Everyone knows Jared Fogle. Ten years ago this spring, the 425-pound student at Indiana University began a diet that included daily visits to his local Subway restaurant. He had seen the store advertising low-fat meal options and decided to try them, creating a low-fat 6-inch sandwich for lunch, and an all-vegetable creation for dinner. He dropped 245 pounds, began exercising and went on to become Subway's 190-pound spokesman. “Basically, his story has been, ‘Cut your calories and start ...

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