>The Tapeworm Diet

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Swallowing the Worm!

Before my fellow fatlings and fat admires blow a gasket, keep in mind that BFB does not promote nor do we condemn weight loss diets. We do strongly condemn the barbaric butchery that is weight loss surgery and more specifically the ghastly gastric bypass procedure. Because the tapeworm diet is gaining popularity I, Fat Bastard and Proud FA have decided as a public service to our millions of readers we would report on the Tapeworm diet. While it is true that the new fat acceptance promotes obesity and gluttony we are not so naive to believe that some of our members might try to lose weight via the tapeworm diet. We feel that we would be derelict in our duty to all fatlings if we did not present the honest facts about this latest diet craze. Our readers all know that we will give it to them straight and report fairly on this and any other subject that effects the lives of fatlings.


Just the facts ma’am.

The tapeworm that is used for weight loss is the beef tapeworm. Here is what Wikipedia says about the beef tape worm.

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Coach Gains proudly displaying a whopper T. saginata (Beef tapeworm) specimen fished out of the rectum of a BBW NAAFA Convention feedee who was gaining too slowly. Coach Gains, aka the Godfather of feederism knew there was a problem and quickly diagnosed a parasitic infection. A hot soap suds enema flushed this bad boy out along with 20+ pounds of foul smelling impacted fecal matter. Usually fat girls have the undesirable pig tape worm from eating under cooked pork but this bad boy was the beef tapeworm. Always thinking, the resourceful Coach Gains chopped and breaded the creature, deep fried it, smothered it in alfredo sauce and served it to his feedee. She enthusiastically exclaimed that it was the best calamari she had ever eaten.

T. saginata is normally 3 meters to 5 meters in length, but can become very large, over 20 meters long in some situations. The body is whitish in color, divided into the anterior scolex, followed by a short neck and a highly extended body proper called strobila. The strobila is composed a series of ribbon-like segments called proglottids. Unlike other tapeworms the scolex does not have a rostellum or scolex armature. The scolex is composed of 4 powerful suckers. The segments are made up of mature and gravid proglottids. T. saginata is the largest of genus Taenia consisting between 1000 to 2000 proglottids and can also have a lifespan of 25 years in a hosts intestine.

The disease is relatively common in Africa, some parts of Eastern Europe, the Philippines, and Latin America. Humans become infected when they eat beef that is not cooked fully. Prevention is easy. Cook beef until it is no longer pink inside because cysticerci die at 56 degrees Celsius. Also, if beef is frozen at -5 degrees Celsius it is considered to be safe to consume.
This parasite is found anywhere where beef is eaten, even in countries like the United States where there are strict federal sanitation policies. In the U.S. the incidence of becoming infected is low, however, 25% of infected cattle are still sold.

Is ingesting the tapeworm a safe weight loss method?

Bigger Fatter Blog will not vouch for the safety or the efficacy of tapeworm therapy except to say that deaths and injuries from tapeworm infections are very very rare and probably will not occur in healthy individuals. Deaths from weight loss surgery on the other hand are quite common. Here is what Wikipedia has to say about the dangers of tapeworm infection.

Tapeworms are usually asymptomatic. However heavy infection often result in intestinal upset, weight loss, dizziness, abdominal pain, diarrhea, headaches, nausea, constipation, or chronic indigestion, and loss of appetite. There can be intestinal obstruction in humans and this can be alleviated by surgery. The tapeworm can also expel antigens that can cause an allergic reaction in the individual.

I, Fat Bastard, asked weight loss coach CG Brady his opinion on the safety of the tape worm diet. CG Brady opined, It would seem that compared to weight loss surgery, the Atkins diet and  the other low carb schemes the tape worm is relatively safe. That being said, I could not in good conscience recommend the ingesting of a tapeworm or any other parasite for any purpose. Others may disagree and have valid points. I would say that as parasites go, the tapeworm is a far more benevolent one than the bariatric surgeon.

I also asked Proud FA’s main squeeze Thinnette her opinion on the worm and she told me that the only worm she was interested in putting inside her was Proud FA’s anaconda sized one eyed wonder worm.

Compared to other weight loss methods the tape worm diet makes perfect sense for gluttons who are unable to carry the massive amounts of weight that comes with true greedy gluttony. The tapeworm and the glutton are a perfect marriage – true symbiosis!
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I, Fat Bastard, may swallow the worm. As some of you know, I have moderated my gluttony for health reasons but as the leader of the New Fat Acceptance Movement I can best serve the movement by resuming my hyper gluttony. To refuse food is to dishonor our Belly God.

