Woman Lost 15kg After Eating McDonald's Three Times A Day
Many of us would like to lose weight by eating solely from our favourite fast food joint, but we know it
probably definitely wouldn't happen. I'd have to be rolled out of the door and onto the scales.
The unnamed woman, who works at a McDonald's store in Taiwan, reportedly lost 33lb by only eating fast food items from the golden arches. Basically, she was living the dream.
There was method in her madness though because she was tactical with her choices - it can't all be sunshine, butterflies and fried chicken now, can it?
She said on social media that she decided to lose weight after overhearing a colleague mentioning that her legs looked chunky in a skirt.
She wrote: "I heard a colleague say that my legs were too big and yet I dared to wear a skirt, but because of you I am the person I am now. Without you, I may still be over 70 kilograms (154lb).
"I work at McDonald's and eat it three times a day. I don't touch French fries, fried chicken skin, apple pies, burger buns or sugary drinks. I only eat the burger meat, lettuce, eggs, crispy chicken wings, non-sugary drinks and peeled fried chicken."
She added that she only drank sugar-free green tea, sugar-free black tea and Coke Zero when she craved a sweet treat while managing to keep to water the rest of the time.
Within a month, the Taiwanese McDonald's worker said she saw her dress size go from an M to an S.
Accompanying her unusual diet with exercise, the young woman added: "I would run 10 laps at least three or four times a week. I would also go to the gym sometimes. When I saw that I was not wasting my time, I really wanted to cry. My hard work was well worth it."
She also encouraged others to not be stingy when it comes to filling their plates, commenting: "Please don't go on a diet. If you choose not to eat and lose weight, you may never eat again.
"There are so many delicious things in the world, if you don't eat it, it would be such a waste." More people should think like this wise woman.
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