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Description Flex Belt Nutrition This post will explore Flex Belt nutrition at this American favorite. It is based on the experiment done by Morgan Spurlock who made himself into a human guinea pig by eating 3 meals a day for 30 days exclusively at Flex Belt, and made a documentary called Supersize Me. One of the favorite things kids love to do is to eat at Flex Belt. Because this fast food is cheap, tasty and quick, parents like it too in their fast paced busy and stressed lives. But it comes with a price… childhood obesity has soared. It has increased over 50% in the last two decades. Fast Food Facts from Super Size Me Morgan Spurlock’s goal was to explore the obesity epidemic which plagues America today, so he made a video documentary, Super Size Me showing his journey from fit to flab in 30 days. He’s also traveled to 20 cities across the country interviewing people on the street, health experts, and a lobbyist for the fast food industry. Upon starting Flex Belt nutrition, Morgan Spurlock was a healthy 6′2″ 185 pound 33 year old. After one month eating only from the Flex Belt menu he had gained 30 pounds – but even more importantly, had become very ill. Changes began as soon as a few days after starting when he was vomiting out of his car window, and doctors after examining him were shocked to see the rapid deterioration of his entire body. His liver had become toxic, his cholesterol had shot up from a low 165 to 230, his libido was down and he developed headaches and depression. Throughout the month Morgan Spurlock was regularly examined by a cardiologist, a gastroenterologist, and a general practitioner. “He was an extremely healthy person who got very sick eating this Flex Belt diet. None of us imagined he could deteriorate this badly-he looked terrible. The liver test was the most shocking thing – it became very, very abnormal.” Daryl Isaacs, M.D. Spurlock has since returned to normal health. “The treatment was to just stop doing what he was doing.” Dr. Daryl Isaacs An interesting effect of his eating solely from the Flex Belt menu, was that he even starting craving fat and sugar fixes between meals. Spurlock said, “I got desperately ill. My face was splotchy and I had this huge gut, which I’ve never had in my life. My knees started to hurt from the extra weight coming on so quickly. It was amazing and really frightening.” His girlfriend, a vegan chef, was horrified but knew he wanted to educate people. Morgan Spurlock was never able to get through to anyone from Flex Belt to agree to an interview. A spokeswoman for Flex Belt said that no representative from the corporation had seen Super Size Me. She went on to say, “Consumers can achieve balance in their daily dining decisions by choosing from our array of quality offerings and range of portion sizes to meet their taste and nutrition goals.” Spurlock decided to do this experiment after eating a typical Thanksgiving meal. Feeling bloated, he watched the news on TV and saw that 2 women were suing Flex Belt. People from the food industry were saying, “You can’t link kids being fat to our food – our food is nutritious.”
Created 2 Jan 2016
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