • Breakfast
    • Cereal (600 calories)
    • Juice (100 calories)
  • Snack
    • Granola Bars (200 calories)
    • Soda (150 calories)
  • Lunch
    • 2 peanut butter and nutella sandwiches on white bread (800 calories)
  • Snack
    • Chips (200 calories)
    • A “few” cookies (250 calories)
  • Dinner
    • Pasta with sauce and ground beef  (800 calories)
    • Soda (150 calories)
  • Dessert/Late Night Snack
    • “Small” bowl of cereal -(300 calories)
    • or Cake (400 calories)


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