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Monday, January 28, 2013

Couple addicted to Burger King and McDonald's lose 17st between them after ditching takeaways

-Emma and Dylan Smith weighed almost 40 stone between them
-The couple started dieting after they were too fat to fit on a ride in Butlins
-Had eaten breakfast, lunch and dinner at fast food outlets including KFC
-But shed weight after replacing burgers with vegetables and home cooking

By LUCY LAING

Emma Smith, left, weighed 22 stone, and her husband Dylan, right, weighed 17 stone when they were turned away from the rides at Butlins for being too fat and not being able to fasten the seatbelts

A couple of fast food addicts who ate every meal at McDonald's and Burger King have dropped 17 stone between them after ditching takeaway food.
Emma and Dylan Smith gorged on three McMuffins each morning before returning for lunch where they would have two chicken wraps each.
For dinner the pair, who have four children, would order burgers from Burger King.

Emma now weighs 11 stone and has dropped to a size 14, while Dylan lost almost seven stone

Weighing nearly 40 stone between them, the couple, from Froome in Somerset, were shamed into losing weight when they found they were too fat for any of the rides during a family trip to Butlins.
Emma, 28, said: ‘We would drop the children off at school and then go to McDonald's on our way home. We could easily munch our way through three McMuffins each every morning.

They joined Slimming World and replaced takeaway meals with steamed vegetables and Weetabix

‘We lived on takeaway food. And we would snack on McFlurries and hot chocolates too. It was embarrassing as the staff at McDonald's knew us so well, they knew our order without us having to ask for it.
‘We weren’t getting any fruit or vitamins and we were anaemic because of it. I never used to cook at home, we would have McDonald's and Burger King for every meal.’
The couple kept piling on the weight until they went to Butlins in June 2011 to celebrate their son's fourth birthday but could not fit on any of the fun fair rides as the seatbelts would not do up.

Emma weighed 22 stone and Dylan, 41, weighed 17 stone.
Emma said: ‘It wouldn’t click over my stomach. The assistant saw me struggling and came over and told me that if I couldn’t get it done up then I would have to get off the ride.

‘We walk three hours a day and Dylan has taken up long boarding and we also are going to start swimming and running.
‘Dylan’s blood pressure is normal and I don’t have any more knee pain. We feel like two different people and it feels wonderful.
‘We don’t miss the burgers and muffins anymore - we enjoy eating healthily now.’

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