This incredibly thin – maybe too skinny – beauty queen and competitive eater filmed herself cooking and inhaling a fried breakfast with more than 10,000 calories in less than an hour?
“Where does it all go?” Looking at these photos, my guess it goes into the toilet fairly soon after the video gets shut off.. What do you think?
Nela Zisser, 23, is a New Zealand model who posts competitive eating videos to YouTube. The unlikely professional eater, who is a size six, cooked 20 large eggs, a kilogram of bacon, six sausages, four muffins, mushrooms, all cooked in cream and butter and a bowl of tomato chutney for the meal.
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She wolfs down what appears to be breakfast for six in just 42 minutes and 47 seconds.
According to The Daily Mail, she made so much she unexpectedly needed another plate to fit the breakfast on. Everything is fried in butter and the muffins are topped with blocks of it too, adding up to 400g, plus 250g of mushrooms and 50g of tomato chutney to top off her meal.
She wrote with the video: ‘This was a really fun challenge to do and I loved having a variety rather than eating huge quantities of the same thing for a change.’
Whats the point of this young model eating enough for six grown men in less than an hour? Where does all that food go…seriously? Does the word eating disorder come to mind?
Nela may very well have an abnormally high metabolism, I hope this is true for her. If Nela is suffering from some type of an eating disorder, I’m not saying that she is, but lets be honest there appears to be some purging going on here.
Young girls and women suffer from eating disorders for a variety of reasons. As most of us know self image is very important for females. Sadly women and girls are bombarded with distorted images of what the female body should look like. The paper thin images are plastered on magazines, television and all forms of media fueling the fire for girls and women striving to being too thin
In the United States, 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and purging are jus a few.
Eating disorders are real, complex, and devastating conditions that can have serious consequences for health, productivity, and relationships. They are not a fad, phase or lifestyle choice. Eating disorders are serious, potentially life-threatening conditions that affect a person’s emotional and physical health. People struggling with an eating disorder need to seek professional help. The earlier a person with an eating disorder seeks treatment, the greater the likelihood of physical and emotional recovery.
Lest be realistic about who we are. The human body comes in all healthy shapes and sizes. Some of us find a full figure very attractive while others find a naturally smaller framed body attractive. The gaunt body image may look great for the camera but in reality the naked eye finds it to look sickly and unnatural.
Please reach out and help someone you know understand the facts about eating disorders, it could save their life!