Stacey Irvine Nugget

January 27, 2012 by staff 

Stacey Irvine Nugget, It’s the meal plan nobody should take on. A teenage girl in Birmingham, U.K., who has eaten nothing but chicken nuggets for 15 years, is being warned her favourite food is killing her, according to the Daily Mail.

Stacey Irvine, 17, told the newspaper she was hooked on nuggets when her mom brought them home from McDonald’s when she was two. Since then, Irvine has never eats fruit or vegetables, and loves to split 20 nuggets with her boyfriend as a pastime.

But it’s not all fun in McDonald’s Playland. Irvine has breathing problems, anaemia and was recently rushed to the hospital after she collapsed with swollen veins in her tongue. Despite all this, she can’t resist temptation.

“I am starting to realise this is really bad for me,” she told The Sun.

Single-item food diets like this one can occur when people are addicted to their food habits, want to lose weight, or even test out a theory. As an experiment in 2010, Mark Haub, a professor of human nutrition at Kansas State University, ate nothing but Twinkies for 10 week and lost 27 pounds and almost five points from his body mass index (BMI).

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