O'Brady probably ate about 2,000 calories' worth in one 3 a.m. gorge.
"I was seized by a wave of hunger that made me ravenous and a bit out of control," O'Brady wrote.
To fuel some of his toughest treks, O'Brady has partnered with Wisconsin-based supplement company Standard Process.
Despite consuming a diet of roughly 8,000 calories a day on the bars, O'Brady lost a ton of weight on his Antarctic trip.
O'Brady summited Everest (from the Nepal side) once before, as part of his race to the highest peaks on each of the world's seven continents.
The bars included dried cranberries, coconut oil, and pumpkin seeds, but left out other common ingredients that O'Brady didn't react as well to in the lab, including peanuts and flax seeds.
O'Brady had been skiing across the southern continent for more than a month at that point, toting a 375-pound sled that carried everything he needed to reach the other side of the vast, icy expanse.
They're similar to the fitness and nutrition tests O'Brady went through before his Antarctic slog, and they help determine which foods might promote inflammation in Besaw's body, which could hamper her recovery during training.
"That final, 32 hour, 77-mile push, in the end, I think was attributed certainly to the mindset, where I was able tap into the flow, but also of the testing and the creation of the bars," O'Brady said, adding that the sprint impressed Rudd.
But after 17 days of trudging across the barren landscape — in a silence only broken by the wind — O'Brady finally plugged in to one of the six albums he'd kept on his phone for musical support (Bob Marley and The Grateful Dead were on the device, too).
The book tells the tale of how the two decided several years ago to quit their day jobs and put their stash of $10,000 in savings towards O'Brady becoming a full-time mountain-climbing and pole-darting adventurer with a trail of admirers and corporate sponsorships (currently including Canada Goose, Sleep Number, and the Wisconsin-based supplement and nutrition company, Standard Process).
In addition to his Antarctic feat, O'Brady has now rowed across the fearsome Drake Passage from Antarctica to Chile, shattered the time record for scaling the highest peaks in every US state (in a mind-boggling 21 days), hiked the world's highest mountains on all seven continents in record time (though he's now been beaten by several others), and trekked at both the North and South poles.
"When a new wave of rumbling gurgles rolled through, my gut grabbed my mind entirely, and I tried to fight back by focusing on things outside myself," O'Brady wrote, as his indigestion worsened (eating too much, eating too fast, eating high-fat foods, and eating when you're stressed are all associated with a range of uncomfortable symptoms, including nausea, bloating, heartburn, and, eventually, diarrhea or constipation.)
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