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Here's a Bad Idea: OXO, Not Just for Hugs and Kisses

Here's a Bad Idea: OXO, Not Just for Hugs and Kisses

The BBC reported that a Cornishman lost 101 kg (222.2 lbs) in one year on a new diet that even Fit hadn't heard of.

To find out what it was,

Steve Kay lost a whooping 222 pounds using a diet that consisted of only OXO cubes, fruits and veggies.


Fit's Take: Don't try this at home. As with any fad diet once you stop, your body will adjust adversely and all your hard OXO drinking work will be wasted on just a whole lot of sodium (OXO cubes are full of salt). However, veggies and fruit are always a great way to enhance your diet.

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SWEET-C9363 SWEET-C9363 10 years
lol pam
pinkangelmonkey pinkangelmonkey 10 years
im sorry i just have to point this out and im not trying to be mean...but he looks like fat b@st@rd in the first pic from austin powers...
JessNess JessNess 10 years
so he is basically on a liquid diet? Wasnt Oprah on a liquid diet, lost a bunch of weight and then put it all back on plus some. That type of weight loss and gain is so hard on your body
bluejeanie bluejeanie 10 years
as long as he's healthy...those brothes usually have a lot of sodium in them, i can't imagine it's good for his heart.
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