Man Eats McDonald's Meals For Two Weeks And Still Loses Weight

Posted by Abdul Rafay in Amazing On 17th June 2021
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By eating McDonald's every day for two weeks and claiming to be losing weight, a personal trainer has attempted to expose a couple of prevalent myths about dieting and weight reduction. Finally, this is a lesson not only about moderation and self-control but also about how conventional thinking about how to eat and lose weight is frequently wrong. At least, that's what Irish fitness instructor Oisin Mulligan is attempting to convey via his TikTok account.

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Oisin is on a mission to illustrate that you can enjoy some of your favorite things while still losing weight, and he's using himself as an example.

In the first of a series of videos, he said: "I'm doing this to remove fear surrounding food.”

"No food will inherently make you gain weight - even if that food is a Big Mac from McDonald's."

Credit: TikTok/Oisin Mulligan
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He then weighed himself and tipped the scales at 82.1kg, based on that starting principle.

He'd lost 1.7kg in eleven days solely by consuming Maccies cuisine.

He explained: "I'm doing it by staying in a calorie deficit.”

Credit: TikTok/Oisin Mulligan
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"Essentially, our body burns so many calories per day or utilizes so much energy every day and if you just eat a little bit less than that, no matter what you eat, within that you will lose weight."

The concept is simple: each day, he shows himself ordering another item from the McDonald's menu while simultaneously ensuring that he walks 10,000 steps and engages in other forms of fitness.

Credit: TikTok/Oisin Mulligan
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He wants to show that calorie deficits, rather than fad diets and self-punishment, are the key to weight loss.

Oisin added: "If this doesn't show that calories are the deciding factor in weight loss then nothing will.”

"All diets work by creating a calorie deficit - but most do it by restricting full food groups, such as carbs. And I'll say it again, restriction leads to failure!"

Credit: TikTok/Oisin Mulligan
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"If someone calls your food bad or says McDonald's is inherently bad or your chocolate bar is bad when you consume that food, it makes you feel bad."

That is all there is to it. It's not what you eat, but how you eat it that matters.

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