A grandfather in Nashville, TN is cutting some serious weight by doing a 100-day all-McDonald’s diet. Kevin Maginnis went from 238 pounds to 179.5 pounds – a 58.5-pound difference.
Maginnis went viral for sharing his journey on social media.
From The New York Post:
He explained part of his secret to success was eating only half the provided food in each meal and sticking to water rather than soda.
He also didn’t consume alcohol or munch on snacks during the 100 days.
“Because I was eating so small, I was always hungry by the time the next meal rolled around,” Maginnis said, urging others to “stop vilifying the food” and focus on the portions.
“Are there better micronutrients or macronutrients for brain health? Absolutely. But when it comes to getting rid of obesity, reduce the size of the meals,” he said.
He claimed his blood work has also improved, noting his triglycerides are down 205 points and cholesterol 65 points lower.
“Can eating a quarter pounder with cheese improve my A1C?” he told Today hosts. “Looks like it can because I was pre-diabetic before, down into healthy ranges now.”
Maginnis has sent out endless videos on TikTok about the diet to keep himself accountable with the biggest motivator to drop the weight attributed to be healthy for this family.
Maginnis says “I feel amazing.” Watch the clip below:
Kevin Maginnis, who has been going viral for eating only McDonald’s for 100 days, shares the results of his diet that comes to an end today — even his bloodwork!
“I feel amazing,” he said. pic.twitter.com/YBZW0SlP9N
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