Bradley Cooper's diet could include 11 Crunchwraps and 17 other foods

Jan 23, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. ET
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Bradley Cooper isn't the only drool-worthy thing here, ladies.

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The star revealed to Men's Health that to bulk up for his role as Chris Kyle in American Sniper, he had to (obviously) work out a ton... in addition to eating an insane 6,000 calories per day.

According to the mag, he did it with the help of a trainer and a personal chef by eating five meals every day, along with energy bars and pre- and post-workout protein drinks.

"It was a real shock to my body," he dished. "If it's pizza and cake, that's one thing. Putting 6,000 calories a day in your body gets old quick."

But what if it were all pizza and cake? Under the guidance and supervision of a trainer and a personal chef, we're sure Cooper was eating some seriously healthy stuff. But how much junk food could he down with that 6,000-calorie goal in mind?

We decided to investigate how much Cooper could eat each day if he wanted to hit 6,000 calories while eating only junk food (and a couple healthy things for comparison) on the American Sniper diet.

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11 Crunchwrap Supremes from Taco Bell

11 Big Macs from McDonald's

11 Chocolate milkshakes

16 Medium orders of french fries

17 1/2 Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches

19 Caesar salads with crispy fried chicken

22 Caesar salads with grilled chicken

22 Slices of cheese pizza

23 1/2 California sushi rolls

39 Margaritas

44 1/2 Twinkies

46 1/2 Slices of angel food cake

77 Chocolate chip cookies

133 Oreos

1,000 Celery stalks

1,500 Skittles

6,000 Cups of coffee

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How much of your fave food would it take to hit a 6,000-calorie limit? Add yours in the comments!