Yes, if you are doing the math in your head that’s more than 1 Big Mac per day, for 30 years. Did we mention he takes a Big Mac break on Sundays?
Dennis Rosenlof has had the same Big Mac routine for 30 years. On Monday and Tuesday he eats one Big Mac and from Wednesday to Saturday he has two.
Rosinlof’s wife of 37 years is actually a registered nurse. While she does encourage him to eat healthier considering that Dennis is six feet tall and weighs 165 pounds with a cholesterol level under 200 she doesn’t give him too much grief about his Big Mac diet.
But doesn’t he get tired of Big macs? “I look forward to going to McDonald’s every single time” said Dennis.
Rosenlof believes that his good health is attributable to his calorie intake regardless of what those calories are made up of. Each meal of two Big Macs delivers 930 calories, and on the days when he eats two he doesn’t eat much else, so he still eats less than the recommended 2,000 calories per day. “I don’t think I’m addicted,” he says, “but I do feel my body understands what’s coming, when it’s coming and knows what it has to make to get rid of a Big Mac. I think that might be one reason why Big Macs and I get along so well.”