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Man Eats Six Kilos Of Cheese A Week But Still Has ‘Eight Pack’

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Man Eats Six Kilos Of Cheese A Week But Still Has ‘Eight Pack’

A fella who chomps his way through a whopping six kilos of cheese a week is as 'fit as a flea' and the proud owner of an eight-pack despite his unusual diet.

Watch his wife make one of the colossal cheese sandwiches he's eaten every day for the last 25 years below:

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Mark King, 52, has two whole blocks of cheddar in butties prepared for him by his wife Tracey Winter daily.

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Every day for lunch Mark has sandwiches made with an entire 400g block of cheese, before tucking into the same again later on as an evening snack.

Over the last 25 years, Mark has worked his way through 7.28 tonnes of cheese, but despite eating so much cheese every day, Tracey says her husband is in great shape.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Granddad Mark, from Tonbridge, Kent, said: "I'll have anything on the sandwiches - Bovril, Marmite, pepper, mayo, pate, seafood spread, sausages - anything.

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"But it's always got to have cheese with it.

"I've never had heartburn, indigestion, constipation, nothing like that. The stronger the cheese, the better.

"I'll have 400g of cheese in my sandwiches at night and then 400g at lunch. The sandwiches at the end of the day are on top of the same ones I have for lunch."

The calories in all the cheese he eats adds up to 22,513 per week - the equivalent calories of nine and a half large Domino's pepperoni pizzas.

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Tracey thinks Mark's physically demanding work as a logger at a timber yard and a gardener help keep him trim because, despite all the extra calories he consumes through his dairy addiction, Mark weighs just 14-and-a-half stone.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

She said: "Mark's in great shape still. He's picking up and lugging logs around all day every day so that's where all the calories go. He's got an eight pack.

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"We'll have a big dinner around 6pm and then he'll eat those sandwiches without fail between 10.30pm or 11.15pm.

"We're quite traditional so I cook quite a lot of roast dinners but regardless of what meal we eat, he'll have those sarnies later on. His plates are always double the size of everyone else's.

"I couldn't sleep on a full stomach like that, I'd be ill, but he's never made any grumbles about his stomach. He's always been a big eater."

Featured Image Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Topics: Food, UK

Claire Reid
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