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Food Theory: Matt Stonie CHANGED How Much Humans Can Eat!

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Theorists, with competitors like @Matt Stonie and @Joey Chestnut are changing the face of competitive eating. They are pushing the limits of what we know the sport to be. How is that changing the landscape of competitive eating and what will it look like in the future? Let's find out!

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Shane Richardson
Shane Richardson 3 aylar önce
Here’s an idea for a future episode: does the temperature of your drinks actually change how it satisfies your thirst or is it all a psychological trick? Edit: Also does temperature have a flavor? (Water wants to have a conversation)
vulpisnoi
vulpisnoi 24 gün önce
peanut butter feels warm
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just something Aylar önce
Food receptors
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Jorgelina Blasón
Jorgelina Blasón Aylar önce
@Don't Read My Profile Photo ok
Binary
Binary Aylar önce
i perfer hot water it helps digest more and it doesn't give you stomach ache unlike super cold water. (cold water might have never given you a stomach ache, but for me it did)
Becca Martin
Becca Martin 3 aylar önce
future episode idea: if marie antoinette’s famous saying of “let them eat cake” had actually been executed (the rulers actually gave the people cake and they ate it), how much cake would have needed to be made to feed the starving people of france? (france had a population of around 26 million, though not all were starving, just most.) would the cake have helped? would a certain type of cake been more filling/more nutritional?
Royston Daniel
Royston Daniel 9 gün önce
Hmmmmok
Straatzz
Straatzz 22 gün önce
This would be a question on a test
emanymton713
emanymton713 Aylar önce
@Sam Pepper yeah, that’s the actual course of events. All they had left was “ the good bread” so she said “ then, let them eat that!” But we know how the masses always twists people’s words to mean something they didn’t actually say.
Sam Pepper
Sam Pepper Aylar önce
cake actually just means good bread that they were suposed to only eat on Sundays because of church so they'd just be handing out bread lol
xaniella
xaniella Aylar önce
this
Maggie Draper
Maggie Draper 3 aylar önce
I find it so funny that MatPat can find the weirdest studies when I couldn’t even find a website about why leggings aren’t allowed in most schools
almibry
almibry 3 aylar önce
Video idea: I'm sure you've seen some of the lists making the rounds on social media recently of the number of food processing disasters and poultry cullings in the US from the last year or so. Would you consider making a meta video about these lists? Obviously the poultry cullings are probably due to the bird flu outbreak, but the rest of the list does make for a chilling read (even if official sources say nearly all the disasters are accidents, it's still creepy). Has there been an increase of industrial accidents in food production/processing/storage etc recently? Was there some regulation change, or side effects from losing workers to isolation policies? Or is it "business as usual" and people are just suddenly more aware of supply chain issues now that there are bare spots on the shelves and are making up theories out of boredom or something like that?
Royston Daniel
Royston Daniel 9 gün önce
Hmm
Zyke Gabriel Marchino Ilagan
@almibry it isn't even too bad honestly just post your ideas on their subreddit then you're done nothing more nothing less
almibry
almibry Aylar önce
@Zyke Gabriel Marchino Ilagan I'd rather die than make a reddit account
Zyke Gabriel Marchino Ilagan
post it on the reddit it's more likely gonna be discovered there if people upvote it enough they'll see it and do it
Yani
Yani 3 aylar önce
I've heard rumors about that! I would love for MatPat to do a video on this!!
Potaotskin21
Potaotskin21 2 aylar önce
I was watching this with a friend and they paused it exactly after he said: "And the guy who's going to be responsible for cramming nearly 90 hot dogs into someone else's" We looked at each other and burst out laughing. Only some people will understand the joke😂
Just Some Guy without a Mustache
If Matt Stonie ever turned into a zombie, humanity would be in huge trouble. The man stomach is a bottomless pit.
Violet Johnston
Violet Johnston 13 gün önce
Just saying that I don't like hotdog's
Rainbbow
Rainbbow Aylar önce
Lol
Therealivdde
Therealivdde Aylar önce
😂😂
tanjoy0205
tanjoy0205 Aylar önce
He’s the Human Kirby .
Twisted History
Twisted History 2 aylar önce
@Juggled zombies?
Desavali Akshith
Desavali Akshith 3 aylar önce
Here’s an idea for a future episode: does the temperature of your drinks actually change how it satisfies your thirst or is it all a psychological trick?
TenNine D
TenNine D 3 aylar önce
Ohhh that sound like a good idea like how hot doctor pepper different that normal doctor pepper
Miranda Keigher
Miranda Keigher 3 aylar önce
A strange idea my family stumbled across in a conversation recently: how much weed would an animal need to have in its bloodstream to register in yours after you eat it? For example, how much weed would a chicken have to ingest for you to get high from eating chicken? Is it possible? Can it even register in your bloodstream? Pretty hard to find info on that one. I'm definitely curious!
