Her day's eats will make you feel both better and worse about yourself.
Yeah but when do you eat meals? (via)
Have a Twix, love pic.twitter.com/fGWoHLcP98— Anita Singh (@anitathetweeter) January 13, 2015
Rosen's someone for whom an "almond-milk cappuccino" is a weekend treat, and rice cakes count as "something carby." Her ridiculously ambitious schedule starts at 6am with "hot water and lemon" and ends at 9pm with "ginger tea with a squeeze of lemon." Even the Telegraph's nutritionist seems to think Rosen needs more fuel.
Is she binge eating brownies between 9pm and 6am?
I feel lighter just reading about how little food she actually ingests, but oddly also started craving macaroni and cheese. With a squeeze of lemon, obvi.
Singh's sentiment that Rosen needs to eat a Twix resonated with people, and soon they were sharing their own "days on plates":
My Day on a Plate. pic.twitter.com/D7YFR86wvN— JamieDMJ (@JamieDMJ) January 14, 2015
I know that you must be wondering what my "Day on a plate" looks like: pic.twitter.com/Df4cmf0Lfo— Gaz Weetman (@GazWeetman) January 14, 2015
Cool, they finally printed my day on a plate. pic.twitter.com/d2fFuLnfUt— Steve Hogarty (@misterbrilliant) January 14, 2015
My day on a plate: 5am - Wake up & check emails 6am - 10K run 7am - Yoga and a green smoothie 9am - KFC double 10am - Cup of ghee 11am - Bed— Adam Liaw (@adamliaw) January 14, 2015