Gorge on Fast Food and Actually Lose Weight- Courtesy Chris Coleson

by Tanya Thomas on  July 7, 2008 at 10:44 AM Lifestyle News
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 Gorge on Fast Food and Actually Lose Weight- Courtesy Chris Coleson
Chris Coleson has revolutionised the crash-diet scene, and how! Ditch those Mediterranean, Detox and Atkins diets and eat your way into McDonald's scrumptious burgers and wraps, to lose all that unwanted flab. A flat stomach is only an added advantage!

Chris Coleson, 42 - who used to weigh 20 stone - munched salad meals and chicken wraps three times a day from McDonald's - and even ordered from the fast-food diner for his Christmas lunch.

The defence contractor, who had never been to McDonald's before, decided on the bizarre plan in December to lose weight for his tenth wedding anniversary last month after previous diets failed.

"I chose McDonald's out of desperation. I needed something ridiculous to focus my mind on," The Sun quoted Coleson, as saying.

Chris - now under 14 stone with a 36in waist - occasionally put hamburger meat in his salad as a treat.

He has now stopped eating at McDonald's and started exercising.

But he said the diet gave him "a new-found appreciation for all other foods".

Source: ANI
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