Gareth Baus
Gareth Baus 2 aylar önce
I feel like you would need to use a foie gras type strategy to get the animals to consume enough weed.
tardis022
tardis022 2 aylar önce
@Marc-Antoine Quessy Could have the animal consume some edibles and then eat the animal
tardis022
tardis022 3 aylar önce
definitely a funny thought
Working With Jim
Working With Jim 3 aylar önce
Solid video! Enjoy your fast paced script and plentiful amounts of video edits and animations
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Here’s an idea for a future episode: does the temperature of your drinks actually change how it satisfies your thirst or is it all a psychological trick?
111 2222
111 2222 3 aylar önce
Out of curiousity, has the concept from the food shrinkage theory been applied to the records? Have the hotdogs always been the same size, or are they shrinking every so often? Maybe 74 hotdogs of last year is the same volume as 50 hotdogs from 10-15 years ago.
Eyes of the Cervino
Eyes of the Cervino 3 gün önce
​@fan ficfan Yeah, but _that_ Cadbury Egg is from several years ago, when you were smaller, so of course it looks bigger to you than this year's eggs XD
Donald Bagwell
Donald Bagwell 2 aylar önce
That’s interesting thoughts
T0N1C CR4Z3
T0N1C CR4Z3 3 aylar önce
In any major eating contest they have the product weighed and size checked just for those types of issues
princess brennyn
princess brennyn 3 aylar önce
i think if anything hotdogs have gotten bigger, a lot of American foods/meals have gotten bigger, while most snack foods or ingredients have gotten smaller. Burgers and drink sizes (especially in fast food) have gotten bigger, while bags of chips have gotten smaller. Or how Dodger dogs and Costco dogs are much longer and at resturants like Dog Haus, their hot dogs are much fatter. and how the New York and Costco slice of pizza are larger than average. i say all of this to say, tho it is possible that theyve gotten smaller, i genuinely think our appetites and stomachs have just gotten much bigger.
Furluge
Furluge 3 aylar önce
This is a good point but it's also something that pretty much plagues every single sport in existence. Very small changes in anything related to the sport can often have unintended side effects that effect records. No matter how much Nathans tries to keep things consistent there's no way the buns and dogs are exactly the same as what was severed in 1916. A small change in wheat, pork, casing, ovens, etc. could all potentially make changes in how easy it is to eat those hotdogs.
Who
Who 2 aylar önce
I just wanted to ask, what is theoretically the prefect meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner?
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10:30 i think some variation of edible oil could be a great replacement. oil is much lighter then water and would lubricate the hot dogs much easier
X Again
X Again 11 gün önce
Use oil idea on top of my separate idea. Swing some oil to lube your throat. Chew and swallow a bunch of dogs. All while the buns sit in some acid (water, citrus (fruit), acetic (vinegar)). Drink the mush. All done. Fit more in and go faster.
KidVandal
KidVandal 3 aylar önce
Food Theory Idea: how did salt and pepper become the go-to dining table seasonings?
Emma Dictator
Emma Dictator 3 aylar önce
Well I can't claim to know what would be optimal, but improving on water would not be hard. Just adding sugar would increase effectiveness because sugar relaxes the stomach lining making it more elastic. There is definitely a lot of room for improvement there. The question is how harmful to the athletes it will be.
The Magnifikle
The Magnifikle 3 aylar önce
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Daniel Colby
Daniel Colby 3 aylar önce
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East_Texas_LCR
East_Texas_LCR 3 aylar önce
I went to a local fair just because I was driving by. They had a hot dog eating contest and it was $5 to enter. My wife and I entered just to get a few for lunch and support the town. There was one guy that didn't want a chair to sit in, and wanted 6.cups of water. He ate the meat first then the buns, dipping them in water. I simply ate at my normal (for me) speed (which is a little fast). After the second plate I realized I might be able to win. I ate 16 hot dogs in 6 mins and won. Then went on to win a contest where you only have to eat 1 donut, but it's hanging by a string, and you can't use your hands. I still look at my little trophy and smile some days. 😂
Royston Daniel
Royston Daniel 9 gün önce
Hmmm
Codizier
Codizier 2 aylar önce
Welcome to watchmojo, where today we'll be looking at the top 10 stories that never happened
domo mitsune
domo mitsune 2 aylar önce
@sskspartan didn't I say in my post comment that I was skinny and tall? But yes being tall and skinny is a advantage, not a disadvantage. My competitor was really skinny and tall, and they ate more than me. Then again at the time, I was broke and somewhat starving, so my stomach capacity isn't what it should have been. But we do what we have to do to survive college on a shoe string budget.
sskspartan
sskspartan 2 aylar önce
@domo mitsune didn't you watch the video? Tall and skinny is the ideal type to eat a lot, not a disadvantage
Niq 氷
Niq 氷 2 aylar önce
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JuneMagee
JuneMagee 3 aylar önce
"A pretty book" is a valid prize. I would love a gorgeous book as a prize! Even better if the book's contents were equally amazing :D
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Out of curiousity, has the concept from the food shrinkage theory been applied to the records? Have the hotdogs always been the same size, or are they shrinking every so often? Maybe 74 hotdogs of last year is the same volume as 50 hotdogs from 10-15 years ago.
