The basic element of Elvis' daily food intake was a 30-cm long bread roll, stuffed with bacon, peanut butter and strawberry jam. Each one had 42,000 calories, and in his final days, he ate two of them per day, together with little midnight snacks of hamburgers and deep-fried white bread.
Elvis was addicted to food, and in the end, it killed him at a tragically young age.
But one thing he could have done, to lose a little weight, was fidget!"
Dr Karl won an IgNobel Prize for his work on belly button lint.