How does the Tape Worm Diet work?

Relax fellow fatlings, you don’t have to swallow a 20 foot long live tapeworm. All the dieter needs to do is swallow the tiny tapeworm cyst. The cyst will move through your intestines and attach itself where it can gobble up a lot of the food you eat. Tapeworms are hungry critters and you have to respect that. Like so many of us fatlings they too live to eat.

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Tiny tapeworm cysts when attached to the intestinal wall will eventually morph into a giant parasitic eating machines kinda like us. You won’t even know you swallowed it when it is in cyst form.

Sadly the pig tapeworm is unfit for humans. The only safe tape worm is the beef tapeworm.

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>The Fat Athlete’s Hall of Fame

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>There is not fat athlete’s hall of fame but their should be and part of NAFAM’s mission is to create a fat athletes hall of fame. We are compiling nominees and we ask our readers for their suggestions on who some of the nominees for the International Fat Athlete’s Hall of Fame.

Here are a few of the shoe ins.

There could be no argument that the greatest home run slugger of all time should be in the  International Fat Athlete’s Hall of Fame. Babe Ruth was as skilled with the bat as he was with the fork. Back in his day with  a scarcity of junk food the Babe still managed to be quite fat.

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Inductee George Herman Ruth aka The Babe, The Bambino, Babe Ruth and the Sultan of Swat was the consummate glutton. When he was not smacking four baggers and thrilling crowds at Yankee Stadium he was boozing it up, dining in New York’s finest eatery’s and banging groupies. The Babe, without a doubt, belongs in the International Fat Athlete’s Hall of Fame.

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 Born Eric Esche, Inductee The Butter Bean is the greatest super heavyweight boxer of the modern era. While we won’t be seeing the Bean anytime soon in the Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota,; we at Bigger Fatter Blog see the Bean, the king of the three rounder as the greatest super heavyweight fighter of all time and is opponents would agree.

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Big George Foreman is now officially inducted into the International Fat Athlete’s Hall of Fame.

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Inductee Rudolf Walter Wanderone, Jr. (January 19, 1913 – January 15, 1996) better known as Minnesota Fats was without doubt the greatest pool hustler to ever play the game.  Fats has been recognized by the sport was was inducted in 1984 into the Billiard Congress of America Hall of Fame for his decades-long public promotion of pool.

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Inductee William Perry (born December 16, 1962) but best know by Chicago Bears fans as “The Refrigerator” or, abbreviated, “The Fridge” and also known as William the Refrigerator Perry. The Fridge’s on field performance should put him in to the Football Hall of Fame in Canton Ohio but we feel that not only was the beloved fridge perhaps the greatest NFL football player of all time but his versatility as not only a blocker but as a running back and passer make the Refrigerator a member of the the International Fat Athlete’s Hall of Fame.

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Inductee Nelson Frazier, Jr. (born February 14, 1972) is  AKA Big Viscera, Mabel, Viscera, Big Daddy V, and King V. Best known as Big Viscera, Frazier is the most intimidating force to ever enter a WWE wrestling ring. His signature move is the body Avalanche. He is also known for boning WWE ring announcer Lillian Garcia and for breaking the Undertaker’s eye socket with a powerful leg drop.

It’s up to BFB’s readers to nominate other great fat athletes. Please give us your thought on which fat athletes should be inducted into the International Fat Athlete’s Hall of Fame.

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Another inductee is wrestler Max Capacity. While WWE bills the Big Show as as the world’s largest athlete at 650 pounds Maximum Capacity is indeed the world’s biggest athlete. Sorry Vince McMahon.

Max is not just the biggest athlete in the world, he is also a world champion in two different promotions. Max not only won the prized FOW hardcore championship but he also won the coveted WCEW hard core championship belt.

ATT: BFB READERS!

A few minutes after I finished this article one of our many astute readers left the following comment.

Meat Face said…

Fat Bastard,
I say Daley should be in like Flint. Think about it. He’s the fat man’s fat man. He’s the glutton’s glutton and he is a big fat party animal. Add that to the fact that he is the most talented golfer in the PGA and Daley should be heading the list. He is the Babe Ruth of golf.

