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Man has eaten 10 Big Macs a week for 30 years

Published On: Dec 24 2013 06:34:59 AM CST   Updated On: Sep 19 2013 09:44:21 AM CDT
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Today is National Cheeseburger Day and one man is celebrating by doing what he does six out of seven days a week: he's eating a Big Mac.

Dennis Rosenlof of Salt Lake City, Utah, has eaten roughly 12,000 McDonald's Big Macs over the last 30 years, reports KSL. He eats his first burger at the same time every day, around 10:30 a.m, which is when McDonald's stops serving the breakfast menu and starts serving Big Macs. Overall, Rosenlof consumes 10 Big Macs every week. His only Big Mac-free day is Sunday, when he eats his wife's cooking.

For the skeptics who may wonder about the health ramifications of eating so many Big Macs, Rosinlof claims he is in great health. The 64-year-old's cholesterol level is under 200 and even if he eats two Big Macs a day, he is still consuming fewer calories than the average man.

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