English eating challenges and contests category

Three random eating challenges
big breakfast The Big 8ight The Spotted Cow Malton, England, UK consists of 8 slices of bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomatoes, toast, black pudding, beans & eggs
6 burgers Six Burger Challenge Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Nottingham, England, UK
big burger Big Burger Challenge Rock Inn Roche, England, UK
(All England eating challenges and contests in database)

GazetteLive.co.uk reports the George Pub in Stockton-on-Tees, England received a prohibition notice for holding a British Eating League chilli eating contest on November 7. The restaurant was previously told that its event was not in violation of the current UK coronavirus lockdown due to an exemption for "elite sport played behind closed doors".
Teesside Live reports that the Stockton on Tees town council received a complaint about the British Eating League holding a chilli eating contest Saturday during a UK-wide coronavirus lockdown. The league claimed its competition was allowed due to an exemption for elite sports without spectators. The council agreed and will not penalize the organization. update Metro UK, The Daily Mail and Yahoo have articles.
The Lincolnite reports that Kyle Gibson is the first person to finish the Tiger Loaf breakfast sandwich challenge at Munch & Go in Horncastle, Lincolnshire.
The "Hungry Badger" won yesterday's British Eating League Chilli Eating Contest. The event used an exemption for "elite sport played behind closed doors" to bypass the current UK coronavirus lockdown.
Leeds Live has an article about Beard Meats Food titled "Watch as Leeds man take on enormous 10.5oz viking burger challenge". (The article has the correct units of measurement.)
The British Eating League will hold its first eating contest in south England Friday when Bobby Jo's Diner in Southend-on-Sea hosts a chilli dog eating contest awarding £100/£30/£20.
Adam "Beard Meats Food" Moran was the first person to finish the "Heart Attack" breakfast challenge at Harty's Cafe in Lincoln, England.
Kyle Gibson ate a 480g box of Coco Pops and 2 liters of milk in 6:15 to take the first prize of £100 in Saturday's British Eating League contest.
Max Stanford edged Kyle Gibson by one chicken nugget to win the first prize of £1000 in yesterday's British Eating League chicken nugget championship.
The British Eating League will hold today the first of four qualifiers for a parmo eating contest awarding 500 pounds. Pro eaters can receive a bye to the finals. The league has started a youtube channel. The first video is a review of the organization by Bob Shoudt.
Metro.co.uk has an article about Max Stanford's win over Kyle Gibson in Saturday's British Eating League eating contest. Max's total of 141 cookies in 5 minutes was billed as a world record.
Max Stanford completed the challenge at Manzes Pie and Mash in Peckham, England, which weight 5kg (11 pounds) and consisted of 18 pies and 7 orders of mash.
Yorkshire Evening Post reports that Kyle Gibson won the first prize of £500 in Saturday's eating contest held at Mumtaz in Leeds. Gibson was the only person to finish his meal, which consisted of a whole chcken, 4 curry dishes, naan bread and chips and a kebab.
Muntaz in Leeds, Yorkshire will hold the Grand Thaal Challenge on September 12 awarding £500 to the fastest finisher.
The qualifiers for the British Eating League chicken nugget eating contest have concluded. The field for the finals at The George Pub in Stockton-on-Tees awarding £1000 on October 3 will consist of Kyle Gibson, Max Stanford, John "The Beast" Dawesy, Lewis Tordoff, Arron Badger and Patrick Finn.
Max Stanford won last night's British Eating League Big Bacon Butty eating contest, his first victory over Kyle Gibson.
ChronicleLive.co.uk has an article about Kyle Gibson eating every menu item available at Five Guys. The challenge was a fundraiser for the Newcastle West End Foodbank.
LadBible uploaded a video about Leah Shutkever's attempt at the burger challenge at Polo 24 Hour Bar in London yesterday for National Burger Day. The video has over 4 million views in less than 24 hours.
Bracknell News has an article about Kate Ovens completing the challenge platter at Blue's Smokehouse in Bracknell, England which consisted of a rack of ribs, pulled pork, burnt ends and brisket, a half chicken, three sausages, coleslaw, chips and corn. The challenge was part of the Eat Out to Help Out campaign to promote restaurants.
Kyle Gibson ate 30 doughnuts in 7:45 to win Friday's British Eating League contest, edging out Max Stanford, who needed 8:16. Max ate 50 chicken nuggets in 2:01 to win yesterday's qualifier.
The British Eating League will hold a doughnut eating contest at The George in Stockton on Tees tomorrow awarding 100 pounds to the winner. It will hold its second qualifier for it chicken nugget championship Saturday.
The first qualifier for the British Eating League chicken nugget eating contest that will award 1000 pounds will take place tomorrow at The George in Stockton on Tees.
LadBible has an Instagram post about Saturday's British Eating League beans and toast eating contest held at the George Pub in Stockton on Tees won by Kyle Gibson which has received over 2800 comments in less than 8 hours.
Metro.co.uk has a report on yesterday's British Eating League bean on toast competition held at The George Pub in Stockton on Tees. Kyle (Kyle v Food) Gibson ate 20 slices of toast and 2.5kg of baked beans in 6:39 to win the contest.

University study on occasional oversize meals

A study by the University of Bath reports that occasional oversized meals do not have an immediate negative health impact on healthy males between the ages of 22 and 37.

Those who volunteered for the trial consumed almost twice as much pizza when pushing beyond their usual limits, doubling their calorie intake.

But the study found the amount of nutrients in their bloodstream kept within normal range.

Researchers say this shows that if an otherwise healthy person overindulges occasionally there are no immediate negative consequences in terms of losing metabolic control.

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