He Ate Only Potatoes For A Month And This Is How He Looks Now

He Ate Only Potatoes For A Month And This Is How He Looks Now
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Different kind of people recommend a varied diet for staying healthy but it depends upon you that which health regimen are you willing to follow. Certain diet has always attracted people, and they are more than eager to try them out. One such example is of Andrew Flinders Taylor, who is into potatoes way too much than a normal human being. Actually, he eats only potatoes. Now, what will such a diet lead to?

Let's find out.

Meet Andrew Flinders Taylor

Meet Andrew Flinders Taylor

He's a self-proclaimed avid kayaker and "wannabe sportsman". Though, he has been unhappy with his fitness level in the past two years.

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Different outlook on life

Different outlook on life
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He saw food as something more than fuel to keep his body moving.

Delicious is the word.

Delicious is the word.
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Out of the new dishes he tried out made of potato, this is a potato pancake.

How much weight he lost after this?

How much weight he lost after this?
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A whopping 22 pounds.

Surprise surprise!

Surprise surprise!
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However, his dietician advised him to add some sweet potato to the mix while Taylor was only eating white potatoes.

Amazingness.

Amazingness.
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Potatoes are a hub of vitamin C, potassium and fiber.

There are certainly some drawbacks

There are certainly some drawbacks
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Chris Voight, who is also a follower of the same diet, warned that there are side-effects to this diet. If on this diet, you wouldn't get enough calcium, vitamins A, E, and K and protein as potatoes are deficient in it.

Calcium-fortified soy milk is also there

Calcium-fortified soy milk is also there
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Along with potatoes, he went for calcium-fortified soy milk but many nutritionists suggested that one cannot live off just potatoes.

It's not all about weight loss.

It's not all about weight loss.
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As Mark Haub lost almost 27 pounds by staying on diet which included Twinkies, Doritos and Oreos.

Everything was good..

Everything was good..
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..his cholesterol was at good levels, "I'm not geared to say this is a good thing to do."

Doctors won't recommend it

Doctors won't recommend it
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As he was getting almost 1,000 calories less than the required numbers which weren't goood for his health.