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The Perfect Diet

There lives a young fellow in United Kingdom who could literally die without hamburgers, fries and similar junk food.
 
Ashley Clark has to consume cholesterol enriched products in unlimited quantities in order to keep "it".

At the age of 14, the boy was diagnosed with a rare illness. Ashley's blood vessels are too wide in diameter. He always has low pressure and a slower heart rate. As a result, Ashley is susceptible to often faints. On the average, it happens about three times a day. 

According to ITAR-TASS, doctors have announced a rather strict verdict. If the boy's blood pressure remains low, one of his faints might be lethal. As a result, doctors designed a special "diet" for the kid. Today, in order to maintain his blood pressure at a constant level, the boy needs to take 10 pills to increase his pressure and eat several plates of toasted bread, pizza, burgers, fries, beans, mayonnaise, and tea with chocolate waffles. In order to increase the boy's chance of successful treatment, he was also prescribed beer. In other words, he can eat whatever he wants and whenever without any limitations.

"It does sound quite absurd. My 'too perfect' health has actually made me ill. This means that in case I do not eat for too long, it slows down blood circulation and I faint," says the teenager. Ashley does not faint anymore as a result of his "diet."  He is now capable of finishing his studies at Lidsa University. 

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