Lose 54 pounds eating fast food and you, too, may become a media star.
At least that's how it's working out for 27-year-old Christine Dougherty, who held up her former "fat pants" at a press conference today, just like Subway poster boy Jared Fogle once did. "I know his story inspired people to lose weight," Dougherty told reporters. "So I hope my story will also."
"It's not a diet plan for weight loss," Ruth Carey, a registered dietitian hired by Taco Bell, told AOL News.
Various disclaimers on a company Web site echo that sentiment.
So what is it?
"Think of the Drive-Thru Diet Menu as better choices at the drive-through," said Carey. "And there are many Americans who eat a drive-through diet many times a week."
My question: Is anyone actually foolish enough to believe it is?
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Answer by shay1130 at 9:33 PM on Jan. 27, 2010
People actually fell for the subway diet. I mean come on who can loose weight eating hoggies for goodness sakes.
Answer by pnwmom at 10:07 PM on Jan. 27, 2010