X Again
X Again 11 gün önce
There is also always been my question in the hotdog scene. Dunk eat, dunk eat, repeat. What if you throw all the buns in an acidic bath (even water), eat all the hotdogs. Then drink the mush. Do you have to do each one, one by one? If not. Save room by letting the acid dissolve the buns while you chew the dogs. Then swallow. Sure, it wouldn't look pretty for the cameras. But, is it against any rules?
Armanigu
Armanigu 2 aylar önce
I can finally die peacefully knowing I heard MatPat utter the words “throat lubricant”
Jeremy Thelen
Jeremy Thelen 3 aylar önce
The other huge factor is genetic defects/modification. Kobayashi had a distended stomach, which gave him more room to store food. I saw this in the episode: True Life, I'm a Competitive Eater.
08_Garren
08_Garren 2 aylar önce
Reminds me of Terare
Jeremy Thelen
Jeremy Thelen 2 aylar önce
Yeah, he also ate a huge mountain of shaved ice that was chili mango flavored.
SiSi
SiSi 2 aylar önce
I remember that episode too, he would go to a buffet & have all these plates next to him, it was like his stomach was bottomless 😵
Writeon25
Writeon25 2 aylar önce
I overheard a conversation in my grocery store between two employees. They wondered what the difference was between a normal piece of food and a nutrient or mineral enriched counterpart. How is food "enriched" and does it actually make a noticeable and positive difference over the norm? What must a company do to be allowed to label their food "enriched"? There are so many questions and I'd love to hear your thoughts.
Maid of Heart
Maid of Heart 2 aylar önce
I’m curious if weight also plays a factor into it. I work at a hot dog restaurant, something specific we do is we steam our buns. When grabbing buns you can certainly feel a weight different on top of the steamed ones are softer. The toppings also factor into the weight too. We stack them in bags, typically those with cheese and sauce go on bottom as they are the densest. We have been asked a lot about hot dog eating contests and the owner is against them just due to he doesn’t want a choking issue to occur with his company name on the contest.
Rex
Rex 3 aylar önce
if I was gonna attempt any kind of competitive eating competition, I would use Pepsi or some other carbonated soda as my drink of choice: - The syrup may coat the throat better - the acid helps break down the food faster to make more room in the stomach - the carbonation: while the gas takes up space the water wouldn't, it can at least be released by just belching a lot - that belching helps you feel briefly less full and might give you some minutes reprieve to get over the satiety signals to your brain. I am shocked Matt Patt didn't try to plug diet coke as a potential option- but I hope someone tests my theory one day! I'm short and stout but have a small stomach, so it won't be me, but I'd love to know if I'm right.
Caedmon Berkes-Adams
Caedmon Berkes-Adams 3 aylar önce
I think the ideal substance would coat the hot dog bun without soaking into the hot dog bun and also be extremely lubricating, also edible that's quite important
leGo1489
leGo1489 11 gün önce
Matt Stonie should actually do a tier list of every food in existence
Sparrow
Sparrow 3 aylar önce
could you dip them in something to dissolve the buns so you have more room for meat? or maybe a laxative to force the hotdogs out of the stomach prematurely. you can fit a lot more in you if you're using the entire digestive tract instead of just the stomach.
Teddy Bear Fanclub (TBFC)
You’re channel is great. I love tuning in and binging it. I like this more than Game Theory and Film theory.
Carina Johnson
Carina Johnson 3 aylar önce
This was fun to watch👍😅 I'll admit the vomit reflux was real🤢. Great video as always⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Maphoka Mokuku
Maphoka Mokuku 3 aylar önce
This doesn't have anything to do with food theory but I just wanna thank matpat coz since my physics teacher sucks so my class once wrote a test with questions that we were not taught about and the only reason that I passed that test is because I watched a game theory about mario and that's how I learned to calculate the gravitational force of a planet using the mass of an object's so thank you matpat and I love being a theorist💚
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just something Aylar önce
Lmao
Sethb124
Sethb124 2 aylar önce
@McBedo I think op edited their comment to clarify or something. Either that or I completely read it wrong. In the original, it said "I learned how to calculate the mass of a falling object" or something to that effect
McBedo
McBedo 2 aylar önce
@Sethb124 the object doesnt have to be falling though? You asked specifically about a falling object, i answered accordingly. I'm not sure what else you're really trying to say at this point.
Sethb124
Sethb124 2 aylar önce
@McBedo "Weight" is just the pull due to gravity, and as long as you're on earth, it's pulling on you and you have weight. My confusion comes because if you wanted to know the mass of a falling object, you need to find its weight at rest (but then that begs the question, why does the object have to be falling? Falling makes no impact on its mass)
McBedo
McBedo 2 aylar önce
@Sethb124 if smth is actively falling it becomes weightless as far as i know. Though that was more of a "you trapped in a falling elevator" situation. I'm not sure if that applies to every case of free falling. Your mass will still be there though, and mass is constant. So to measure the mass of a body that is actively falling, you have to know the body's weight at rest. Because the body's mass wont change regardless of scenario. Unless the body is moving at near the speed of light ofc, but thats a whole other can of worms.
