Usain Bolt has offered an unsual recipe for success for an athlete which is certainly not coming across as a very popular suggestion among nutritionists. Star runner Bolt has revealed that while competing in the Beijing Olympics instead of eating a lot of delicious and nutritious Chinese food, which is generally low in fat and calories, he ate mainly McNuggets. News.com.au reported on Nov. 4, 2013 in New Zealand that while in Beijing Bolt ate 1000 McNuggets.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, who is known as the fastest man alive, says he ate 1000 McNuggets during the Beijing Olympics. Bolt, who was 22 years old at the time, says he thought that Chinese food was odd, so he went to the nearest McDonald’s in search of his favourite food, which is chicken McNuggets. He doesn't seem to care that chicken McNuggets are much higher in fat and calories than your standard Chinese meal.
Bolt started with a box of 20 for lunch, then more for dinner. The next day he had two boxes for breakfast, one for lunch and then a couple more in the evening. He estimated that during his 10 days in Beijing, he ate 100 nuggets every 24 hours, or about 1000 McNuggets.
USA Today has confirmed reports that Bolt actually ate 1,000 McNuggets at the Beijing olympics. In his memoir “Faster Than Lightning”, which is set to be released this week, Bolt shares scandalous tales of his many relationships, his potential failures in life and his love of McDonald’s. Bolt was the winner of three gold medals during that Olympics. This guy is really an incredible athlete. It would be a good idea for him to eat more fresh fruit, vegetables, and fish and less McNuggets, if he wants to stay healthy and competitive.