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Competitive eating

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  1. an event wherein participants consume large quantities of food in a short time period, typically 15 minutes or less, and the eater of the most food receives a prize

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  2. Physicians advise that the intake of vast amounts of food over a short period of time should not be attempted without safety measures beyond the training that competitive eaters undergo to prepare for the events

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  3. The type of food varies, although contests are primarily focused on fast foods or desserts

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  4. Items are almost always a single type of food, such as hot dogs, pie, or mayonnaise, among many others

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  5. most popular in the USA and Japan

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