T W
T W Aylar önce
this is so random but mat i think you’d be awesome at consulting scientific research or research start ups for creative directions, guest speaking at research conferences, or something like that in your off time. the fun way you approach learning about something, and also learning about HOW to learn about something, is so refreshing
mefikFS
mefikFS 3 aylar önce
Hey Matpat, do you think there is something like "optimal" amount of ice cubes in glass of coke?
EternalFlameofHeaven
EternalFlameofHeaven 3 aylar önce
I'll need to revisit a claim I heard about eons ago. I recall being told a stomach can rupture from being too inflated. I would be curious to know how the density of the food (thereby increasing weight) and the general expansion of the food due to fluids/gas (thereby increasing volume) would compute towards the maximum human limits of the stomach capacity. Another point I wish was more discussed here was how the competitors offset the massive caloric intakes to still maintain their figures.
Hannah B
Hannah B 3 aylar önce
Your conclusion was weirdly uplifting. Godspeed to the kid who's going to make it to 87 dogs.
Marni M
Marni M 3 aylar önce
Please keep in mind that the top TRvid food challenge channel creators, like Erik the Electric, Beard Meats Food, Joel Hansen, Leah Shutkever, and the Takedown Twins all eat incredibly healthy and low-calorie diets outside of their challenges, even fasting sometimes, and lead very athletic lifestyles to balance out the effects of eating so much at once. Stay healthy everybody ❤
Royston Daniel
Royston Daniel 9 gün önce
Hmm as long as u don't get obese
Royston Daniel
Royston Daniel 9 gün önce
@Cristini arguedini purge
Cristini arguedini
Cristini arguedini 16 gün önce
You forgot to say they purge
Micah Birdlover
Micah Birdlover Aylar önce
@Evan Bismarck Rodrigues I remember watching nicocado avavodo ☝️
Micah Birdlover
Micah Birdlover Aylar önce
@Blyatiful Chao funny 🤭😃 avocado used to say that ☝️
SuperNova999
SuperNova999 3 aylar önce
Hey mattpat I got a theory for you, since coffee doesn't actually energize you, and it just blocks nerve and brain cells from receiving the enzyme that tells us that we are tired, is there any type of food or drink that will energize us instead? (I don't feel energy drinks would be the correct answer for this since it makes us sluggish)
BKnight7z
BKnight7z 2 aylar önce
What if the beverage were something like rubbing alcohol that evaporates quickly but is still there long enough to use as a lubricant? You’d obviously have to get around the downsides of ingesting rubbing alcohol lmao but maybe there’s an idea there if someone were looking to “Develop a new beverage” for a contest like this
Zyke Gabriel Marchino Ilagan
nah the challenge states that "you can bring any liquid as long as it's not alcohol"
Shane Keena
Shane Keena Aylar önce
I was thinking that. Something that either the body could absorb or that can evaporate quickly. Also, I would seriously look into ways to heat your body temperature up, so as to encourage the evaporation of the liquid. Obviously doing some workouts right beforehand come to mind, but perhaps a good drink of coffee or tea could help. Also, would it be a good idea to heat water up to as hot as it could be without burning your mouth, esophagus and internal organs?
ENOS GAMING
ENOS GAMING 3 aylar önce
I was in a hot dog eating contest today and started off pretty good. I got second place but that was because I started to laugh looking at my competitors and my uncle was one of them and he kept making laugh because he's a joker
Ashlie Regis
Ashlie Regis 2 aylar önce
I think the obvious first step towards that magical water replacer to give an extra edge would be, collecting your excess saliva prior to a competition so it'd be breaking down the bun not just "much like saliva" but exactly like! Maybe even dissovling some extra enzymes or something.
Kirby?
Kirby? 3 aylar önce
“So how many hotdogs can a human really eat in a minute?” Matpat: “Do I look like I have an answer?”
Kirby?
Kirby? 3 aylar önce
@gehog That would equal about 8
Niko
Niko 3 aylar önce
The most hot dogs eaten in 3 minutes is 9 and was achieved by Josué Montero Durán (Spain) in Madrid, Meaning that in a minute you can eat 3 or more hot dogs, crazy.
Wolfheart Foxlover
Wolfheart Foxlover 3 aylar önce
Laughs in Escape The Night Season 3
gehog
gehog 3 aylar önce
@Rpg Penguin ye but thats in 10 minutes and he asked for how many in 1 minute
ViracochaFI
ViracochaFI 3 aylar önce
Depends of the size.
fuge74
fuge74 2 aylar önce
I love that you mentioned and used an actual research paper. I think some people underestimate how nice it is to not have to always perform your own experiment.
Ephiuca
Ephiuca 2 aylar önce
I can't help but be weirdly shocked and happy that yuka got mentioned, I've loved her for a long time it's nice to see her getting recognition.
