1. The potato diet.
Potatoes have a bad reputation as a heavy carb food that adds inches to waistlines. But an average spud weighing 3.5 ounces or 150 grams contains only about 110 calories.
2. Lord Byron loved spuds.
The portly poet went on a potato diet. He drenched his spuds in vinegar and melted from 182 pounds to 126 pounds. More recently, a fellow name Chris Voigt in the United States, decided he wanted to test the potato theory.
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