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He has a hot thinling girlfriend who flashes her fake boobs. Daley has been arrested for his drunken antics. He’s an all American fat guy. No phony Tiger Woods PR shit with Daley. What you see is what you get. So what if he loses some weight? It will be temporary but his golfing achievements are permanent.

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Now with Tiger Woods exposed for the phony that he is Daley is a breath of fresh air to the stodgy world of professional golf. Of course I’m not only a meat face but I’m a huge huge John Daley fan.

You may want to include some Sumo wrestlers and that Russian weightlifter Vassily Alexiav.

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Meat Face is right! John Daley is a living legend and the most talented golfer to ever play the game and he did it while he was really really fat! What was I thinking? SHEESH! Thank you Meat Face for bringing us to our senses. Golfing great John Daley most certainly exemplifies everything that the New Fat Acceptance represents. ie honest straight forward hedonism, debauchery and greedy gluttony. He’s a true American hero!

I’ve got the drinkers and the smokers and the eaters on my side. They like what we do. -John Daley-

>ABC and CNN News Quotes Bigger Fatter Blog.

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>Many mainstream news outlets are quoting Bigger Fatter Blog but the latest one is is ABC News. When the media is looking for accurate and exciting information on fat acceptance they know they can rely on the Bigger Fatter Blog, the clear leader in Fat Acceptance and Obesity Promotion. ABC News recognizes Bigger Fatter Blog as the go to source for all things fat related. They know that when it comes to obesity/gluttony promotion and the normalization of obesity Bigger Fatter Blog is and continues to be the gold standard for accurate information and unbiased fair and balanced coverage on all things fat.

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Lusting for Fat: Gainers Come Out of the Closet

As Fat Acceptance Voices Grow Louder, Blogs Celebrate Putting on the Pounds

He goes by the name “Git,” a 22-year-old man from Kentucky who is on a quest: to weigh as much as he possibly can.
The photos of him as a skinny 18-year-old college student are startlingly different than the love-handled, 245-pound man that he has become.
“Lately I’ve been infatuated with the physics of my belly,” he writes on his blog, Gitbigger. “I’m starting to notice how it moves with me, how it gets in the way, and it makes me daydream about how it will feel when I’m bigger.”
“The more attention I pay to it, the easier it becomes to imagine sizes like 300, 400. I like to think I don’t romanticize it, but I can’t help lusting over those sizes.”
Those who are obsessed with gaining weight are known as “gainers,” a once-underground proclivity that is squeezing its way out of the closet as the voices for fat acceptance grow louder.
Sometimes, the practice is sexual – so-called “feederism” — when the gainer is aided by a “feeder” who takes on more and more control as the gainer becomes physically incapacitated.
They seek each other out online with acronyms like BBW (Big Beautiful Woman); SSBHM (Super Sized Big Handsome Man) and FFA (Female Fat Admirer).
An array of online blogs like Feeder Fantasy, Dimensions Magazine and Feed or Get Out extol the virtues of getting bigger.
“The days of justifying our fatness by lying and saying we have a mysterious genetic or metabolic disorder are over,” says the Bigger Fatter Blog. “We now freely admit to and embrace what the fat haters would call gluttony. We are fat because we eat huge amounts of food and we like it.”
And, as major health experts have noted lately, they say, “fat people are now the overwhelming majority.” Fat Bastard, Bigger Fatter Blog

One fat acceptance blogger wrote: “I’m tired of all of us being treated like circus side shows.”
AnnMarie, who runs a BBW web site told ABCNews.com she is not a gainer, but defends the privacy of a plus-size world.
“We’re just large people trying to navigate a world that is not built for us, in social lives that are set up to belittle and degrade us, and we try to maintain happiness, dignity, love, jobs, families,” she wrote. “We’re only different because we aren’t apologizing for who we are. We’re only different because others want to keep making us feel that way.”
The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance also condemns the practice of so called “feederism,” because it coerces a person to become larger.
In a special report, the celebrity magazine In Touch Weekly looks at what it calls Hollywood’s “big new obsession” and the perks of being overweight: “fame and fortune.”