Matthew Mains
Matthew Mains 3 aylar önce
Neither of my favorite eaters were mentioned, so I'll add them here: Molly Schuyler (pronounced like Skylar) and Geoff Esper. If those two had children, I would fear for our future food supply.
Midnight Demon
Midnight Demon 3 aylar önce
This summer I’ve been trying to make the perfect hot dog. Y’all made a video on the perfect hamburger, perhaps y’all can make one on what makes the perfect hot dog?
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Future Food Theory idea: My friend and I was wondering if a bagel is an unsweetened donut or if a donut was a sweet bagel. We both really want to know the answer to this question!
Sanbal_x
Sanbal_x 2 aylar önce
I do think eventually it'll just depend on the size of an individual, I'm sure if you had Andre the Giant with his enlargened organs from Gigantism, he just has more capacity. I think this is 1 of many factors that play into Joey Chestnuts dominance. Edit: Wow, I said it before watching the video and you actually tackle it!
Lauren Wisner
Lauren Wisner 3 aylar önce
Randy Santes is genuinely a very nice guy. I’ve met him a hand full of times but every time he treats me like his old buddy. Love to see that in this community
Necroes 2000
Necroes 2000 2 aylar önce
I'm afraid I'm going to have to disagree with you on the "better than water" thing. While you're generally right, that if there Is a better alternative, someone will find it... That doesn't mean that there is. Scientifically speaking, water is already a pretty amazing lubricant for this purpose. Our bodies are built to take in massive quantities of it, harmlessly, and it's cheap and plentiful. Basically anything else humans can drink in that quantity, safely, is going to be water with something else added to it. As adding to the water will just defeat the purpose, by just taking water and making it heavier, there's not a great deal of room for improvement here. There are a few other elements we can safely ingest, but most of them that are lighter than water aren't safe to consume as a liquid, generally because they'd be too cold. Alcohol is less dense than water, and we can consume it, but it's literally the one thing disallowed by the rules of the contest. Not to mention, consuming anything with enough alcohol in it to make a difference at the same rate as competitive eaters consume water would likely result in death. Various light oils are less dense than water, but are also a good deal more viscous, meaning they won't soak into the bread as well and won't be as good a lubricant as water for this purpose. Also, given most oils that are food safe are also highly caloric in content-at least compared to water-making a swap of water for oil would increase the calorie intake of these competitions by a huge amount, which could have pretty potent side effects. The only option I could even hazard a guess at would be something with enzymes in it which would start breaking down the food as you ate it. Pineapple juice and similar are great meat tenderizers because the enzyme bromelain in them will actively break down protein chains. Drinking something that helps digest the food you're eating for you seems like a reasonable alternative to help you eat more, but the problem is that bromelain also breaks down the proteins that make up humans, and drinking huge quantities would make your mouth sore. Some competitive eaters I've seen do occasionally use carbonated drinks to help them with challenges, but it seems to be more about a change of flavor to fight food fatigue over any mechanical advantage. While carbonated drinks can be used to help coax out built up gas, carbonated water is slightly more dense than water to begin with, which means burping up the carbon dioxide just leaves you with water left in your stomach, with some added dissolved carbon in it. There's a possibility some one might come up with an optimal mix of beverages, which might help in challenges concerning total quantity of food over speed, but it seems to me that constantly switching between beverages as you eat will be more time consuming than any minor benefit it might allow would provide. Also, something important to keep in mind is cost. Someone Might be able to produce some kind of super-water, that is somehow lighter than normal water but otherwise basically the same, but if it's prohibitively expensive to produce then there's no way anyone will be able to afford a half-dozen bottles of it be made every time they have to do an eating challenge.
Vomitedtoe71
Vomitedtoe71 3 aylar önce
Currently in the hospital for a couple weeks I look forward to these videos even more than getting out. Thank you matpat and the whole team for providing me and so many people with something to look forward too and brighten their day. We all appreciate you Edit: thank you to everyone wishing me well this is why I love the theorist community
Probably the DM
Probably the DM 3 aylar önce
Hope everything does well for you and you fully recover from whatever it is you're in for!
Progect
Progect 3 aylar önce
@Бенито Муссолини [Best TRvidr] what’s a brain
Diamond1234
Diamond1234 3 aylar önce
Ah, hopefully, everything goes well for you!
Vomitedtoe71
Vomitedtoe71 3 aylar önce
@ArtisticAlexis you get it
Another Soul
Another Soul 3 aylar önce
watch ryan trahans penny series, it should keep u busy, get better soon!
BreadedButterMan
BreadedButterMan 3 aylar önce
Throughout many of the sports humanity has created over the years, we've seen one similarity: They make the participants healthier by being physically active... Food eating challenges are not one of those sports.
Obsession_Expert
Obsession_Expert 2 aylar önce
But you have to be healthy to be good at the sport sooo
fuge74
fuge74 2 aylar önce
the first thing to come to mind is carbonated water, or any acidic water. I think this would massively help with pre-digestion.
