Have you ever wondered how models and celebrities try to achieve physical perfection? The rich and famous have a number of go-to beauty treatments, tips and formulas for looking gorgeous. In fact, several entertainers have turned to everything from vagina steaming to snail facials to stay young.
And we recently heard that Cara Delevingne has her own surefire secret: bacon!
Fashion's "It" girl likes to skip low-fat meals for some hearty cuisine, sharing her love for the food with British Vogue. "Bacon," teased Cara when asked about the product that keeps her looking so fresh-faced at the recent Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. "What do you mean, it's not a beauty product? Wait till my bacon range comes out... And eyebrow gel, obviously."
We hear that the bold-browed beauty was eating the greasy stuff backstage at the huge televised runway event. She even tweeted to her fans about whether a tattoo of the fatty meat was appropriate earlier this year.
But just how does bacon help the catwalker keep her stunning, runway looks intact?
According to Bacon Today, the popular breakfast food has a ton of benefits. Pork has a lot of protein, which is essential for maintaining energy levels and having a fully functioning body. Several university and medical center studies have shown that including bacon as a regular and moderate part of your diet lowers blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
The meat also contains a very important nutrient called Choline, which increases intelligence and memory, as well as fights the debilitating effects of Alzheimer's.
From bacon, we receive 65% of our Recommended Daily Intake of Thiamin (Vitamin B1,) 47% of Niacin (Vitamin B3) and 38% of Vitamin B12. And eating the food, containing less total fat than many popular cuts of beef and chicken, also enhances your mood, according to experts.
Convinced that Cara is on the right track with eating bacon? Think the food brings out one's beauty? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below!
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