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In 2001 television viewers were bombarded with the Subway commercials about Jared who supposedly lost over 200 pounds eating nothing but Subway sandwiches But does this diet actually work The purpose of this paper is to examine the diet and evaluate the pros and cons of the Jared Fogle is the main man behind the idea The idea of the program is to allow consumers to eat only subway sandwiches and reach desired weight Though the subway diet does seem reasonable there is no tangible research or controlled studies to suggest that Jared actually ate only Subway sandwiches to lose his weight The only data that interested individuals would have to use is Jareds word Information about Jared can be found at Subwaycom The Subway diet the way Jared used it is simple He skipped breakfast and drank coffee For lunch he at a 6 veggie sub and a foot long veggie sub for dinner Jared states that he did not eat condiments such as cheese or mayonnaise The diet does provide variety considering that Subway offers seven sandwiches under six grams of fat Subway also offers a variety of vegetables to choose from Culturally subway does not offer much variety For example a muslim would have only 3 under 6 that would offer sandwiches with no pork of course because muslims do not consume pork Although there are no registration fees for the diet it does call for an individual to purchase subway sandwiches which can be around three dollars for a 6 and five dollars for a footlong sub sandwich On a monthly average the diet can cost about 240 dollars So how does the diet measure up to the diet planning principles Adequacy The diet can be fairly adequate if the dieter is eating one of the 7 under 6 subs that offer meat because they offer a small source of fat If eating the veggie sub such
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