Dregenbern
Dregenbern 3 aylar önce
Theory idea: why do we as humans tend to just keep chewing if food is too hot? If you touch a hot stove everyone immediately nopes out
Ww_bz
Ww_bz 3 aylar önce
Video idea: If you had to survive as long as you can in a major Fast food restaurant which would you choose which will you survive the longest in
Donald Bagwell
Donald Bagwell 3 aylar önce
Other food ideas related to this: 1) what food can be eaten fastest/ best for competitive eaters? As is a hotdog, and cupcakes or whatever? Also the worst food used in contests 2) what is the best routine for a competitive eater? Like are there myths or similar? 3) which TRvidr is the best competitive eater. Not Matt or pros
Gaunerchen
Gaunerchen 2 aylar önce
2) One thing I know is that starving yourself before is actually counterproductive. When you dont eat, your body goes into fasting mode and isn't ready digest large amounts of food. Therefore competitive eaters usually have small bites throughout the day to keep their metabolism going.
mugiwara no boring
mugiwara no boring 3 aylar önce
yes
Awxen
Awxen 3 aylar önce
We're looking at a future where competitive eating as a sport will be supplemented by the usage of 'super' laxatives. The tradition is set to evolve in a manner where an athlete's performance during a contest would be determined by how quickly they can "output" while they eat.
Jacob Wansleeben
Jacob Wansleeben 2 aylar önce
I wonder how it would affect the results if instead of using water they used some kind of oil, like cooking oil or olive oil?
Gamer Prodigy10
Gamer Prodigy10 3 aylar önce
I want to see how many hot dogs someone can eat without stopping without any time limit. This could be an insane number.
WatchingDude
WatchingDude 3 aylar önce
Have you thought about thick water? It's thicker to help with swallowing but it also should be less likely to be absorbed into something.
Astra Love
Astra Love 3 aylar önce
I feel like the drink they'd make for this is one that'd take away your sense of taste because from what I've heard the reason why you can eat so many cheetos in one sitting is because they realized the less they put flavor in the more your body trys to fulfill the amount of flavor it wants
hoyett rogers
hoyett rogers 3 aylar önce
It needs to be slippery and not prone to soak the bread with water and add mass. The answer is okra slime.
scaper8
scaper8 3 aylar önce
That's one of the reasons that a close second to water has been (don't know if it still is, but probably) lemonade. Usually a tart one. The sourness helps to overpower the food's tatest and plays some with the brain and what it does autonomicly over the body.
JunyJunez
JunyJunez 2 aylar önce
I would join an eating challenge just to slowly enjoy all the food they give
Balin Featherkile
Balin Featherkile 3 aylar önce
Here is a possible theory: how much soda would a person have to drink for purchasing a soda fountain save them money? How long would it take and what could be the possible health effects?
ok thx.
ok thx. 2 aylar önce
I did cross country for the scholarship deals my junior year. That’s some of the most pain in such long intervals I’ve felt in my life. I have so much respect for runners, especially ones that have a lot of endurance
Nightmare_ Moon1987
Nightmare_ Moon1987 3 aylar önce
There's so many people who eats like a monster. Full respect to all of them who can stay in shape especially the channel Tzuyang she goes to small to big businesses showing her love for food and it's always a laugh seeing everyone's reaction of the amount of food she can digest for such a small buddy XD
Vanaris
Vanaris 3 aylar önce
idea for a episode: explore which is more effective for cooling you down: hot beverages vs cold beverages, since both are capable of this, one by making you sweat, and one just by being cold
Rex
Rex 3 aylar önce
@Inte Viktigt yo for a second I thought you meant the heating up of the hot beverage using a kettle or whatever was the waste of energy and I typed an entire post about how fridges also use energy to make ice cubes or cold drinks, im so glad I read that twice!
Inte Viktigt
Inte Viktigt 3 aylar önce
Obviously cold liquids as you need to waste energy to heat the liquid to body temperature. The other by removing liquid by evaporation
ShinySahil
ShinySahil 3 aylar önce
the difference between matpat and the other scientist is that the scientist was using what we have now and matpat is thinking of what we could have and what people are doing... what the future of it will be they were both very smart but they had different perspectives which really effects results
kevicodin
kevicodin 3 aylar önce
im i the only one who misses matpat math explanations? i mean, i learned more about physics, chemistry and any other kind of knowledge with him than what i learned in school
Alea
Alea 3 aylar önce
Slippery elm or Aloe would probably be a good alternative or additive to water. They're viscous like saliva and have prebiotic qualities.
Peach better watch out a new princess is in town
Man why couldn’t matpat ever be my teacher I feel like learn more cool things interesting things here than what I learned this whole year at my own school 😭
Dredgen Gam
Dredgen Gam Aylar önce
The average height changed by 2 inches... It used to be 5'7ft that was once considered average and for a time afterward 5'8ft... Perhaps the variables were the people saying what the average was while the actual value stayed constant?
