Yesterday this "day on a plate" went massively viral.
In an interview with The Telegraph, Kara Rosen, founder of PlenishCleanse described a typical day:
It begins at 6am with a "hot water and lemon" before a shower, takes in a "handful of nuts" before a run, then includes such delights as "green juice" and "kale salad with pistachios".
Needless to say, the people of Twitter were unimpressed.
And now they've started publishing their own, slightly less healthy, "days on a plate".
Reminder: As long as you eat healthily, it's cool to eat whatever you like.
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