Another credible news outlet quotes Bigger Fatter Blog. Link
The days of justifying our fatness by lying and saying we have a mysterious genetic or metabolic disorder are over,” says the Bigger Fatter Blog. “We now freely admit to and embrace what the fat haters would call gluttony. We are fat because we eat huge amounts of food and we like it.”
I give this Bigger Fatter Blogger a lot and I mean a lot of credit. “We are fat because we eat huge amounts of food and we like it.” Amen brother. Can’t argue with that. It’s the opposite of this guy that give fat people a bad rap. The ones that say they can’t help it. The ones that make a stink at the airport that they can’t fit in the seat and need a free flight.
Here are some more sources who quote Bigger Fatter Blog.
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OF ALL fat related sites Bigger Fatter Blog is ranked number 10 with a bullet!
An important point!
Finally after three years of hard work by Dr Gerald “Teddy” Bear, Fat Bastard, and even our adversaries CG Brady, Michael Karolchyk and MeMe Roth the news media is finally reporting that glorious greedy gluttony is the cause of obesity. The next part of our mission is to show them that gluttony is GOOD!
Driving the point home!
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As the Dean of Feederism I most strongly disagree with the assertion that one cannot maintain any body weight they desire. There will be no pseudo science here. What I would like to convey is that obesity IS a choice and I think it is a good choice.

Now for the science:
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Your body constantly generates energy, which it needs to power all the systems of your body, heart, muscles, brain, nervous system, etc. After that energy is used to do the many processes, it ALL then gets later given off as heat, in several different ways. Some gets lost by your skin radiating and convecting heat away. More heat is carried away by your warm breath. Your perspiration evaporates from your skin, which gives off additional heat. These things ALWAYS happens!

On average, the total food energy content that you eat/drink is the same as the total energy that your body needs for all of its operations and it is also equal to the total energy that your body gives off after it is done using it. This is called that BMR Basal Metabolism Rate, and for adult men, it is around 2,200 Calories per day. For women a little less. For people of different body types, a little more or less.

During the daytime, you are more active, and so more processes occur inside you, so more energy needs to be processed and then discarded, and so your skin temperature is slightly higher than when sleeping. While you are sleeping, everything slows down BUT DOES NOT STOP!

Consider that this whole sequence can be affected by any of the three stages. (1) You could eat more or less food; (2) you could do a lot more work or exercise to get your body processes to convert more food/fat into energy; or (3) you might alter the ability of your body to dispose of the excess heat, and also to breathe out more breaths of carbon dioxide. Your body has the capability of adjusting its activity due to differences in any or all of these three areas. Specifically, in a really hot environment, your body can shut down many systems to reduce the energy that needs to be generated, down to a low of around 20 Calories per hour (research data from Frederick C. Hatfield, of ISSA), in order to try to avoid overheating.

We are going to consider the situation for the eight hours each night that we sleep. In a relatively cool room environment, your sleeping BMR (Basal Metabolism Rate) only drops a little from the daytime 100 Calories per hour, down to around 80 Calories per hour. Your body has many processes that it still needs to do, like digestion, operation of the heart, lungs and other organs, thinking as during dreams, etc, which is why the 80 Calories per hour is very common. Your rate of breathing slows some during this form of sleep, but not too much, so it still rids the body of a lot of carbon dioxide each hour.

Now that the “I can’t be slender myth” is busted I would like for fat folks to embrace their fat, hedonistic and gormandizing ways and rid themselves of the guilt and the apologetics that has kept the FA movement stagnant for so long.
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Myth BUSTED!

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Myth BUSTED!

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Myth BUSTED!
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Myth BUSTED!
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Yes Adam, the jealous fat girls of the old fat acceptance movement are indeed delusional. I agree Jamie. I wouldn’t fuck them with Buster’s dick.

>Proud FA’s Guide to Gaining and Maintaining

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>As the Dean of Feederism it was important for me to know exactly how much to feed a female fatling to plump her up and keep her plumped. Now that I am with Thinnette I have been reading some pro anorexia blogs in order to gain a greater understanding of gaining and maintaining. This will not be my most exciting article but I feel it is important for both pretty plump gainers and those lovely lovely thinlings guys like Fat Bastard and I adore and love to bone.

It’s All About the Calories Stupid!

In spite of what the mean, jealous and angry girls in the old FA movement would like you to believe gaining and maintaining is all about calories in vs calories out. If you want to get fat you simply have to eat more food high in calories. If you want to lose weight you simply need to eat less calories. If you want to maintain you need to eat the correct about of calories.

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1. Eat a lot but don’t eat often. While this may sound counter intuitive, it isn’t. Eating actually increases your metabolic rate and it keeps you from being ravenously hungry.

