Would You Like To Supersize That Last Supper?

A study published in the International Journal of Obesity found that food portions portrayed in paintings of The Last Supper created between the years 1000 to 2000 became increasingly supersized, with main courses not only increasing in size by a whopping 69%, but going from the bread and wine mentioned in the Gospels to include such dishes as fish, lamb, pork, and eel. The most recent painting analyzed, which was painted last June in Milwaukee,¬†showed portions large enough to pack more calories than Jesus ate in his life and included a Fun Meal with a Pixie Hollow “Turn Water Into Wine” trick.

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