Many of us look forward to having our breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day but that’s not the case for Naomi Campbell. The 49-year-old supermodel has revealed that she eats only once a day, and that’s dinner at lunchtime.
“I eat my lunch. Lunch is my dinner because I really only eat once a day,” she said when asked in an interview what her usual routine is for a Sunday.
Despite being strict with her meals, she reserves Sundays for her favorite sweet treats.
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“Sunday is my treat, so I’ll make desserts, my cakes and puddings,” said the British-Jamaican model, who is known for her slender physique.
Naomi also avoids using dairy and gluten in her cooking and had previously stressed that she doesn’t “starve” herself even though there are days she doesn’t feel like eating.
“I eat when I feel like it and I don’t starve myself. If I want to do a day of just not eating, I do it and just do water or juice. Depends how I feel. In the heat, sometimes I just want to do juice. It’s never planned. It could be one day, it could be two days a week. It’s just when I feel like doing it,” she said at the time.
Naomi had also admitted to surviving on only fruits and vegetable juices for ten days ahead of a fashion show in 2013.
The model, who does regular home workouts and spends 30 minutes every single day in the bath with Epsom salts, is a known germophobic.
She recently shared photos of herself boarding a flight from LA International Airport wearing a hazmat suit, a pair of goggles, a face mask and pink latex gloves amid the coronavirus.
Last year, she shared her germ avoiding techniques in a five-minute video on her channel.
“Clean anything that you could possibly touch,” she advised, before wiping her seat, seat belt, tray table, TV screen, remote control and window with anti-bacterial wipes.
“This is what I do on every plane I get on. I do not care what people think of me. It’s my health and it makes me feel better.”
After putting on a sanitary face mask before take-off, Naomi went on to stress that the rigorous routine has helped her to stay healthy during her lengthy modeling career, which has spanned three decades, CNN reported.
“I mean as much as I travel, I should get sick so much more with colds and stuff,” she said.
“I’m blessed that I don’t. I really think that this helps me, my little routine.”