2. Don’t move anymore that you absolutely must. Moving burns precious calories.

3. While you cannot avoid all fruits and vegetable remember that fiber takes up space and it take a lot of energy to digest. If you get constipated have your feeder give you a laxative or an enema. Enemas are fun.

4 If I have said it once I have said it 10000000 times – FAT FATTENS BEST! Fat contains a whooping 9 calories per gram whereas carbohydrates and proteins contain a paltry 4 calories per gram.

5. Sleep a with a blanket or at least a sheet over you. Your giant body surface loses massive amounts of of heat. Heat = Calories!

6. Use your diabetes! Take a little extra insulin to spike your appetite.

7. Look for fast food bargains and specials.

8. Replace your half & half with cream.

9. Watch the Food Network of Fatspiration.

10. Find a good food delivery service.

Now for some truly non-thinspirational words from our good friend friend Coach Gains.

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Coach Nestor Gains: Nobel Prize and Taco Bell Prize winning eating coach.

If you see a pound’s been lost, don’t give up at any cost. KEEP ON EATING! – Coach Gains

EAT! – Coach Gains

1 2 3 4 you can eat a whole lot more. 5 6 7 8 hurry up and clean your plate. – Coach Gains

Enough with the rabbit food; vegetables are what food eats. – Coach Gains

Welcome to the Metabolic Ballpark!

Ladies first.

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Here are the metabolic numbers for slightly active women age 35. If you are older than 35 the numbers will be slightly lower and if you are younger than 35 the numbers will be slightly higher. The same holds true for men.

At 100 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 960 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 480 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 1440 per day

At 120 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 1152 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 576 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 1728 per day

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At 140 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 1344 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 672 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 2016 per day

At 160 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 1344 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 672 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 2016 per day

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At 180 pounds… a mere pup

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 1728 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 864 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 2592 per day

At 200 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 1920 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 960 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 2880 per day

At 220 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2112 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1056 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 3168 per day

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At 240 pounds…… Now you’re getting the idea!

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2304 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1152 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 3456 per day

At 260 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2496 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1248 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 3744 per day

At 280 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2688 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1344 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 4032 per day

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At 300 pounds…… You’ve come a long way baby!

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2880 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1440 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 4320 per day

At 350 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 3360 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1680 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 5040 per day

At 400 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 3840 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1920 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 5761 per day

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At 450 pounds…. True dedication!

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 4320 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 2160 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 6481 per day

At 500 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 4800 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 2400 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 7201 per day

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At 600 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 5761 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 2880 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 8641 per day

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At 700 pounds PERFECTION!

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 6721 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 3360 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 10081 per day

Gentlemen, it’s your turn.

Note. Men have slightly higher metabolic rates than women.

At 160 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 1706 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 853 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 2560 per day

At 180 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 1920 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 960 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 2880 per day

At 200 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2133 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1066 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 3200 per day

At 220 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2347 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1173 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 3520 per day

At 240 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2560 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1280 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 3840 per day

At 260 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2773 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1386 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 4160 per day

At 280 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 2987 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1493 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 4480 per day

At 300 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 3200 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1600 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 4800 per day

At 350 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 3734 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 1867 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 5601 per day

At 400 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 4267 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 2133 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 6401 per day

At 450 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 4800 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 2400 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 7201 per day

At 500 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 5334 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 2667 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 8001 per day

At 600 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 6401 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 3200 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 9601 per day

At 700 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 7468 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 3734 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 11202 per day

At 800 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 8534 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 4267 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 12802 per day

At 900 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 9601 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 4800 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 14402 per day

At 1000 pounds

  • Resting (basal) metabolic rate: 10668 calories per day
  • Typical daily activities: 5334 calories per day
  • Total calories burned: 16002 per day

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100 pound woman.

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600 pound woman with 170 pound man.

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1000 pound man.

I hope our readers find this somewhat bland but data filled article useful. Weight loss guru CG Brady recommends that dieters restrict their calories no lower than their basal metabolic rate so I suppose it would follow that gainers should increase their calories to double the basal metabolic rate. I will defer to the more erudite and esteemed “Dr” Gerald “Teddy” Bear for an expert recommendation. After all he is the world’s foremost authority on science of gaining. Watch the comment section for “Dr” Bear’s wisdom.

>Kobayashi Arrested!