Atlas Norris
Atlas Norris 3 aylar önce
Hey matpat commenting on your spice chasing episodes from a couple months ago i think that an ice cream float would work because soda did something and it provides the refreshing cold. In saying this I have not personally tried this so please don't get upset if it doesn't work :) .
HootOwlMe
HootOwlMe 3 aylar önce
“I want to see how much food somebody can eat. Here’s this paper done BY A DOCTOR. It’s wrong” -matpat, professional TRvidr just saying… there’s no way this theory is more accurate then the doctor’s prediction.
Filip Polák
Filip Polák 2 aylar önce
The doctor is wrong. He did the math, but used wrong numbers. He operated with mass of "dry" hotdog in his equation and absolutely omitted the water. What Matpat does is a nonconventional peer review. I'm sure that if Matpat wrote his conclusion as an article, it would get published in the same journal. BUT there is also a catch - the doctor used a formula that takes results of competitions in history to find out best result possible in the future. So maybe his prediction will be correct, but the rest of the article is unfortunately not accurate. (Also, I'm going to write the doctor an email to make him aware of this fact, so if he replies, I'll post an update here).
Rookie Lorenzo
Rookie Lorenzo 3 aylar önce
@Massacre Matt honestly no it means that he went to a good school nothing more
Massacre Matt
Massacre Matt 3 aylar önce
@Rookie Lorenzo it’s an elite university it doesn’t mean he is a genius but it means he is intelligent
Bruh
Bruh 3 aylar önce
Yes because finding out how much hotdogs can fit into a human is a doctors specialty even though doctor work with medicine, not food or math
Rookie Lorenzo
Rookie Lorenzo 3 aylar önce
@Massacre Matt that doesn’t make him a genius…
Jay-stuff
Jay-stuff 3 aylar önce
Hey MatPat can u do a theory on why mcdonald’s sprite just hits different?
Griffin Mueller
Griffin Mueller 3 aylar önce
Hey matpat, I just had a question while watching this, could someone with a higher metabolism eat more hotdogs than someone with a lower metabolism, or would your metabolism need to be so high that isnt not possible to have an effect on a contest?
RadoMiami
RadoMiami 3 aylar önce
I'd assume unless you have the metabolism of a small car engine, metabolism probably wouldn't be much of a factor.
Some guy
Some guy 3 aylar önce
Maybe it would help stave off the long term repercussions of eating so much food but it certainly wouldn't affect the actual competition
Andrew Halliwell
Andrew Halliwell 3 aylar önce
10 minutes isn't even enough for digestion to factor into the equation
Pantalonesdemuerto
Pantalonesdemuerto 3 aylar önce
I don't think that 10 minutes would be long enough for your metabolism to factor in much. It might help you practice without gaining a bunch of weight, though.
im sacred
im sacred 3 aylar önce
Let's be honest we all enjoyed this video by having this: *trvid.com/video/video-ykxs0_TeKZY.html*
CaraDoughnutLady7
CaraDoughnutLady7 3 aylar önce
I admit since I just watched Princess Bride I instantly thought of how much Andre the Giant was said to eat in an autobiography special I’d watched awhile go, he could but away a lot and was a great guy.
KM Young
KM Young 2 aylar önce
I just watched Good Mythical Morning guys taste test Burger King vs. McDonald's. I'm shocked by the difference between the two restaurants packaging!! I think an episode on how hot fast food packaging keeps the food would be interesting!!
FrickenDweeb
FrickenDweeb Aylar önce
Would edible water based lubricant work better than water, and would it even be allowed as a drink? Questions I never thought I'd have after watching a Matpat video.
Milomax123
Milomax123 3 aylar önce
Matpat. I have a question involving food. Is it possible to extract the potassium from Potato’s and Bananas to theoretically create a Atomic device since Potassium is radioactive in high amounts.
Blender Vendor
Blender Vendor 3 aylar önce
The drink at 10:58 should be orange juice.... My mum accidentally found a cool hack for buffets, drink orange juice becuase of how acudic it is it will break down the food faster. I thought it was bs but I tried it one time having churrasco and I could eat twice the amount I can usually stomach. Probably with that in mind 114 could be doable for someone of average build. Maybe... I'd have to test it to be sure. It just wouldn't taste very nice.
Roger Dodger
Roger Dodger Aylar önce
The problem here is that the acid in orange juice can also cause acid indigestion. Perhaps a bit of orange juice could be used to increase the rate of absorption of the food but the question was “what liquid doesn’t add volume while improving viscosity of the bun?”
WB
WB 2 aylar önce
I'm sure anyone eating competitively are not thinking much about the taste, After 20 hotdogs you wouldn't want to look at another hotdog but then you eat another 20 hotdogs and then you decide to just eat another 20 for good measure
Andrew Davis
Andrew Davis 3 aylar önce
@Mattpatt I perked my head up when you talk about the movement of technology and progress in the competitive eating world and other sports like running. It’s called the invisible hand of the free market. Or the unseen forces driving the free market economy. See economist Adam Smith (1759)for details
Squidgy
Squidgy 3 aylar önce
I am so thankful you make these videos. I'm going on holiday soon and I'm not allowed to read any of my books incase I finish them and have nothing to read while I'm there and these videos entertain me while I'm waiting.😁😁
Michael Jones
Michael Jones 3 aylar önce
Potential followup video: What are the potential health risks over the years, especially as things progress in the world of competitive eating?
