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then eat pizza everyday

From Maryland;

For the past 25 years, Janssen, 38, a woodworker in Ellicott, Md., has lived on a diet that is almost entirely made up of cheese pizza.

The only exceptions: A weekly bowl of Raisin Bran, that peach he ate four years ago and the time he went to Germany and gobbled pretzels for two weeks because the pizza was not good.

Around the time that Janssen went all pizza, all the time, he was diagnosed with diabetes, which runs in his family.

Despite the occasional diabetic blood sugar blackout, Janssen said he's very healthy.

"Whenever I go to a new doctor.... my bloodwork comes back great and they say, 'You're doing great,'" he told the Baltimore Sun. "I'm active. I ride my bike 30, 40 miles at a time. I feel great.

"If I could say anything to the men of the world, it's you can do it. You can eat two 14-inch pizzas a day and be fine."

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They'll have to PRY my bacon burger ,sausage , smokes and booze out of my cold dead hands Silly

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My grandmother ate bacon every day

and lived to 92 years old. This woman does the same and is 105. I think grandma would have lived longer if they'd not put her on a "Healthy" diet. She seemed to go downhill after that. It's like taking anything off it's regular feed it's body adjusted to over the years.

The great-great-grandmother, who lives in central Texas and still dances – some of her favorites include country dancing, waltzing and two-stepping – celebrated her 105th birthday recently with a three-day event that included more than 200 guests. Although Cantrell retired decades ago, she kept mowing her own lawn until the age of 100, according to the West Texas Tribune – a heart-healthy habit that probably helped keep her going as well.

When Oscar Mayer found out about Cantrell’s love of cured pork, they sent one of its Wienermobiles to her home with a special bacon delivery. The bacon-lover rode “shot-bun” in the Wienermobile through her hometown of Richland Springs, Texas, ABC 7 News reported.

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I hear ya !

Really, who can we listen to anymore ? Who can we trust to tell us whats ok and whats not?

Remember when we were told not to eat eggs because of the cholesterol ?
I wonder how many egg farms were put out of business because of that ?
Now ,folks are turning that around, some even call eggs the perfect food.

I'll eat what I want.but, I do believe in moderation (no 2 pizza's a day for me James)

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