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Fun in the Kitchen and Eating 300 Calorie Meals Leads to Weight Loss for Fat Guy
Date:6/19/2012

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 19, 2012

The colorful host of Eat300's MyUnexpectedGuest told himself “I was going to remove this damn weight once and for all!” He asked himself, “Your 46 years old and halfway through your life – when exactly are you planning to lose the weight?” He decided to live the second half of his life feeling great and looking even better. He wanted to look marvelous!

The goal of the online cooking channel titled The Unexpected Guest which can be found at Eat300.com, is to show people with a passion for cooking that it’s still possible to eat healthy and take off the weight. He also tries to show people who are new to cooking how easy it is to make food from scratch. John is very funny and has a very care free style when it comes to cooking and presenting techniques in the kitchen. When discussing the cooking channel John went on to say “Sometime you make mistakes and sometimes you set a pot-holder on fire but that’s real life cooking in the kitchen!”

John lost fifty pounds eating five or six meals a day with around 300 calories per meal. Astonished that at 46 years old he could lose four to six pounds per month just by watching calories – boring yes but it is still the only way. John later stated “I have battled with my weight since I was a child and never have I taken off weight or kept it off so easily.”

In the process of losing weight, he found it nearly impossible to find healthy meals under 300 calories that tasted good and had a significant amount of protein. He had also encountered many people with the same frustrations. According to Clese “Healthy food is rarely available for delivery and current diet food p
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