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  • Dr. Oz and Mark Wahlberg are feuding over breakfast.

  • He understandably, feels very passionately about breakfast.

  • He's bought into the dogma that you have to eat breakfast to be healthy.

  • Oh hey, Mark, listen, I watched your video and heard the taunting.

  • But I didn't see any push-ups being done, certainly not one-legged push-ups.

  • The ball's in your court, my friend.

  • Anytime, anywhere.

  • Did I get to 20 yet?

  • I've lost track.

  • I'm about to work out now.

  • I don't know if I need to, but I'm coming for you, Dr. Oz.

  • So, who's right?

  • Haven't we been taught that breakfast is the most important meal of the day?

  • Why would you force yourself to have breakfast when you're not hungry?

  • 'Cause think about it, our ancestors, they didn't get up with a big buffet of breakfast.

  • They'd get up and they had to go hunt their prey.

  • Wahlberg works out every day.

  • He wakes up at 2:30 a.m.

  • Has breakfast at 3:15. (a.m.)

  • Works out from 3:45 (a.m.) to 5:15 (a.m.)

  • And then has a second breakfast at 5:30 a.m.

  • He eats six to seven meals each day.

  • I wish I looked like him.

  • And for Mark Wahlberg, this actually works, whatever he's doing obviously.

Dr. Oz and Mark Wahlberg are feuding over breakfast.

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Should You Eat Breakfast? Dr. Oz and Mark Wahlberg Debate It

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    Cindy Lin posted on 2020/08/04
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