Daymon Patterson Fast Food Reviews
Daymon Patterson has the best job in the world, but the side effects are unappetizing. Patterson goes to fast food joints and reviews their newest wares for his YouTube channel. Yum, right? At 400-pounds, Daymon Patterson makes the job look fun and easy. It’s that scale and the side effects I can’t stomach.
Patterson’s YouTube channel is one of the funniest things you can watch. His over the top personality and quest for fast food delicacies are a perfect pair. Daymon will get the food and sit in his car while reviewing the taste, texture, appearance and service he received. He has this down to a science.
Daymon Patterson Loves Fast Food
Daymon Patterson has been eating fast food his whole life. He said it’s an easy option and it’s become his career, but it’s starting to affect his health. He wants to be healthy for his kids, and not get winded running around the play ground with them.
Dr Oz: Fast Food Diet
Turning Daymon into an example, Dr Oz sent him a menu of approved foods that he could get at fast food restaurants. Each meal rang in under 500 calories and there was a wide variety of places to chose from.
Dr Oz: Dunkin Donuts, Subway, KFC Healthy Options
For breakfast, Daymon had egg whites with turkey sausage on flatbread from Dunkin Donuts, adding a coffee and banana. He said it was by far the worst meal of them all because it was so dry and nothing made it better.
Lunch time included KFC’s grilled chicken breast and sides of green beans, corn on the cob, and a side salad with fat free ranch and no croutons. Dinner was a Subway 6-inch sub with grilled chicken on whole wheat bread.
Dr Oz: Subway Breakfast Options Review
The next day, Daymon went to Subway for breakfast. He really enjoyed the egg white sandwich with vegetables on whole wheat. He was a little concerned at first but the meal, ringing in at 320 calories and 3 grams of fat, was perfect.
At lunch, Daymon enjoyed a McDonalds grilled chicken sandwich and two grilled chicken snack wraps minus the bread.
Dinner took him to Boston Market, where he got grilled chicken and broccoli. He said that the broccoli wasn’t his thing, but he would definitely eat it to get healthy for his family.
In just three days, Daymon Patterson was on the way to healthy eating.