He had felt so safe. For many years, Toni Wolf, 60, believed he was eating healthily. In the canteen, he preferred pasta casserole to fries. Freshly squeezed orange juice was served for Sunday breakfast, and he only indulged in ice cream or cake at the weekend. He "only" sweetened his matcha tea with maple syrup or agave syrup. Just no table sugar, he thought. Although he had a few pounds on his ribs at 87 kilos and 1.82 meters, he was not seriously overweight.
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