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>AOL News reports that competitive eater and skinny runt Takeru Kobayahsi  was arrested at the Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4th. Bigger Fattter Blog will not comment on this situation only to say that if I, Fat Bastard saw all those ultra yummy Nathan’s Kosher Wieners I too would storm the stage.

I, Fat Bastard would ask that our readers chime it with their insightful comments.

Sometimes a competitive eater has to trust his gut.

And that’s exactly what embattled eater Takeru Kobayashi says he did when he rushed the stage at the Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4.

In an exclusive interview with AOL News, Kobayashi claims he didn’t plan on jumping onto the stage when he decided to attend the Coney Island contest. Instead, he followed his instincts — and wound up in jail.

“There was so much cheering and I just got too excited,” said Kobayashi, speaking through his interpreter, Maggie James.

Before the Nathan’s event, the Japanese eater announced he wouldn’t take part in the largest contest on the competitive eating circuit because he refused to sign a Major League Eating contract containing an exclusivity clause that would have barred him from participating in outside contests, obtaining certain sponsors or making media appearances without league consent.

Major League Eating Executive Director George Shea confirms that Kobayashi’s contract did include an exclusivity clause, but he says those kinds of agreements are standard in sports leagues.

“The contract prevents eaters from doing events that compete with Major League Eating and its sponsors,” Shea said. “There are restrictions in the contract — and that’s why he’s being paid money.”

Benjamin Muessig, AOL

Police arrest competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi after he rushed the stage at the 2010 Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, N.Y., on Sunday. Kobayashi, a six-time Nathan’s winner, did not compete this year, but attempted to climb onto the stage after the contest ended.
Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest 2010
Police arrest competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi after he rushed the stage at the 2010 Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, N.Y., on Sunday. Kobayashi, a six-time Nathan’s winner, did not compete this year, but attempted to climb onto the stage after the contest ended.
Benjamin Muessig, AOL
Benjamin Muessig, AOL

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Kobayashi and Major League Eating officials weren’t able to come to an agreement before the event, but the six-time Nathan’s champ showed up anyway just before the contest began. Twenty minutes later, he was in police custody.

The eater insists he didn’t show up at the competition intending to upstage the other competitive eaters, like arch rival Joey “Jaws” Chestnut — who took home his fourth Nathan’s Mustard Belt by downing 54 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.

“There were no plans for that,” Kobayashi said.

Instead, Kobayashi says he decided to watch the hot dog contest because he wanted to cheer on his fellow eaters and because he feels a special attachment to the event he revolutionized in 2001 when he doubled the existing record by downing 50 hot dogs.

But when this year’s contest ended, Kobayashi says he went from a spectator to criminal suspect when the crowd started chanting, “Let him eat.”

Though he speaks little English, Kobayashi says he understood what his fans wanted.

“They started yelling and chanting for me, so I got excited and before I knew it I found myself on the stage,” Kobayashi said. “In my head I was thinking, ‘Wow, with all the fans cheering maybe they’re going to let me eat now.’

“But they caught me in one second.”

Seth Wenig, AP

 
Takeru Kobayashi revolutionized competitive eating in 2001, when he doubled the world record by eating 50 hot dogs and buns in 12 minutes. He would go on to win six consecutive titles at the Coney Island hot dog eating contest. Here he is after his 2006 victory.
Competitive Eating Legend Takeru Kobayashi
Takeru Kobayashi revolutionized competitive eating in 2001, when he doubled the world record by eating 50 hot dogs and buns in 12 minutes. He would go on to win six consecutive titles at the Coney Island hot dog eating contest. Here he is after his 2006 victory.
Seth Wenig, AP
Seth Wenig, AP

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Kobayashi spent a night in jail and was charged with obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest, trespassing and disorderly conduct. His next court date is Aug. 5.

He says the homemade “Free Kobi” T-shirt he wore to the contest shouldn’t be interpreted as a sign he knew he was going to get arrested. Instead, he maintains it was made to show his frustration with Major League Eating’s restrictive contracts.

“The real basic reason is because he wanted to be free from the exclusivity clause in his contract,” James said. “He was like, ‘Free me from this contract so I can be in the contest.'”

Kobayashi says he wasn’t there to eat, and he feels bad about stealing the show from the eaters.

“I didn’t try to mess up that contest,” he said.

“I guess, because of the large chanting, before I realized my body was on the stage … I guess I just have to say I’m that kind of person — I couldn’t control myself.”