Pink Elf
Pink Elf 3 aylar önce
Matpat should do a video whether you should put the cereal in first or the milk in first. That has been a heated discussion for a long time.
DZ@J
DZ@J 3 aylar önce
That challenge of MatPat VS Safiya is so cool! Safiya totally out-maneuvered MatPat by taking the lead via dowsing them ketchup to mitigate against the dryness of the dogs
Classic Tate
Classic Tate 3 aylar önce
Let's be honest we all enjoyed this video by having this: *trvid.com/video/video-ykxs0_TeKZY.html*
Dani Carli
Dani Carli 3 aylar önce
Safiya definitely had an advantage! When she worked at Buzzfeed, she took part in a hot dog eating contest, learning how to consume so many hot dogs. And she won, so really, Matt had ZERO chances against her! Lol
Serena Silvermoon (VT)
Personally, I have never really liked watching any form of competitive eating or watching someone just eat a large quantity of food. It tends to gross me out too much and makes me feel sick.
Matilda Bale
Matilda Bale 3 aylar önce
What about thick water?? It can stay on the bun without being absorbed and it can stay on the bun long enough to lubricate it so it can go down quickly. Am I the only one that thought of this??
Gabriel Kawa
Gabriel Kawa 3 aylar önce
As a Canadian, I'm happy to say we start these contests :)
TheNiiKnight
TheNiiKnight 3 aylar önce
Wouldn’t pineapple juice or something acidic help dissolve the hot dogs faster? Thus requiring less liquid overall to slide it back?
TCA
TCA 3 aylar önce
Two Interesting Facts: In 2018, consumers spent more than $3 billion on hot dogs in U.S. supermarkets, and franks and wieners were the original names for the Americanized hot dogs.
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leaked footage
leaked footage 3 aylar önce
Let's be honest we all enjoyed this video by having this: *trvid.com/video/video-ykxs0_TeKZY.html*
Kelnx
Kelnx 3 aylar önce
"The history of competitive eating dates back to 1870" I think Norse mythology might want to challenge that statement.
thegamerguy
thegamerguy 2 aylar önce
3 questions what if we used ketchup or some other condiment as a lubricant in order to allow you to swallow the hot dogs better, along with that can ketchup be considered a smoothie to allow it to be brought as a drink, and can there be multiple drinks brought with you?
sls12III
sls12III 3 aylar önce
Matt Stonie, the only person that can truly challenge Kirby in an eating contest.
Sha Funez
Sha Funez 2 aylar önce
Hey MatPat! I NEED YOUR HELP :) Everything started when I said “ Chest is a sport” and my friend said that it wasn’t because is not a physical sport. Then I said “is hot dog eating a sport?” and he proceeded to tell me that “is a competition NOT a sport” So what is considered a sport??? Is hot dog eating a sport???? Is chest a sport??? HELP!!
McKenna Nelson
McKenna Nelson 3 aylar önce
Food theory idea: What is the best way(s) for choosing the ultimate watermelon?
Paul Blichmann
Paul Blichmann 3 aylar önce
Bust myths one by one shape, size, greenness, yellowness, field spot, stem condition
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Matt Skora
Matt Skora 3 aylar önce
The beginning of the video: “This guy’s research says the max amount of hot dogs a human could eat in 10 minutes is 73, but the actual amount is much higher than that” Later in the video: “A human could eat 87 hotdogs in 10 minutes if they’re the height of an NBA big man and if they can discover something to help swallow their hotdogs faster without adding any mass to the buns.”
Tyana Bullock
Tyana Bullock 2 aylar önce
Hey mat pat I have a video idea. How much mentos plus soda do you need to consume to cause a pop or projectile vomit it all out? Considering one pack of mentos and a cola cola bottle can make it erupt. And what other effects would it have on the body to have that much sugar in your system all at once?
Sondra Covert
Sondra Covert 3 aylar önce
Hey MatPat, I was wondering what is the difference between Dr Pepper and Coca-Cola. I’m sure you can make a theory about it.
TheCreepypro
TheCreepypro Aylar önce
can't wait to see what the future of competitive eating is going to be like
Tepalus
Tepalus 3 aylar önce
But imagine 2 Food Theorists contesting in the same Hot Dog Eating Challenge... Who wins?
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~ I s a b e l l a ~ 3 aylar önce
Never thought I'd hear Mat call drinks "throat lubricators"
Furry Combat Wombat
Furry Combat Wombat 3 aylar önce
Here is an idea (inspired by the principle that "there is no rule *against* it) Use a strong acid instead of water, with special training to make your body not react a lot with it (likely by over time building up a thicker mucus layer in the esophagus
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