World-renowned model Heidi Klum (50) revealed that she takes care토토사이트 of her body while consuming only 900 kcal a day.
According to the British media ‘Daily Mail’ on the 22nd, Heidi Klum had time to answer questions from her fans through her Instagram story. At this time, she weighed 138 pounds (about 62.5 kg), she revealed. She is 176cm tall as Heidi Klum. Heidi Klum continued, “Eating a low-fat breakfast of three eggs in warm chicken broth is my secret to getting in shape, and I don’t eat more than 900 calories a day.”
Is there any health problem if you consume only 900 kcal a day like Heidi Klum?
metabolism is brokenThe recommended calorie intake per day for adult men is 2500 kcal, and 2000 kcal for women. Consuming too many or too few calories can have adverse effects on your health. For example, metabolism is disrupted. Metabolism is a burning process that burns calories in the body and plays an important role in weight maintenance. In particular, if you restrict your intake of fewer calories, your metabolism will again slow down your calorie consumption to maintain your current weight and conserve fat for future energy. Even if you eat regular meals afterwards, your metabolism has already slowed down, so your body can’t adapt to the extra calories and you gain weight.
Eat five food groupsFor a healthy diet, it is important to eat a balanced diet from the five basic food groups. The five basic food groups are ▲protein, ▲vitamins/minerals, ▲carbohydrates, ▲fat, and calcium. Eat a balanced diet from each food group every day. Protein is found in meat, fish, and eggs, vitamins and minerals in fruits and vegetables, carbohydrates in potatoes and sweet potatoes, fat in oil and nuts, and calcium in milk and dairy products.
effective in combination with exerciseEven if you don’t restrict your intake excessively, you can see the effect of the diet. According to the Korean Society for Obesity, even if you eat less than 500 kcal a day, you can lose about 0.5 kg of weight per week. It is possible to lose weight effectively by combining aerobic exercise and strength training along with diet control. When dieting, it is recommended to lose 2 to 3 kg per month and 10% of body weight in 6 months, not in the short term but in the long term.