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Student ate two takeaways every day for fourteen days

Student who ate two takeaways every day for 14 days, reveals that he felt his intestines would “burst” and struggle to get out of bed

  • Marc Cox, from Liverpool, claims that eating junk food for fourteen days was “terrible.”
  • The student, 21, was challenged for a new BBC documentary about takeaway restaurants
  • He claims that he got stains, became heavier and felt empty

A student told how he felt that his intestines would “crack” after eating takeaway meals for every two-week meal as part of an experiment.

Marc Cox, from Liverpool, claims that eating junk food for fourteen days was “terrible” and he felt exhausted with energy, heavy and his mental health plummeted.

The criminal psychology student, 21, was challenged for a new BBC documentary that explores the effects of takeaway meals on young adults.

Marc Cox, from Liverpool, claims that eating junk food for fourteen days was “terrible” and he felt exhausted with energy, heavy, and his mental health plummeted

He was forced to devour himself in fast food such as doner kebabs and claims that his skin protrudes from places of the greasy meals.

He told me Liverpool Echo: ‘In the beginning it was good – it was good for a few days because we didn’t have to cook or anything, but when I arrived on the fifth day, I was really tired and listless.

“We had to eat a doner kebab, for me it’s something you get when you’re drunk on a night out, so eating for dinner was the most disgusting thing ever, and one of the days we had to have it for the lunch . I think it even made me sick. “

The Instagram influencer and brow technician claims that on day ten of the experiment, he had trouble staying awake during lectures and feeling “huge.”

He was forced to chew on fast food such as doner kebabs and claims that his skin protrudes from places of the greasy meals (stock image)

He was forced to chew on fast food such as doner kebabs and claims that his skin protrudes from places of the greasy meals (stock image)

He was forced to chew on fast food such as doner kebabs and claims that his skin protrudes from places of the greasy meals (stock image)

The criminal psychology student, 21, was challenged for a new BBC documentary that examines the effects of takeaway meals on young adults

The criminal psychology student, 21, was challenged for a new BBC documentary that examines the effects of takeaway meals on young adults

The criminal psychology student, 21, was challenged for a new BBC documentary that examines the effects of takeaway meals on young adults

“I almost dropped out [of the experiment] because I just felt that my stomach was bursting. “

Mr. Cox says he had trouble looking at himself in the mirror because he felt “disgusted” and almost fell out of the experiment.

The experiment looks at blood sugar levels, the percentage of body fat, intestinal bacteria and cognitive acuity.

At the end of the two weeks he did some tests, where his blood sugar level turned out to be higher. He claims that fast food had a huge effect on his mental health.

The Truth About Takeaways will be broadcast on BBC One on Thursday, February 27 at 8 p.m.

Mr. Cox says he had trouble looking at himself in the mirror because he felt “disgusted” and almost fell out of the experiment

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